Christmas Sensory BinOur Christmas trees construction site bin was all about building trees from supplies of different shapes and sizes. It turned out as fun discovering of different ways of building a Christmas tree and creative approaches to stacking and decorating.
Christmas Trees Construction SiteFor the base, we used a mix of rice (white and colored), shredded tinsel, confetti, jingle bells.
It was fun to play! Kids love filling bottles and cups with the amazing colors. They made "relaxation bottles" without knowing any fancy terms for this. I can't find the exact match for the confetti we used, but here are a couple of options. Amazon affiliate links:
Polkadots Confetti: Beistle CN122 Party Polkadots Confetti, 1/2-Ounce
Flower Garden Confetti: Beistle CN139 Flower Garden Confetti
New Year's Party Confetti: Beistle CN177 1-Pack Decorative New Year's Party Confetti
Different ways to build a tree:
- Stacking cups, blocks, or just the plastic cups from the kitchen.
- Pegs with the peg boards with shatterproof mini Christmas ball ornaments.
- The spoon stuck in rice and decorated with stickers.
- A "sensory bottle" filled with confetti and tinsel.
- Stacking leads from jars and tubes.
- Stacking up baby food cups filled with brightly colored supplies. Smash down your tree to hear the fun sounds!
Pegs and peg boards:
Our pegs and peg board sets and Gingerbread house bags are from Oriental Trading. Here are a couple of options for pegs and peg board sets from Amazon:
Lauri Tall-Stacker Pegs & Pegboard Set: Lauri Tall-Stacker Pegs & Pegboard Set
Stack It Peg Game With Board Occupational Therapy Autism Fine Motor Skills: Stack It Peg Game With Board Occupational Therapy Autism Fine Motor Skills
Learning Resources Stacking Shapes Peg Board: Learning Resources Stacking Shapes Peg Board
It was an amazing Christmas Trees Construction Site!
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