If you aren’t sure where to start making sensory bins for your speech therapy groups, you need the Ultimate Sensory Bin Guide (it’s free!)
Inside the free sensory bin guide, you will have links to the best bins, fillers, and materials to make engaging sensory bins for speech therapy.
Plus, you won’t have to hunt around on Pinterest for sensory bin ideas because they are all listed in the guide. And you also get a visual support for helping your students learn how to use a sensory bin (like don’t put the items in your mouth kinda visuals, lol.)
Part of the free sensory bin guide comes with printables you can use with your bins!
With this handy speech therapy sensory bin resource at your fingertips, you will save time and stress.
My Top Favorite Sensory Bin Materials
If you are just getting started with making sensory bins, you want a sturdy bin that has latches to prevent spills from happening when you travel. The sterilite 15 quart bin is my fave!
I LOVE cut-up jumbo straws (affiliate link) for a bin because they are easy to clean and go well with many different bins. One of my favorite ways to use jumbo straws is with my ‘I Spy’ sensory bin, which you can check out here.
If you need regular sensory bin inspiration, follow me @thedabblingspeechie, where I share bins often. You can check out my highlights to see seasonal bins you can make for your students.