sensory: Dinosaur Dig Sensory Bin

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My love for sensory bins is bringing you more ♥ today!

What we have here is an archeological dig site for dinosaurs…or simply a dinosaur dig sensory bin ;)

To make one for your little ones, be sure to include some of these tools.

More specifically, here’s the lowdown on what I used to make this super cool dinosaur dig sensory bin for little Miss V:





  1. assorted dry beans: I used black-eyed peas, large lima beans, split peas, & pinto beans (these are the rocks)
  2. brown glass beads (more rocks – different texture)
  3. plastic dinosaurs
  4. popsicle sticks (digger & excavator)
  5. rake (digger & excavator)
  6. plastic soap holder (sorter)
  7. egg carton (sorter)
  8. sifter
  9. measuring cup (sorter & measurer)
  10. cardboard plant pot (sorter)
  11. plastic container (specimen jar)

and voilà – it’s a Dinosaur Dig Sensory Bin! :)

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Comments

  1. This is really great! I will be putting together a bin like this for my kiddos next week! Thanks for the ideas :)

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