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Sensory Christmas Bin for 2014

This is our first sensory Christmas bin for the end of 2014,it is crazy how fast this year went. In this bin I made sure to add things of different texture and sizes. So as my kids played I could ask questions like~
What item is the smallest in the bin?
What is the biggest item in the bin?
What are some red objects?
What are some round objects?

Some things in this bin are~
fake flowers 
pom poms
fake tree
Christmas balls
fake snow
snow globe and more~

Children learn best and retain the most information when they engage their senses. So get to crafting!~
Thank you for reading~

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