Sensory bins

Sensory Bins

Sensory activities are amazing for so many reasons! They are a quick and easy way for children to learn, develop and explore.

When a child is investigating and exploring a sensory bin, they are:

  • Working on independent play skills
  • Math skills (capacity)
  • Imaginary play / dramatic play
  • Life skills (pouring, scooping, transferring)
  • Fine motor skills
  • Tactile learning
  • Developing self-control

It’s time to start your sensory bin journey...


Sensory bins don’t have to be messy.

Sensory bins don’t have to cost an arm and a leg to set up.

Sensory bins don’t need to be anything fancy.

It’s all about providing your child with a bin that sparks their imagination and captures their attention. Have fun with it!

Click on the link below which will take you to the 'Busy Toddler' web page which suggests lots of sensory bin ideas that you can create at home... 

Diary Dates

Ofsted Outstanding Provider
Warrington Inclusion Hub: Committed to Inclusion: 2018-19
Leading Parent Partnership Award: 2023-26
Leading Parent Partnership Award: 2023-26