Spring Math and Literacy Sensory Bins for Little Learners

Some of my favorite resources to use in our homeschool Preschool time are Math and Literacy sensory bins! They are such an amazing way to combine fine motor practice and academic skills. Using sensory bins is also a great method for keeping little ones SUPER engaged with their activity!

We LOVE switching up our learning materials for different seasons and holidays. So of course we HAD to bust out our Spring-themed sensory bins to celebrate all of our beautiful weather! Check out the activities below!

Numbers and Counting

This set includes tons of ways to practice early Math skills! Your little ones will practice building numbers, counting, matching, identifying number words, building 10 Frames, and number order!

Shapes and Colors

Sensory bin manipulatives offer TONS of ways to practice shapes and colors! Kiddos will build shapes, match shapes, identify shape words, sort and identify colors!


Are you practicing letters with your littles? We’ve got your covered! This set includes activities for building letters, and matching upper and lowercase letters. Students will also practice organizing letters in alphabetical order!

Beginning Sounds, Rhyming, and Spelling

Once your little ones are confident with their letters, they’ll be ready to move on to higher Preschooler skills! They’ll practice beginning sounds, rhyming pictures, and early CVC word building!

Now are you as obsessed with sensory bin fun as we are?? Let’s get started with the fun! Click the button below to learn about our favorite Spring sensory bin fillers, then head over to grab your Spring Math and Literacy Sensory Bins!

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