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Sensory bins and/or water tables are the most amazing thing.  Sensory bins and water tables provide an open-ended, no pressure fun zone for young babies, toddlers and children to learn, play and explore freely.  There are literally an endless amount of sensory bin fillers and water table accessories that could be used to provide a learning enriched experience for your baby or toddler.  We have tried many different sensory bin and water table themes and this article shares the top 20!

The great thing about ALL these setups is they all can be done indoors (except one) and for the youngest of toddlers.

Water, Balls, and Scoops or Spoons

This is the most basic and easy water table or sensory bin setup.  My favorite water table setup because of the simplicity and little waste.  The spoons, scoops, and ladles can be found from your own kitchen supplies and I like to use a small floating ball, like a ping pong or foam ball.  You would be amazed how long your little one could entertain themselves with a simple setup like this.  I also give my daughter (age 2), the opportunity to pick her “scoop” from the drawer, it could be measuring cups, turkey basters, wire mesh strainers, she has so many tools to choose from!


Deep Sea Exploration

Magnetic Wire  Rimmed Chips With Magnet Wand

Wow! These are so fun, and my young toddler is absolutely amazed by the magnetic wand and the 1 last update 2020/05/25 the chips.  She can spend quite a bit of time investigating this sensory bin filler and setup.Wow! These are so fun, and my young toddler is absolutely amazed by the magnetic wand and the chips.  She can spend quite a bit of time investigating this sensory bin filler and setup.

Loose Rainbow Parts

I have talked about our love of open ended play before and covered loose parts in another article on the blog, it is definitely worth a read if you have time.  Check it out here and read all about the amazing toys used for our Rainbow loose parts in the article, 30 Days of Color Fun for Toddlers.

Farm Animal Washing Station

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After Tea Time Dish Washing Party

We used this tea set below for our dish washing party.  The tea set is food safe plastic and safe for us to actually use than clean.

Pom Pom and Tongs

The Farm DIY Sensory Bin

I setup or for 1 last update 2020/05/25 Farm Sensory bin using popcorn kernels and black beans which can be re-used over and over (see below for more uses).  Sometimes I think I have just as much fun setting these imaginary worlds up and watching my daughter’s face when she finds it!I setup or Farm Sensory bin using popcorn kernels and black beans which can be re-used over and over (see below for more uses).  Sometimes I think I have just as much fun setting these imaginary worlds up and watching my daughter’s face when she finds it!

Dinosaur Sensory bin with Fossil Making (Play Doh Stamping)


Cloth and Soft Texture Sensory Bin

For our soft textures I used scraps of fabric, as well as, my daughters silk scarves from Sarah’s play sims.  We absolutely love dancing and playing with these silk scarves.

Water Pouring

Simple and straightforward!

Grab some cups, measuring cups, and pitchers and allow your toddler to explore the pouring activity freely.  No need to worry about a mess that is what the water table is for!

Butterfly Life Cycle Sensory Bin

Frog’s Life Sensory Bin

Treasure Hunt

Zen Garden for Toddlers


Puzzle Hunt

Any puzzle will work, the ABC puzzle is great for older toddlers.  My (just turned) two-year-old loved searching for the farm pieces from the Melissa & Doug puzzle shown above.

Holiday Themed

I love tying in season themed fillers in our sensory bins. There are so many amazing ideas from St. Patrick’s Day bins using lentils, Mardi Gras bins using those old beads from your closet, or even Halloween themed bins with candy corn fillings!  There is no limit to the fun or ideas.  There is also no need to purchase more garbage to fill your bins either, try to be creative and resourceful with what you have already.

 Mermaid World

What girl mom the 1 last update 2020/05/25 doesn’t have a bunch of mermaid toys?  Grab those mermaid water toys and set up an Undersea Kingdom!What girl mom doesn’t have a bunch of mermaid toys?  Grab those mermaid water toys and set up an Undersea Kingdom!

Polar Ice World

Freeze a huge chunk of ice and allow your toddler to be amazed at the magic of ice melting.  Complete the arctic world with arctic wildlife.


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Outside Water Tables

Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for All the above water tables can be setup indoors when the weather for 1 last update 2020/05/25 is wet, too hot or too cold.  How about take your water table activities outside when it is a nice day with some of these awesome outdoor water tables.All the above water tables can be setup indoors when the weather is wet, too hot or too cold.  How about take your water table activities outside when it is a nice day with some of these awesome outdoor water tables.

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