Every kindergarten classroom needs a sensory bin. And in that bin, you need themed activities for your students that engage as well as give them practice with multiple academic skills. Here is the Gingerbread Sensory Bin Task Cards For Little Learners that are perfect for this time of year.

By now, you probably know that I love sensory bins/tables for the classroom. Sensory bins have a multi-sensory approach to academic skill learning and practice. Not only will your little learners love this gingerbread themed hands-on activity, but they will be learning and practicing with purpose and fun.

This Gingerbread Sensory Search is a perfect compliment to your other gingerbread activities for the month of December. This activity is not just merely 36 gingerbread card templates and 6 different styled recording sheets, but is completely editable for the skills your students are learning. Add any math or literacy skill of your choice, along with phonics and writing for a multi-skill approach to this engaging sensory table activity.

@kindergarten_chaos

Let’s make a Gingerbread themed sensory bin!🤎 Use items you have from your classroom or buy inexpensive fillers from DollarTree!➡️I love these editable gingerbread themes task cards!🤎You could add letters, numbers, sight words, addition, subtraction or any skill you wish! These resource also includes optional recording sheets!🙋🏻‍♀️Who wants to check this out? P.S. my husband made this DIY sensory bin and I have the free printable directions available! #kindergartenchaos #kindergarten #gingerbread #sensorybinideas #handsonlearning

♬ Carol Of The Bells – Lindsey Stirling

Items Needed

Sensory Bin/Table (Check out “DIY Sensory Table Bin” for How-To.)

Decorative paper shreds (from Dollar Tree)

Bells or Gift Bows

Plastic Gingerbread Girls and Boys

Foam Gingerbread People

Editable Gingerbread Task Cards

Just download this Gingerbread Sensory Bin Task Cards For Little Learners for your Pre-K, K or 1st grade classroom sensory bins.

Voila!!! An intentional, fun, engaging and purposeful sensory bin activity your little learners will love!!


Need help, ideas, and suggestions regarding SENSORY TABLES? Check out these post for more information. “Sensory Table & Bin Ideas for Kindergarten“, “DIY Sensory Table Bin“, and “Creating a Purposeful Sensory Table Station“.


You can also find this activity on TPT.


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