The Hot Chocolate Sensory Bin is a winter wonder for young learners, offering a delightful mix of scents and textures to engage their senses.
Tailored for fine motor skill development and imaginative play, this bin goes beyond touch—it’s an adventure, too! Picture your child exploring a confined space filled with the inviting aroma of hot chocolate.
As winter sets in, this easy-to-create, winter-themed delight captivates young minds, turning playtime into an imaginative journey.
Sensory play is crucial for young learners, fostering math skills, language development, and providing a calming, enjoyable experience. Dive into winter magic with a hot chocolate sensory bin!
Sensory Bin Downloads:
Sensory Bin Variations:
- Use materials children can eat (like chocolate cereal, marshmallows, and candy canes).
- Have children keep a journal of new recipes they create.
- My Mommy Medicine by Edwidge Danticat
- Lucky Pennies and Hot Chocolate by Carol Diggory Shields
- The Sweet Story of Hot Chocolate by Stephen Krensky
- Chocolate: A Sweet History by Sandra Markle
- No Monkeys, No Chocolate by Melissa Stewart and Allen Young
- Design your ownhot chocolate cabin for the winter
- Watch Let’s Go Luna! Video: Choco’s Chocolate Shop
- Learn about Mexican Hot Chocolate and the Cocoa Bean with Let’s Go Luna!
- PBS Learns Opposites Interactive Activity Chocolate/Vanilla
- Ruff Ruffman Chocolate Mugcake
- Make hot chocolate as a family