Are you looking for non-food sensory table filler ideas? In a past article, I listed many ideas for sensory table fillers, but many teachers prefer to not add food to the sensory bin. Now, here is a list of non-food ideas for your sensory bin or table.
Food items such as rice, pasta, and beans can provide an inexpensive and wonderful sensory experience kids, but some teachers prefer to leave food out of the sensory bin. Don’t worry….. if you or your school prefer to use non-food fillers in the sensory table there are MANY materials that you can use.
There are affiliate links at the end of this post. Remember to use caution when selecting sensory table materials for your kids. Some of these materials may not be appropriate for kids under 3 without close supervision
Lots and Lots of Ideas for your Sensory Table!
Below are 80 ideas for fillers, plus I included ideas for mix-ins and tools. Mix and match the columns or add a few of your favorite materials and the combinations can be endless. If you would like a printable copy of the list below, click on the link below:
Printable Non-Food Sensory Table Filler List
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Do you have a favorite non-food sensory table filler? Please share it in the comments below to help out the community.
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