Pirate Sensory Bin
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This sensory bin is usually only available as part of the monthly subscription. Learn more about that here! And take advantage of this unique opportunity to buy this bin individually!
Ahoy there matey! This Pirate-themed sensory bin is sure to keep your child digging for treasure for hours! The cornmeal base feels so much like a sandy beach, and the box includes gems, coins, jewels, a treasure chest, and so much more! Bury the treasure in one corner of the "sandy beach" and then mark your spot with one of the included seashell. Level up the play by creating your own treasure hunt to accompany the sensory bin too! The shovel and handy scoopers are great for developing fine motor control and hand eye coordination in young children too.
Sensory bins are a great way to keep your child engaged and learning for hours on end! Each Messy Play Sensory Bin is reusable and contains themed materials and props to allow for endless creativity and dramatic play, as well as fine motor development, cognition skills, and much more. The best way to explore all the various themes is through a monthly subscription.
This Pirate Sensory Bin includes 39 oz cornmeal rice, themed toys and props, and 2 fine motor tools. Your child will LOVE digging through the cornmeal to find all the treasure, and you could even make your own treasure map to go along with it!
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For ages 3+ due to choking hazards. Exact contents may differ from above photo. Plastic bin not included.
I bought a messy play kits and a sensory bin for my friend's active 3 year old who broke his leg. They were struggling to keep him entertained while he couldn't move around. He LOVED exploring the kits. His favorite activities were hatching the dinosaurs eggs, digging for treasure and planting flowers in the garden bin. I would highly recommend Robin's products for any active kids on your shopping list!
Although recommended age is 3+ I gifted this to my nephew who just turned 1. I love that he can use certain pieces now and it can grow with him too. Every child should have sensory play!
My four year has spent hours scooping up treasures, hiding jewels, and drawing pictures in the “sand” of this sensory bin. When I need some uninterrupted work time, this keeps him occupied (and the combination of pirate sensory bin + engaging kids podcast on headphones = my work from home/daycare cancelled saving grace!)