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Monday, October 22, 2012

Charlotte's Web Sensory Bin

My son's kindergarten's class is reading Charlotte's Web by E.B White as part of an integrated farm unit this month.  I couldn't resist making this fun sensory bin for one of the centers.  


I used deer corn as the base.  It was inexpensive.  I only needed 1/2 of a bag.  I gave the other half to another kindergarten class.



I was able to find a little doll from the Dollar Tree to represent Fern and this great Wilbur pig there, as well. 



Charlotte and Templeton were both found at Wal-mart. 



At Michaels, I found these great wooden boxes with lids to use as scoops. 


In the book, Charlotte's Web, Charlotte writes special words in her web.  I wrote all of the sight words that the class had covered this quarter on to laminated webs and added those to the box.


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5 comments:

Momand Kiddo

Oooh, I think I might just be too creeped out by the spiders! I'm a cliche, I know!

Miss Courtney

Absolutely brilliant! I love the sight words on the spider webs.

Amy

It would freak me out to have a spider hiding among the deer corn, but my four-year-old would LOVE it. He is obsessed with spiders. We read Charlotte's Web earlier this year, and Charlotte was his favorite character.

Bethany @ No Twiddle Twaddle

Cute! What a fun idea to celebrate Charlotte's Web. We have started Charlotte's Web a number of times with our preschooler but never gotten very far. I bet he would like a sensory bin though!

Jackie@My Little Bookcase

What a wonderful sensory tub for such a much-loved classic. This would be particularly great for children who are just being introduced to 'chapter books'.

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