We’ll be headed into the fall season soon so it’s nice to have some fall sensory preschool activities prepared for your kids so you can plan now and have them ready when you need them.
I love the fall colors and bringing more red, orange and yellows into your learning environment reminds me that Christmas will be around the corner soon, our favorite holiday.
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Fall Sensory Preschool Activities
Create an amazing sensory experience while exploring your creative side with this fun fall art project.
This wet sensory bin involves liquids like vinegar, liquid watercolors, and shaving cream – combined with solid fall objects like small artificial leaves and acorns.
Filled with large acorns as a base, this fall sensory bin explores many of the outdoor symbols of fall, such as cinnamon sticks, and focuses on adding fine motor skills through pouring and exploring.
Gourds, rice and miniature pumpkins and scarecrows are so much fun for sensory play.
Inspired by a harvest, this fall sensory bin has a jumbled mix of all things fall.
This sensory project involves gluing real, crunchy leaves onto a paper “tree.” It is a fun way to appreciate nature, while practicing fine motor skills.
Filled with pasta, crunchy leaves, prickly pinecones and more, this fall sensory bin is filled with a mix of different fall textures and patterns.
Explore different colors in this bright sensory bin. You can also explore fine motor and sensory skills.
Apples are a classic fall treat. This sensory bin includes smell, hearing, and touch – all with an apple pie theme.
More Fall Sensory Preschool Activities
Grab some little pumpkins and black beans for a mini “pumpkin patch” sensory bin, that is perfect for fall!
With a wood chip and acorn base, create this squirrel sensory bin, that’s inspired by a squirrel’s natural wooded habitat.
For farmers, fall means harvest time, after the crops have been growing all summer. The thin corn is relaxing, and feels like you’re running your hands through sand!
Similar to a homemade soap recipe, use this “clean mud” recipe for the base of a fall themed sensory table.
Slime has a unique texture, making it perfect for any sensory bin. Create your own slime with some simple household ingredients!
If you have a bunch of spare buttons, use them in this autumn tree themed fall button craft. Thread buttons into pipe cleaners for this sensory bin that uses fine motor skills.
Inspired by the book Acorns Everywhere, this sensory bin is filled with tiny acorns, and small paper squirrels, who are searching for their acorns! You can “hide” the acorns in filler content, and watch as your preschool finds the acorns!