By U READY, TEDDY?
Use baking soda on its own or add a few drops of water for a more crumbly texture.
Bring real snow inside or blend ice cubes in the blender for a chilly sensory experience.
Powdered sugar with a few sifters + scoops makes for a fun + tasty (albeit messy) sensory bin.
Use table salt for an inexpensive faux snow with an engaging sensory feel.
Mix equal parts lotion + cornstarch to make this crumbly snow-dough or use white Play-doh for a filler that is fun to build with or stick things into .
For a fun store bought snow option try a bucket of floof.
Uncooked white rice is a great taste-safe sensory bin filler. It is perfect for pouring + scooping.
Epsom salt mixed with houses, trees or train sets make the perfect snowy village for small world play.
A taste-safe sensory snow can be made with mini marshmallows. Pair with figures for small world play or toothpicks for building.
Roll a dice to create fun snow man drawings using this free printable.
Salt + packing peanuts make great snowy fillers for an arctic sensory bin. Pair with winter animals + figures.
Fluffy cotton balls are fun to pull apart in a snowy sensory bin.
White or glitter pom poms are a fun "snow" filter to use on their own or paired with another filler. Pom poms are perfect for fine motor practice or posting.
Kids will love adding water to instant snow powder to watch it expand into indoor play snow.
Shaving cream is a slushy snowy base for use on its own, with figures or on top of ice.
White gravel or white aquarium rocks are fun for snowy construction play or for building small world landscapes.