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Alphabet Sensory Bin | Chicka Chicka Boom Boom

Alphabet Sensory Bin | Chicka Chicka Boom Boom

One of our favorite ways to play with and learn about letters is with a fun sensory bin. We made Chicka Chicka Boom Boom (one of our favorites) inspired bin!

alphabet sensory bin

We encouraged Coco to dig and find letters to match to the alphabet on the other side of the table.


  • Sensory Table (using our Flisat Table from Ikea)
  • Poster Board and Markers to Draw the ABC’s
  • Velcro Strips for letters to stick to
  • Bin Filler (we used black bean and lentils)
  • Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Tree
alphabet sensory bin

We used a poster board to draw the letters and placed strips of velcro under each row of letters so that the letters would stick. We add spoons and bowls to extend play once our kiddo finished, or if they lost interest!

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