Sensory Bin: Fall Object Function


Target object function and fall vocabulary with this fun activity! This product was made as a sensory bin activity but can also be used as flash cards with any game.

Number of pages: 16


Object functions cards activity – target fall themed vocabulary too! This product was designed as a sensory bin activity but can also be used as cards with any game.

Includes (in color and black & white)
18 turkeys to expressively tell object function
12 cards to receptively identify object function

Cut closely around the turkeys and cards, and then laminate if desired for durability.
Hide the cards and turkeys in the sensory bin – I like to place the turkey’s bodies visible.
Have the child select a turkey and ask them: “What is ____ for?” or have them find a receptive card hiding in the sensory bin and answer the question.
The receptive cards are great for non-verbal kids or those first being introduced to object function.

What are sensory bins?
Sensory bins are a tactile experience in a container usually filled with beans, rice, noodles, beads, corn or sand. In addition to putting in the turkeys, you may put in any toys in which you can discuss the object function of (e.g. mini toy shovel, glasses) or toys that are a motivator. For example, pick a turkey & state the object function, then find a dinosaur hiding in the rice!


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