Sensory Bin: Seasonal Object Function Bundle

(2 customer reviews)


Target object function and seasonal 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: 72


Object function speech therapy cards activity. Looking for an object function card activity? This makes it easy to work on vocabulary and makes an engaging speech therapy activity to use year-round!

These cards make it easy and engaging to work on expressively identifying object functions and receptively identifying object functions.

Have more than just vocabulary word pictures, plus specific goal targets to use with a sensory bin!

This product was designed as a sensory bin activity but can also be used as cards with any game.

Keep things easy and simple by throwing in the appropriate cards with the changing seasons. Kids love to participate and stay engaged by being able to touch and manipulate the cards within the sensory bin!


View or purchase separately. If you buy the bundle, do not purchase individual sets – they are all included.


  • 72 cards to expressively tell object function
  • 48 cards to receptively identify object function

Fall Object Function
Winter Object Function
Spring Object Function
Summer Object Function

Cut closely around the cards, and then laminate if desired for durability. Hide them in the sensory bin.
Have the child select a character 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.

Use the black and white versions as an ink-saving option or have your students color them!

What are sensory bins?
Sensory bins are a tactile experience in containers usually filled with beans, rice, noodles, beads, corn, or sand. In addition to putting in the cards, 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!



⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐“I love sensory bin manipulatives – they make it easy to target object function with themed activities.”

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐“These cards take my Sensory Bins to the next level. It’s great that they are divided into the four seasons. Loads to do with them. It’s important that an Adult joins in the fun so the child can get the most of them. The graphics are fun and inviting. So many aspects of language are targeted. Many thanks!”

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐“I absolutely LOVE this resource. I especially found it helpful for a few of my students who needed more interactive activities. I loved hiding this cards in sensory bins filled with beans, it always kept my kids engaged!”


This is a digital product that will be available for download upon purchase. Due to the nature of this product, there are no returns.

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2 reviews for Sensory Bin: Seasonal Object Function Bundle

  1. Julie M.

    I love this seasonal resource because you can use it all year long. It comes with object function questions in task box size cards with multiple choice options and adorable pieces to hide in sensory bins or around the room. My clients love these cute images and we get so much practice in each session!

  2. Ashley Howard

    This product has been amazing! I have been using it with my kindergarten speech and language students and they love it! The materials can be used in many ways and with different grade levels. It has saved me a lot of time and prep. I would recommend this bundle for any speech therapists in need of a interactive and fun language lesson.

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