Baby Bins: Purple Theme

This week we had so much fun with all things PURPLE for our baby bin theme.
Tons of color themed activities and ideas. Weekly plan includes themed book, sensory bin, art activities, and more! These Baby Bin plans are perfect for learning with little ones between 12-24 months old.
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Here is a look at what we have planned for our first 6 color themed baby bins:
Tons of color themed activities and ideas. Weekly plan includes themed book, sensory bin, art activities, and more! These Baby Bin plans are perfect for learning with little ones between 12-24 months old.
Here are the details for each of our activities:
Harold and the Purple Crayon is our favorite purple themed read aloud. These Baby Bin plans are perfect for learning with little ones between 12-24 months old.
Purple Read Aloud:
Harold and the Purple Crayon by Crockett Johnson is such a classic and made the perfect purple themed story to kick off our week.  Harold is an imaginative little boy who uses his purple crayon to draw himself an entire adventure from beginning to end.
This purple themed sensory bin is great for learning colors and is completely baby safe. These Baby Bin plans are perfect for learning with little ones between 12-24 months old.
Purple Sensory Bin:
Play Food (cupcakes, grapes, jelly, etc.)
Oval Puzzle Card

Play ideas for this bin:
1. Find the cars and drive them.
2. Put together a purple oval puzzle 
3. Find the purple animals.
4. Find all of the food, and feed it to mommy. 
5. Play purple dress up.
6. Build a house for the hippo. 
This purple coloring tray is great for a purple theme and is completely baby safe. These Baby Bin plans are perfect for learning with little ones between 12-24 months old.
Purple Coloring Tray:
Inspired by our friend Harold, I gathered all of the purple coloring tools I could find.  Then I printed a page for Aubrey to color stamp and explore.
This purple paint in a bag is great for learning about mixing colors and is a completely baby safe way to paint with any paint you have on hand. Baby Bins are perfect for learning with little ones between 12-24 months old.
 Purple Paint in a Bag:
For this baby safe painting activity, I drew grapes on a ziplock bag. Next, I added a few squirts of pink and blue paint. Then, I sealed it up and taped it shut for some fun no mess and no stress color mixing and painting.
This purple frosting dough is SUPER easy to make, smells amazing and is completely baby safe. These Baby Bin plans are perfect for learning with little ones between 12-24 months old.
 Purple Frosting Play Dough:
For this activity, I made a batch of my favorite easy, taste safe, play dough. Then I gave Aubrey a tray with the purple frosting play dough, cookie cutters,and rollers. She used the cutters and rollers to play, stamp, squish and explore.

Frosting Playdough Recipe:
In a stand mixer, mix 1 cup purple funfetti frosting and 3 cups of powdered sugar. 
That’s it! If it’s too sticky add more powdered sugar. 
Too dry? Add more frosting. Sooooo easy and a great texture.

This red color collage is great for learning the color red and it is a completely baby safe craft. Plus there's no glue required so no sticky mess or glue eating to clean up! Baby Bins are perfect for learning with little ones between 12-24 months old.
Purple Color Collage:
At the end of each color week we are making a color collage that I will put together in a book for Aubrey to flip through.

To make the purple book page, I first cut out a large rectangle from the center of 2 pieces of purple cardstock. Then I cut two pieces of contact paper that were slightly bigger than the purple rectangles.

  I took the backing off of one piece of contact paper and stuck one rectangle on it.  Then I gave Aubrey a tray full of purple pictures, stickers, sequins, and feathers to create a purple collage.

After she was finished, I glued the second purple rectangle on top of the first and pressed the remaining piece of contact paper over the top to seal the collage inside. Next, I trimmed the excess contact paper around the rectangle.  I hole punched the top corner and added it to a small metal ring with our red, orange, yellow, green, and blue collage pages to form a unique color flip book.

If you are looking for all of the plans and printables for this week's theme I will be posting them soon! If you'd like to be notified as soon as they are available please subscribe to my newsletter (in the sidebar to the right) and/or join our Tot School and Preschool Facebook group here:

Check out all of our Baby Bin themes here:
September:

October:

November:

Tons of color themed activities and ideas. Weekly plan includes themed book, sensory bin, art activities, and more! These Baby Bin plans are perfect for learning with little ones between 12-24 months old.

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