Put together a spooky Halloween Sensory Bin for hours of exploratory play!
We’ve been exploring all kinds of ghostly goodies in our Halloween Sensory Bin. This bin was very easy to put together, using items that I had tucked away from last year’s bin, as well as a few new odds and ends from the dollar store.
Suggestions for your Halloween Sensory Bin:
Black and orange lentils, plastic fingers, holiday erasers, beads and jewels, Halloween rings,a couple of battery operated candles and a few spoons, jars and muffin tins for “cooking up” some spooky fun…
Scooping, pouring, tweezing, sifting, transferring, matching, sorting, counting, just to name a few.
The sight, feel and sound of the materials as your child plays in a sensory bin stimulate the senses, and add a delightful element of fun.