Top 7 Halloween Sensory Activity Ideas for Kids

//Top 7 Halloween Sensory Activity Ideas for Kids

Top 7 Halloween Sensory Activity Ideas for Kids

With Halloween just around the corner it’s time to start thinking how you will celebrate all things spooky! From homemade sensory slime to eye-catching spooky tea light holders we’ve handpicked our seven favourite and most creative ideas you can make together with your family, friends or school group.

1. Quick and Easy Sensory Slime! 

http://littlebinsforlittlehands.com/quick-easy-slime-halloween-sensory-play/

Make this awesome looking slime using only washable glue, liquid starch and water. You can also add your own Halloween items for added effect. Kids (and adults) will love the sensation of feeling this spooky slime through their hands.


2. Halloween Sensory Bin

http://www.kiwicrate.com/projects/Halloween-Sensory-Bin/683


This is a great way to not only get your kids senses going but also teach them about colours and objects at the same time. 

3. Jack-O-Lantern Squish Bag 

http://www.fantasticfunandlearning.com/jack-o-lantern-squish-bag-for-babies-and-toddlers.html


Ideal for babies and toddlers these easy to make sensory bags provide great interaction for the young ones. You can fill these with all sorts of textures to get kids playing with them. 

4. Glitter Pumpkins

http://www.funathomewithkids.com/2014/10/easy-halloween-activities-for-kids.html


Glitter Pumpkins? 

Yes Glitter Pumpkins!

This is a fabulous way to for kids to easily create a sensation for the eyes whilst getting their hands stuck in and making them. 


5. Monster Stew

http://plainvanillamom.com/2013/10/monster-stew-a-halloween-sensory-bin-for-baby.html#attachment%20wp-att-2568/0/

Combine the sensory relaxation of a bath and a Halloween fun filled adventure for little ones with this great idea for a monster stew!

 6. Halloween Tea light holders 

  http://plainvanillamom.com/2013/10/halloween-tea-light-holders.html

Another glitter based activity! using glitter paint to create these great looking tea light holders, make anything from ghosts, monsters and zombies there’s no limit to what you can create with these let you and your kids imaginations run wild.


7. Halloween Discovery Bottles

http://www.funathomewithkids.com/2014/09/halloween-sensory-for-babies-discovery.html

These a spooky treat for the eyes and really easy to make. They also remind us of our very own bubble tubes. (although ours are a little less spooky!) 

We hope these ideas have inspired you to create your own sensory Halloween items. Happy Halloween!

 


2017-01-12T08:43:38+00:00 |DIY Sensory|