It’s time for some spooky play with a Halloween Sensory Bin! With just a couple of supplies, you can create a fun play station that feels like slimy brains and eye balls. My kiddo loved how creepy it was.
Halloween Sensory Bin Supplies:
Here’s what you need to make this Halloween Sensory Bin:
- Spaghetti Noodles
- Black and Orange Food Coloring
- Jumbo Water Beads
- Medium tub
Video: Halloween Sensory:
Add the water beads to a bowl of water, according to package directions. Let them sit so that they will expand and grow. These beads are so fun because they are super-slimy!
But remember — they can be a choking hazard, so make sure to supervise your children during this fun sensory play, especially if you have little ones that like to explore with their mouths!
Prepare the spaghetti noodles, then die the pasta using the food coloring. Add the noodles and the water beads to your tub, and let your kids explore!
If your kid will let you, you could even put a blindfold on them and let them feel the sensory bin with just their sense of touch. I bet it will especially feel like brains and eyeballs then!
This would also be a really fun project for a Halloween party. Just add it to the other Halloween games for kids that you’ll be playing.
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- Halloween bowling is another awesome party game!