Do you, or have you used sensory bins with your children? I never did do it ‘officially’, but I suppose the children did it on their own – digging through a box of Lego looking for looking for a particular little character, or a bouncy ball that went missing… I do think that they’re a neat idea, though. That’s why this week I’m getting into the ‘spirit’ and featuring some Halloween sensory bins that caught my attention in last week’s Mom’s Library.
If you missed last week’s round-up, I featured Spider desensitisation. Have a look through and be inspired! This resource for Moms is packed full of parenting tips, activities for children, crafts, recipes and more!
Halloween Sensory Bins
Gift of Curiosity has made this amazing little sensory bin for the kids who love to be goulish.
SmartE PartE has made this seasonal sensory bin using pumpkin seeds. Simple and effective. You could also use your own pumpkin or squash seeds if you don’t eat them all after roasting!
An Idea on Tuesday has definitely made bin full of sensory experiences! They’ve also had even more fun turning the past black and doing some art with it! Go check it out!
Have a browse through the stacks
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