Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Halloween Sensory Soup {Water Sensory Play}

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When I think of Halloween, I think of black and orange, ghosts and pumpkins, and oodles of red candy (PS: they're my favorite!). So I tossed all of that together (minus the red candy because, frankly, I want to hoard it and eat it all when the kids aren't looking) into this super simple Halloween themed water sensory bin.

You'll just need a few materials, most of which you'll find in your own kitchen, but the kids will work on fine motor skills, imagination, math, and more!

Halloween sensory soup: simple water sensory play for toddlers and preschoolers from And Next Comes L

Simple Halloween Sensory Activity for Toddlers & Preschoolers

Trust me, this Halloween sensory soup is ridiculously easy! Actually, all of my sensory soup ideas are. They are literally sensory bins where you dump items in and then it's play time!

So if you want a super non-spooky Halloween activity for the kids, then look no further than this sensory soup idea!

 

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