These Halloween calm down balls are awesome for adults and kids. We made a new batch of themed Halloween stress balls this week perfect for this month. My son loved our first batch of sensory balloons, these stress balls as well as our Easter egg ones this past Spring. Our Halloween stress balls are easy to make with ordinary supplies!
PUMPKIN STRESS BALLS FOR HALLOWEEN
STRESS BALL FOR KIDS
Halloween calm down balls are easy to make for controlling stress, anxiety, and emotions. Keep a set on hand for tough times or even just for busy hands.
Squishing and squeezing these Halloween balls is a relaxing sensory activity for everyone! Each person who comes to our house can’t help but squeeze our cute pumpkin stress balls.
HALLOWEEN STRESS BALLS
Head to the grocery store to pick up these easy supplies for Halloween calm down balls. You might even have everything you need to make them already.
YOU WILL NEED:
- Halloween Balloons or colored balloons & permanent marker
- Filling – Flour, Corn Starch, Baking Soda, Play Dough, Corn Kernels, or Dried Beans…
There are many possibilities and you will find the ones you enjoy using the most. These ingredients above are our favorites to make calm down balls!
HOW TO MAKE HALLOWEEN STRESS BALLS
STEP 1. First, you need to blow up a balloon and hold it for 30 seconds. This will help pre-stretch the balloon before you fill it.
STEP 2. There are a couple of ways to fill the balloons. You can use a funnel for fine ingredients like flour. You can also use an extra set of hands to stretch the top of the balloon to fill with materials like playdough or corn kernels. It takes a bit of work to fill the balloons, so don’t give up if it doesn’t go quickly!
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STEP 3. Use a permanent marker to give your Halloween stress balls faces. Make them happy, sad, angry, surprised, scared, or confused faces for teaching emotions play too.
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Our Halloween calm down balls have held up pretty well! My son loves to throw them on the floor hard and none of them have burst yet. His absolute favorite one is corn starch. We keep our set on the kitchen counter in a basket!
Calm down balls can provide great tactile sensory input for kids and adults helping to relieve stress, anxiety, anger, sadness, and general grumpiness. We use them when we are happy too! Who doesn’t love to squeeze something! Our pumpkin stress balls are the perfect squeeze!
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