Alphabet Halloween Sensory Bin: Halloween Read
Halloween is so much fun and the perfect opportunity to build an easy Halloween sensory bin to go with favorite books.
– large bin/container to hold everything – filler: popping corn and black beans from the grocery store – dollar store goodies like skeletons, ghosts, spiders, webbing, decorative box – table scatter and colored gems – scrabble letter tiles
Simply dump the filler and the goodies! Set out on a low table or floor for easy play.
First, I always let him explore the contents as play as he likes to increase interest and meet tactile sensory needs. I then sat with him and we dug around together.
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I would randomly pull up letters or ask him to grab me a specific letter. He also chose to spell his name.
We read the book together and decided we needed to fetch additional items I had “forgotten” like a unicorn, a dragon, lizard, toad, etc.
There are so many variations including spelling and using the book as a reference for word work!
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