Create an amazing Halloween sensory bin that is part creepy and part fun! From freaky eggs filled with spiders to a spooky sensory spider web!
I have never been a huge fan of Halloween but this year my four year is so curious about it that it is getting me super excited about it as well! Since she loves sensory bins I had to create one that I know she would love.
After decorating our front porch I had a ton of fake spider web left over and I thought that it would make a fantastic Halloween sensory bin filler and I was right!
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Here’s how to create your own Halloween Sensory Bin!
Grad your large sensory bin and fake spider web. Spread it across the top of the bin hooking it over the corners to secure it. I also spread it over the corners on the bottom of the sensory bin so that it would stay in place. Although, as my daughter played it did start to move around.
Then I added all our plastic spiders, orange squeeze pouch caps and eyeballs.
I also added a few white and orange plastic eggs. I had filled them with plastic spiders.
Creepy Halloween Fun
This was a very fun and easy to create sensory bin.
My four year old loved pulling spiders out of the fake web.
She also had tons of fun cracking open the spider eggs to reveal the baby spider surprise inside.
When my daughter was two years old she was terrified by these same spiders now two years later she loved them!
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- 41 Qt, Clear Sensory Bin (Large)
- Plastic Spiders
- Halloween EYE Ball balls
- Orange squeeze pouch caps
- White and orange Easter egg
- Fake Spider Web
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