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Mystery Halloween Hunt
This is by far my favorite sensory activity and can be great for the kids who need lots of sensory input.
Here is what you will need:
- Blind fold
- Peeled grapes
- Cooked spaghetti noodles
- Dried apricots
- Popcorn kernels
Add all these objects in separate bowls and then blindfold your child. Remember, if this is too scary for your child, either remove the blindfold or try a different activity. You can tell them you went on a monster hunt and brought back different items. Have them feel all the objects with their hands and fingers. Here’s what the mystery items could be:
- Peeled grapes = monster eyes
- Carrot slices = witch’s fingers
- Corn kernels = vampire teeth
- Spaghetti noodles = Frankenstein brains
- Apricots = trolls ears
After they touch the objects, remove the blindfold so they can see what the items are so they aren’t scared.