What a great way to get children using the language of attributes ... long, prickly, bumpy, smooth, etc.

Teach with Trash: Tissue Box Science

Teach with Trash: Tissue Box Science It would be a good idea to use these as mystery boxes. Place six items in boxes and have them guess what the objects are or what they may all have in common. Could be used to introduce a new unit or book.

Spooky Sensory Halloween Boxes -- I did this with my year 4 (aged 8) class for descriptive recounts, except we called it Feely Meely... Tinned whole tomatoes for "hearts", twiglet/pretzels for bat bones... put the bowls inside black bin bags to contain mess in the classroom. Also used blindfolds, so a buddy had to escort a blindfolded student, then they swapped

Ideas for Spooky Sensory Halloween Boxes

Tinned whole tomatoes for "hearts", twiglet/pretzels for bat bones. put the bowls inside black bin bags to contain mess. Also used blindfolds, so a buddy had to escort a blindfolded friend, then they swapped

Ghost Foam- bubbling foam that is squishy, mold-able, & naturally COLD. Kids can play ghost busters and make the ghosts they form disappear right before their eyes. SO COOL!

Ghost Foam- bubbling foam that is squishy, mold-able, & naturally COLD. Kids can play ghost busters and make the ghosts they form disappear right before their eyes. SO COOL! Baking soda and shaving cream.

Fourth of July sensory bin, sorting star buttons by color - Stay At Home Educator

Fourth of July Sensory Bin

Fourth of July sensory bin. Great post for using this with different age levels!


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