This colorful skull and bones Halloween sensory bin is perfect for your little ones and older kids. They will be able to practice counting, creating patterns and so much more. This activity is easy to set up and can be used multiple times. I used dry black beans but you can use any filler for this sensory bin. Things may get a little messy but they will have a great time. Check out all the details below so you create this sensory bin for your kids.
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Supplies for Colorful Skull and Bones Sensory Bin
- Sensory table or round serving tray
- Dry black beans
- Skull ice cube mold
- Plastic mini skulls
- Acrylic mini bones
- Skeleton plastic silverware (optional)
- Halloween skeleton hands salad tongs (optional)
- Kid’s kitchen utensils (optional)
When I saw the skulls in the Bullseye’s Playground at Target, I knew I had to get them. I wanted to create something bright and fun for my boys. To get started with this colorful skull and bones sensory bin, fill a round tray or sensory table with dry black beans. Next, add the colorful skulls and bone. That’s it! My oldest enjoyed hiding the tiny bones and letting his brother search for them. He also created patterns with the colorful skulls. My toddler practiced counting the skulls and the bones. There’s so many fun ways to play with this sensory bin!