Halloween Sensory Play For Baby

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October is fast approaching and I am in full Halloween mode over here.  This year is baby brothers first Halloween.  So it is an extra special time for him.  Yes, I know.  He won’t remember a thing, but we can still have fun in the now!  I had my husband get my fall/Halloween stuff out of the attic this week and I couldn’t wait to get started on some fun Halloween themed baby play for baby brother.
Halloween Sensory Play For Baby by FSPDT


Halloween Sensory Play For Baby

Babies learn best through their senses.  Giving them a sensory bowl to explore is just learning fun for them.  They touch, look, taste, and listen to it all.

Halloween Sensory Play For Baby by FSPDT

 What I used:

Cheerios (we had chocolate ones on hand)

Halloween toys

Halloween bowl

Halloween Sensory Play For Baby by FSPDT
What I did:
 
I placed cereal inside the Frankenstein bowl, plastic pumpkin, and plastic ghost.  I put them in the large bowl and set it out for baby brother to explore and discover through play.

 

Halloween Sensory Play For Baby by FSPDT

I think he was just thrilled to be given his own sensory bin, if you will.  He sees big brothers playing often while he has something else to occupy him.  So now, I can only imagine he thought he was just like the big kids!

Halloween Sensory Play For Baby by FSPDT
 
I just love that sweet face and I think you can see that this Halloween Sensory Play was approved by baby.
 
Halloween Sensory Play For Baby by FSPDT
 
As a mommy of 3 I have learned that “simple isn’t boring”.  Simple invitations to play can be the best ones.  I often find that the little things are the ones my kids love the most.  This is just one of those set ups for playtime that was a big hit.
 
Hope that maybe you and your baby can enjoy this too.
 
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