Letter ‘H’ Alphabet Box & Halloween Sensory Tub

17 Oct

It’s the time of year when everything gets a little bit more spooky…well not so much yet for my little ones, but in stores everywhere we are seeing ghosts, goblins and villians. I like to make Halloween more of a fun celebration and not so gory, especially for my little boys. So, we’re going to learn about the letter ‘H’ and play with our Halloween sensory tub.

I couldn’t find a ton of things around the house for the letter ‘H’ but this will work and still be good for discussion. You can use whatever you can find for these alphabet boxes.

Now for the fun part…according to Troy and Wes who LOVE sensory tubs!! Here’s our Halloween sensory tub!

Here’s what is including in this tub:

*black beans

*white beans

*jack-o-lantern erasers (Target)

*plastic bats (Dollar Store)

*plastic insects (from my dad)

I didn’t want to go overboard and add too much or add anything too scary. The textures in this tub are fun and the boys love it!

Wes likes to climb in the tub! This time I split the sensory tub into two tubs because we were having problems sharing 🙂

Try this sensory tub out with your kids…they will love it!

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3 Responses to “Letter ‘H’ Alphabet Box & Halloween Sensory Tub”

  1. Kathryn Thayer October 18, 2012 at 9:11 #

    Angela…It is amazing to see how your fellas love to learn. I keep thinking of you and Troy in the toyroom this morning and Troy identifying each letter of the alphabet with our wooden puzzle. Amazing. You are teaching your Fellas by the minute:)

    • teachingmamablog October 18, 2012 at 9:11 #

      Aww thanks! He is a good learner and it is a joy teaching him. Love you so much!

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