I can’t believe it’s Halloween in two days! Are your Halloween playlists ready? That’s one more thing I need to prepare!

This is going to be the last post about our Halloween-themed sensory play activities. No worries, our Thanksgiving and Christmas themes are coming soon and I’m already excited.

But before we jumped on to our merry and bright activities, let’s first wrap up the spooky season.

Okay, everyone! Ready your magic wands and let’s start decorating our witches hats!

WITCHES HAT DECORATING ACTIVITY

witches hat decorating activity

THINGS WE USED:
Wooden tray with divider
Green, black, white and yellow cardstocks
Jewel stickers
Glue
Scissors

Cut out a witch’s hat from the green cardstock and lined the middle of the hat with a black cardstock.
From the yellow and white cardstocks, cut out the stars and moons.
Place all the materials on the tray and serve to play.

This activity helps children show off their creative sides. Niko glued the stars and the moons to each hat all by himself.

He likes the jewel stickers more because all he needed to do was stick it directly to the hat. He doesn’t need to use the glue anymore. šŸ˜‚

witches hat decorating activity

The finished witches hats were actually pretty cool that I decided to include them to our Halloween party decorations together with the Frankenstein shapes and the Jack O’ Lanterns.

See you on All Hallows Eve, everyone!

witches hat decorating activity
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