Here are a few fun activities to get you through this spoOoOOooOoky week!
Feed the Ghost! Cut a ghost out of poster or foam board. Break out a large sauce pan, mix up some pretend food and feed that ghost! Use alphabet magnets to practice letters with your toddler! Practice imaginary play, language, and turn taking.
Haunted Tent: Drape black sheer fabric, orange string lights, and throw in some flash lights for a not so haunted house. This will encourage gross motor skills, independence, and spark sensory receptors.
Invitation to Play: While your little one is napping, set out a spread of play dough and left over Halloween decor. Your little one will practice fine motor skills and choice making while his imagination flourishes.
Put your dancin’ shoes on for this one:
Lastly, don’t forget to check out our past post when preparing your child for Halloween Festivities!
Now, go play!