This week we explored corn through sensory play, but since Halloween is coming up, we decided to spice things up a little and collect sensory play ideas with Candy Corn!
Hope you will enjoy playing and exploring all of these amazing sensory ideas with your kids!
Add baking soda to Foam Dough and you can make Candy Cane Foam Dough Eruptions.
This Candy Corn Play Dough has a scent and glitter added to it, making it a multi-sensory workout.
Painting doesn’t have to means brushes. Candy Corn Pom-Pom Painting is a great way to explore a new texture in a painting activity.
Cover your hands in paint make a Candy Corn Handprint Turkey
Puff up your paint with this Candy Corn Puffy Paint recipe.
Set up Candy Corn Experiments for some science based sensory fun.
Enjoy the cool sensation of dipping your feet in paint and make Candy Corn Footprints.
Will your kids be able to find the candy corn hidden under coloured rice in this Candy Corn Sensory Seek activity?
Whip up Candy Corn Quick Paint using our favourite sensory ingredient, shaving foam.
Get hands on with this Candy Corn Quick Slime recipe.
Have fun getting messy and make Candy Corn Handprints.
Place this quick tapioca based Candy Corn Sensory Bin over a light table.
Have fun dumping, filling and straining in this Candy Corn Sensory Tub made with coffee grinds.
Stick your hands into the super smooth shaving foam and hunt for the candy corn in Candy Corn Shaving Cream Dig.
An explosive sensory science activity Make a Candy Cane Volcano.
Enjoy digging, moulding anad scooping this Candy Corn Cloud Dough made from cake mix.
Ripping paper is so much fun for kids and a super simple sensory activity to set up Torn Paper Candy Corn Craft.
Work on scooping and pouring whilst doing this Candy Corn Sensory Activity.
Decorate Candy Corn Coloured Play-dough with buttons, feathers and beads.
Explore, play and practice cutting with Candy Corn Goop.
Watch what happens when you dissolve Candy Corn in this hands-on science experiment.
Nicola is a former Librarian who now spends her time looking after and coming up with arts and crafts ideas for her sons Liam (7), Freddie (5), and Bella (3) to do together.