We love monsters and we love googly eyes! That’s why we compiled this list of 33 sensory play ideas with all the different variations of spooky eyes! Enjoy creating your own fun and scary spooky creatures with these Halloween sensory play ideas your kids will surely love!
Explore the sensory element of ice with these different colored Icy Eye Monsters.
Make your own Fuzzy Monster Collage sticking shredded paper, pom poms and googly eyes onto sticky contact paper.
This Monster Sensory Bin is full to bursting with kitchen sponges covered in googly eyes.
Stick googly eyes into play dough in this Monster Play Dough Invitation to Make Activity.
Have you played with floam before? Give it a try and make these Floam Monsters with added googly eye fun.
Eyes are an essential ingredient in this Monster Stew recipe, which is ideal for babies and toddlers to play with.
Making a Spooky Sensory Bag filled with googly eyes for babies and toddlers to squish and explore.
Set up this spooky invitation to play over a light table for some very realistic Icy Eyeball Sensory Exploration.
Scary Eyeball Spaghetti Noodles is a simple and spooky sensory play idea for toddlers.
This Eyeball Sensory Bin is filled with light and heavy eyes to work on exploring different weights with your child whilst you play.
A great selection of Halloween Sensory Bags filled with lots of different spooky eyes for your younger kids to safely explore without getting messy.
Work on scooping, pouring, mixing and stirring in this fun Colored Googly Eye Soup Sensory Bin.
Explore felt and feathers and then use googly eyes to make some monsters in this sensory based Invitation to make activity.
Make this Monster Sensory Bottle filled with rice and different sized googly eyes, for your older babies and toddlers to have some shaking good fun.
Add googly eyes to the super sensory ingredient water beads and you have a quick and easy Monster Sensory Tub.
Get creative with play dough, googly eyes, pasta, pipe cleaners and glitter and make Play dough Monsters!
Cover sensory slime in different coloured googly eyes and you have Monster Eyes Sensory Slime which works on colors, counting and your child’s pincer grip.
Halloween sensory Science Fun with Fizzing Eyeballs.
How many googly eyes will you add onto these Bubble Wrap Monsters?
Giant water beads make excellent Halloween Eyeballs for this sensory bin.
Get hands-on with googly eyes and pumpkins in this fun Googly Eye Pumpkin activity.
Mix together yarn and glue, wait for it to set, stick on a googly eye and you have some Yarn Monsters.
Bright orange Halloween Gak is perfect to mix up for some fall sensory fun. Then use googly eyes and pipe cleaners to turn it into a pumpkin face.
This Toddler Sensory Bag with Slimy Eyes is packed with fun and comes with no mess to clean up afterward.
Bubble wrap is the ideal ingredient for some sensory craft making. Why not make these cute Googly Eye Jellyfish.
Have fun working with different sized googly eyes stuck onto scratchy velcro in this Sticky Eye Spider activity.
Collect some rocks, have fun washing them in soapy water and then use paint and googly eyes to turn them into Rock Monsters.
A Monsters University Inspired Monsters Eyes Sensory Play Bin.
Enjoy dumping and filling containers in this Halloween Sensory Bin filled with eyeballs and red water beads.
Freeze googly eyes and pasta noodles together to make Octo-Ice and you have a fun tactile experience to explore and melt.
Pushing googly eyes into this Monster Eyes Halloween Play dough is a great work out to strengthen fingers.
Lock googly eyes into white paint and water and freeze to make Ghosts and then melt them in the bathroom sink. Add to the mess and paint a haunted forest on the bathroom mirror.
Jelly is an awesome texture to explore in a sensory play activity. Add some googly eyes into these Jelly Potions.
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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.