7 Accessible Halloween Activities from Sensory Sun

7 Accessible Halloween Activities

Sensory Sun provides activities, curriculum and resources for families with kids who are blind or visually impaired, and their Halloween posts are really a treat! Below are seven fun Halloween ideas for kids who are blind.

Some of these activities are free and some provide downloadable templates for only $1 to $6. Use coupon code WBfriend15 at checkout for 15% off your entire cart (expires midnight November 30, 2016).


Halloween Coloring Pages

Halloween Coloring Pages for Kids Who Are Blind
Find ideas for ways to make coloring pages accessible with raised lines, tactile paints, braille crayons and more. Plus links to 15 free Halloween printables.


Grow a pumpkin in a pumpkin

Grow a Pumpkin in a Pumpkin
There are so many pumpkin activities around this time of year, but this is one of my favorites. Hollow out a pumpkin, add dirt and seeds and you can grow a pumpkin plant in a pumpkin pot!


candy corn numbers game

Candy Corn Matching UEB Numbers Games
I love this idea! Match the number, the number word and count the number of images in a three piece candy corn printable.


candy corn numbers game

Candy Corn Matching Nemeth Numbers Games
The same game as above, but in Nemeth code instead of UEB.


Fall leaves counting game

Fall Leaves Ten Frames Activity Printables
A collection of fun fall-themed counting printables that you can add braille and tactile elements to.


pumpkin letter search

Fall Literacy Worksheet Bundle
This bundle includes five print-braille fall-themed worksheets for kids to practice letters and numbers.


pumpkin letter game

Pumpkin Letters in My Name Worksheet
Download this pumpkin letter sheet, add braille and have your child locate and identify the letters in their name!


7 Accessible Halloween Activities


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