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October Teaching Calendar

Updated: Oct 16, 2023

Sensory ideas and activities to celebrate the month of October including Indigenous Peoples Day, Columbus Day, Halloween, Trafalgar Day, Pablo Picasso, National Braille Week, World Space Week, Black History Month, and more!

Dates at a Glance

Oct 1st - 31st Black History month

Oct 4th-10th World Space Week

Oct 6th National Badger Day Oct 7th Lost in the Dark Peal

Oct 9th Indigenous Peoples Day

Oct 9th Columbus Day

Oct 10th World Porridge Day

Oct 14th Battle of Hastings 1066

Oct 15th Charlotte's Web Published

Oct 16th World Food Day

Oct 18th Inventions: The Toaster

Oct 21st Trafalgar Day

Oct 25th Pablo Picasso Day

Oct 31st Halloween

October 6th
National Badger Day (Brocktober)


Listen to the sound of badgers

Badgers make many noises depending on how they feel including: barking, chittering, growling, hissing, purring, snarling, sniffing, snorting and yelping.

  • Explore the sensation of a shaving brush to represent the badger's fur.

  • Explore a back scratcher to represent the badger's claws.

  • Play badger sound effects via your interactive whiteboard/Talking Tile/BIGmack/Dictaphone/iPad or similar device. Follow the link below to a library of badger sounds including eating, grooming, playing, scratching, sniffling

Extend Learning

  • Can the sensory explorer guess what the badger is doing according to the noise they are making? e.g., eating, sniffing.

  • Can the student(s) match any sounds the badger is making to emotions? (annoyed, anxious, calm, confused, content, excited, relaxed, hurt, sad?)

  • Discuss the noises we make when we express emotion (crying when sad, laughing when happy etc)

Earthworms make up most of a badger's diet. You can supplement their food in the winter.

If you are lucky enough to have a badger visit your outdoor area, here are some of the foods they enjoy:

  • Fresh or dried fruit (apples, pears, plums), dried dog food, (unsalted sugar-free) peanut butter, mealworms.

  • Don't forget to leave a bowl of fresh, clean water.

  • Place a little sand around their eating area to see if you can spot any badger tracks.

October 7th
Lost in the Dark Peal

'Twyford Church' in Hampshire rings their bells on Oct 7th each year. This tradition originates from the story of a traveller who was lost in the fog and was able to find his way home by following the sound of the bells.


  • Dim the lights in the room.

  • Re-create the effect of fog by lighting a joss stick or by lightly draping a piece of net material or garden fleece in front of the sensory explorer's face.


Place the material in the freezer beforehand for an authentic icy fog sensation.

  • Offer the sensory explorer a choice of bells: ankle bells, bicycles bells, chimes, cowbell, finger cymbals, hand bells, jingle stick, sleigh bells.

  • Practice ringing the bells at different tempos (fast/slow), sound levels (loud, quiet)

  • Can the sensory explorer copy a beat?

  • Does the sensory explorer show a preference for a particular bell?

  • Can the sensory explorer follow an instruction to 'stop' and 'start' ringing the bells?

Oct 10th
World Porridge Day

Launched in 2009 as a fundraising campaign to raise money to prevent children in poorer countries having hunger hinder their education.


Make and flavour porridge

  • Explore a range of toppings: banana, blueberries, chocolate chips, cinnamon, honey, maple syrup, nutmeg, raisins, raspberries.

  • Develop a new flavour by mixing ingredients.

Taste Different Types of Porridge

  • Rice, barley, wheat, buckwheat, semolina, corn, polenta, sorghum, quinoa.

  • Can the sensory explorer show a preference for a porridge type or topping?

  • Can the sensory explorer communicate a rejection if they do not like a smell or taste?

Enrichment Activity

  • Visit the local shop. Can the students find the porridge?

  • Purchase porridge then donate it to your local foodbank.

Suggested Resource

Join Goldilocks on her adventures with this fully resourced multisensory story

Table of Contents

Story Props/Resources Checklist

How to Tell a Multisensory Story

Goldilocks & The Three Bears Fully Resourced, Step-by-Step Multisensory Story

Developing Comprehension & Understanding

Goldilocks Storyboard

Themed Listening Game

Themed Sensory Bag

Hard and Soft Themed Sensory Bin

Oat Bear Art

Raised Bear Salt Picture

The Three Bears Kitchen - Oat Milk Recipe

The Three Bears Bathroom - Oatmeal Facemask & Oat Bath

Teddy Bears Picnic

Let's Explore...Bears!

Make a Bear Habitat

Bear Hugs

October 4th-10th
World Space Week

Galaxy Art

Galaxy Glitter Picture

You will need

  • A sheet of black card

  • PVA glue/glue stick

  • Glitter (assorted colours)


1. Take a sheet of black card.

2. Apply glue using a glue stick or PVA.

3. Offer a choice of coloured glitters for the sensory explorer to scatter onto the card (you may wish to place a sheet of newspaper under the card.)

4. Tip the excess glitter off the paper/card.

5. Leave to dry.

Dim the lights in the room then explore under torchlight.


Carefully place the glitter into a small handheld colander/sieve then shake over the picture.

Constellation Art

You will need

  • Black card

  • Star stickers (or if promoting fine motor skills, provide scissors for the sensory explorer to cut and stick stars from a printout)

  • White chalk


1. Randomly stick or draw stars onto the black card

2. Can the sensory explorer use the white chalk to draw lines to connect the stars to form constellations?

Extend Learning

  • Can the sensory explorer copy star constellations? Aries (the ram), Draco (the dragon,) Gemini (the twins), Leo (the lion), Libra (the scales), The Plough? Provide pictures for them to copy or display on your interactive whiteboard.

Alternative Activity

Thread battery led string lights around the pegs of a peg board, then switch on (dim the lights in the room.)

Suggested Resource

'Journey into Space' £3.98

Get ready to 'Blast-off!' as our rocket takes us on a multisensory exploration of the solar system.

Table of Contents

Story Prop Checklist

How to Tell a Multisensory Story

Journey Into Space - A Multisensory Story

Developing Comprehension & Understanding

Story Map

Space Sounds (Listening Game)

How to Make a Space Themed Sensory Bag

How to Make a Space Themed Sensory Bin

Space Relaxation – A Guided Relaxation Space Adventure!

Create an Astronaut Role Play Area

Galaxy Art

The Space Lab

Space Design & Technology

'Journey into Space' Training Video

This is not my favourite video as I had just come out of hospital when I filmed it, but it is packed with ideas! (Re-filming is on my 'to-do' list:)

October 10th
World Mental Health Day
  • Start the day with a ‘feelings’ check-in. How is everyone feeling today?

  • Some people might find it hard to express their feelings verbally, so offer the use of an emotions board or emotion cards as a visual support.

  • Acknowledge that it is normal to have feelings. Explore the things that make us feel happy, sad, anxious, tired, bored or excited.

Extend Learning

Discuss how we can change our feelings e.g., if someone is feeling sad how can you make them happy? (Offer them a favourite activity, show them something funny to make them laugh...YouTube cat clips never fail!) if someone is worried can you talk about their worries?

October 10th-16th
National Braille Week

You will need

  • Printed out braille cells

  • Play-Doh or plasticine


Using a ball of plasticine and a braille cell, demonstrate the letters of the alphabet (or show an image on your interactive whiteboard)

Can the sensory explorers roll their balls of plasticine and place onto the correct dot(s)?

Extend Learning

Can the sensory explorer spell their name in braille?

October 10th
Columbus Day

Explore New Foods

Christopher Colombus bought many exotic foods back from his travels including the pineapple.

Present the pineapple* for sensory exploration.

  • Can the sensory explorer use their hands to feel the spherical shape?

  • Can the sensory explorer feel the weight of the pineapple?

  • Can the sensory explorer carefully touch the tough, spiky skin?

  • Can the sensory explorer carefully touch the sword-like leaves?

Model the language bristly, hard, prickly, spiky.

Try pineapple in different forms: Fresh pineapple, dried pineapple, tinned pineapple, pineapple jam, pineapple jelly, pineapple juice, pineapple smoothie, pineapple yogurt.

Non-Food Activity

  • Explore pineapple and vanilla scented hand and body lotions and lip balms.

  • Print using pineapples.

  • Paint using pineapple juice and pulp.

*Be allergy aware

Extend Learning

Christopher Colombus also introduced vanilla, allspice, and cocoa.

  • Smell, touch and taste these foods/spices and/or foods containing them.

  • Introduce the vocabulary 'sweet' and 'spicy' Can the sensory explorer place the foods in the correct category?

Grow a pineapple!

1. Carefully slice the top (crown) off a pineapple.

2. Remove the bottom leaves.

3. Leave to the crown to dry.

4. Fill a pot with soil/compost.

4. Place the crown of the pineapple onto the soil and gently press down.

5. Do not overwater and pop on a sunny spot.

is a holiday in the United States that was created in reaction to Columbus Day. Many US states and cities have renamed the holiday Indigenous People's Day to celebrate the communities who already lived in the Americas when Columbus arrived on shore.

One US teacher of the deaf told me that their state has a large indigenous community, so they discuss their culture and ancestry and compare it to the first people of the US and Canada.

Many indigenous North Americans make fried bread, sweet (add cinnamon and sugar) and savoury (add onion/garlic powder). Involve the students in mixing ingredients to make the dough, kneading, rolling and shaping. Would the students like to taste the bread? Offer a choice. Which do the students prefer, the sweet or a savoury?

The teacher told me they also explore indigenous communication smoke signals, Navajo code talkers of WWII, native sign languages and compare them to other forms of communication, smoke signals vs flag signals, code talkers vs Morris Code, Native Sign language to BSL.

Full credit for these Indigenous People's Day Activities to Juleeff. Thank you.

October 14th
The Battle of Hastings

Dig out the sticky tape, aluminium foil and cardboard boxes and make shields to mark the day!

October 15th
Charlotte's Web

On this date, the book Charlotte's Web by US author E B White was published

Pick out elements of the story and make them sensory.

Here are a couple of examples

'Wilbur the Pig grows too large!'

You will need

  • Pink balloons

  • A balloon pump/foot pump/bicycle pump

    1. Model inflating the balloon using the balloon pump/bicycle pump

    2. Can the sensory explorer take turns inflating the balloon using the balloon pump/bicycle pump as it is passed around the group?

    3. Can the sensory explorer inflate their balloon using their breath?

Charlotte and the Fly

Charlotte traps and wraps a fly in her web to teach Wilbur how to consume prey.

You will need

  • Three pipe cleaners

  • Cotton wool pleat

  • Hairspray

  • Glitter

    1. Place the pipe cleaners in a star shape (one vertically, one horizontally, one diagonally) Secure by twisting together in the centre.

    2. Gently pull, stretch and roll the fibres of the cotton wool using your fingers and thumbs.

    3. Weave the cotton wool around the pipe cleaner star to create a web

    4. Spritz with hair spray

    5. Sprinkle a little glitter onto the web to represent the prey.

October 16th
World Food Day

Explore Foods

  • Present a wide range of different tastes and textures for the individual to explore at their own pace enabling them to explore likes and dislikes.

  • Initial explorations could be through touch and smell, the next step to present a tiny touch to the lips progressing onto a morsel or a drop in the mouth, an egg spoon building up to a full bite.

  • Play blindfold tasting games.

  • Explore aromatic, bitter, bland, buttery, caramel, carbonated, chalky, charcoal, charred, cheesy, chewy, chocolatey, cinnamon, citrus, citrusy, clove-like, coarse, creamy, crispy, crumbly, crunchy, delicate, earthy, effervescent, eggy, fibrous, fiery, fishy, fizzy, flaky, floral, floury, foamy, fresh, frosty, fruity, garlicky, gingery, grainy, granular, grapey, gritty, herbal ,honeyed, icy, juicy, lemony, light, limey, malty, metallic, milky, minty, moist, mushy, musty, oily, oniony, peppery, pickled, plummy, powdery, pungent, quenching, refreshing, ,rich, ripe, rubbery, salty, sandy, savoury, seasoned, sharp, slimy, smoky, smooth, soggy, sour, sparkling, spiced, spicy, spongy, squidgy, squishy, starchy, sweet, syrup, tangy, tart, tender, toasty, toothsome, vanilla, velvety, vinegary, zesty, zingy

  • Can the sensory explorer make a rejection if they do not like a food?

September 20th - 26th
Recycle Week
  • Collect clothes, electrical devices, crisp bags, or stamps to pass on to the relevant charities.

  • If in a school/college setting, have students collect plastic bottles, and cardboard from classrooms to sort and recycle.

  • Recycle containers into planters.

  • Make bubble snakes from water bottles or fill with sand to make bowling pins.

  • Use old newspapers to make items from Papier Mache.

  • Play recycling bingo.

  • Print out items you can recycle (glass bottles, tins, newspapers, cardboard,) and items you cannot (used pizza boxes, waxed paper, stickers, bubble wrap, plastic bags, plastic coat hangers, plastic straws)

  • Can the sensory explorer think of alternative uses for these items (re-use plastic bags, make hangers into mobiles)

  • Can sensory explorer think of alternatives to these items (metal drinking straws, cloth or paper bags)

18th October
The Electric Toaster is Patented
  • Promote independence and fine motor skills making toast. (Option to use a switch to operate.)

  • Explore different toppings: jam, chocolate spread, cheese spread, butter, honey.

Extend Learning

  • Can the sensory explorer cut their toast in half?

  • Can the sensory explorer cut their toast into quarters?

  • Explore halves and quarters using squares of toast and triangles of toast.

25th October
Birthdate of Pablo Picasso

Spanish born artist Pablo Picasso was well known co-founding cubism (fragmenting objects). During his life he painted over 20,000 paintings!

Picasso was famous for painting distorted faces.

Re-create Picasso Artwork

1. Take and print the photos of different people's headshots.

2. Cut the photographs in half. Can the sensory explorer create images using two different people's pictures? (See image 1)

2. Look through magazines and tear out pages with faces. Cut the faces into rectangular strips featuring the eyes, nose, and mouth. (See image 2)

Can the sensory explorer select strips and make random faces?

3. Can sensory explorer place two images together, one side profile and one looking into the camera? (See image 3)

1. 2. 3.

Alternative Activity

  • Can the sensory explorer manipulate and place the pieces of a Mr Potato Head to create Picasso style faces e.g. place the lips where the nose should be, ears for eyes etc?

21st October
Trafalgar Day

In 1805, a fleet of 27 British ships, under the command Lord Horatio Nelson of Vice Admiral defeated French and Spanish ships at Trafalgar, (South-West Spain)

19 enemy ships were either captured or sunk and this battle established British domination of the seas for the next 100 years.


Explore the properties of a variety of materials to see which materials float and which materials sink.

Make your boats from the materials that float.

For the Boat Base: Balsa, Cardboard Box, Cd’s, Corks, Cupcake Cases, Feathers, Margarine Tubs, Match Sticks, Plastic Bottle Tops, Plastic Bottles, Lids Dishes and Plates, Sponges, Straws, Styrofoam, Twigs, Wooden Craft Sticks.

The Sail: Balloons, Card, Feathers, Foam Shapes, Leaves, Material, tissue paper

Experiment: Make egg box and paper boats.

Explore Cause & Effect: Can the sensory explorer direct a fan (battery operated fan/dynamo 'squeeze' fan/hand-held fan, paper/silk fan) at the boat sail to move it across the water?

Compete: Hold a boat race. Can the sensory explorer predict the boat that will win?

Explore: Can you add cargo to your boat?

Test Durability: Add Ice cubes to the water. How well do the boats navigate these obstacles?

Engage in Scientific Investigation: Add salt to the water. Does this enable the boats and materials to float easier?

31st October

Ten Fun Halloween Ideas

1. Use instruments to create a spooky orchestra: a boom whacker, drum, castanets, clackers, guiro, kazoo, triangle.

2. Using felt tips, draw spooky faces on balloons. Watch the faces distort as the balloon deflates over the next few days.

3. Paint a pumpkin.

4. Make a skeleton picture using cotton buds for bones.

5. Explore UV paint. Tip! If you do not have UV paint, crushing a B12 vitamin tablet into acrylic/poster paint will make the paint glow in UV light! (Thank you to Barn Owl's class at Hebden Green School for that tip!)

6. Practice gross motor skills. Draw a large spider web in chalk outdoors. Randomly place paper spiders in the web. Can the sensory explorer walk along the lines of the web avoiding the spiders?

7. Make a 'Severed Finger' snack.

You will need

  • Hotdogs (Don't forget a meat -free alternative)

  • Garlic Flake

  • Ketchup

i. Using clean fingers halve a hotdog (this will give you an uneven (severed) end as opposed to cutting with a knife)

ii. Slide a garlic flake (fingernail) into one end of the hotdog.

iii. Dip the 'severed' end of the hotdog (finger) into ketchup (blood)

iv. Is the sensory explorer brave enough to taste?

8. Raid the recycling and make broomsticks, hats, and magic wands.

9. Carve a pumpkin and place a tealight inside. Dim the lights in the classroom.

10. Recycle your pumpkin into a plant holder. Fill with compost then plant spring bulbs (crocus and snowdrops) or plant pansies.

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Join our witch on this spooky Halloween night as she concocts a grisly potion!

Table of Contents


How to Tell a Multisensory Story

The Benefits of Multisensory Storytelling

Story Props Checklist

Halloween Full Poem

Halloween Fully Resourced, Step-by-Step Multisensory Exploration

Slime Recipe


Barm Brack Bread

Dracula's Castle


Spooky Den

All Souls Day

Frozen Monsters

8 Ideas with Leftover Pumpkins

Halloween Guided Adventure

Mini Halloween Adventure Using Sound Effects

Halloween Ideas & Inspiration

October 1st - 31st
Black History Month

Teaching Ideas

Re-create a Famous Piece of Black History Artwork

Add a sensory element to the artwork. Cut the shapes of the clothes and hats from felt.

Other Ideas

  • Can the sensory explorer give a talk on their favourite black heroes and heroines?

  • Promote racial diversity in the classroom, provide skin toned paints, Play-Doh, crayons, dolls.

Explore the Work of Famous Black Inventors

  • Great Inventors: Focus on Garrett Morgan

Garrett Morgan was born the son of two former slaves and is famous for inventing traffic lights.

Role Play Road Safety

  • Using chalk and cones (if in a school setting, raid the PE cupboard!) create roads, pavements and a roundabout.

  • Assign bikes, scooters, go-carts to students assigned as 'drivers'

  • Assign other students the role of pedestrians (regularly swap roles)

  • Use chalks to create a pedestrian crossing with traffic lights.

  • Draw three circles to represent the traffic lights, red, amber and green and laminate.

  • Assign two students to control the traffic using their 'traffic lights'. Can they work together to ensure the traffic flows!

Create a 'Black History Month' Reading Area in your Classroom or Setting

Black History Month Booklist

'As Brave as You - Jason Reynolds

'Brown Boy Joy' - Dr. Thomishia Booker

'Daddy Calls Me Man' - Angela Johnson

'Happy to be Nappy' - Bell Hooks

'Hair Love' Mathew A.Cherry

'Imani's Moon' - Janay Brown-Wood

'Lullaby' by Langston Hughes

'My Brother Charlie' - Holly Robinson

Other October Activities

Sensory Autumn walk.

  • Find five things to look at

  • Four items to touch

  • Three sounds

  • Two items to smell

  • One item to taste (take an item of autumn fruit with you (apples, blackberries) or some toast, hot chocolate or marshmallows.

  • Look for leaves, logs, acorns, bark, chestnuts, animal tracks.

Make pumpkin soup.

Collect leaves, sort, categorise by shape and colour then create an Autumn leaf collage picture.

Make an Autumn sensory bin.

Enjoy an October Story

'Little Monsters' David Walliams

'The Very Hungry Caterpillar's Halloween Trick or Treat' Eric Carle

'Mr Men Little Miss Halloween Party'

'Room on the Broom' Julia Donaldson & Alex Scheffler

'Funnybones' Allan Ahlberg & Janet Ahlberg'

October Music

Listening to music enhances mood and aids concentration. Play low background music during snack time, when baking and when engaging in arts and craft activities.

Take a portable speaker and bubbles into the outdoor area at break and lunch time. Have a mini disco!

Listening to music provides the opportunity to explore different artists and genres of music and invites the sensory explorer to have a little dance, move their body and feel good!

Theme your Music by Month

''October” by Alessia Cara

“The October Man” by Bill Nelson

“Secret Oktober” by Duran Duran

“October & April” by The Rasmus Feat. Anette Olzon

“Late October” by Harold Budd and Brian Eno

''October'' by U2

Theme Music by Artists Born in October

Oct 12th Ralph Vaughan Williams: English composer known for Sea Symphony & Greensleeves

Oct 12th Luciano Pavarotti Italian Tenor

Oct 13th Paul Simon: American singer/songwriter part of duo Simon & Garfunkel

Oct 14th Cliff Richard: Chart topping artist born in 1940

Oct 18th Chuck Berry: American rock and roll pioneer

Oct 21st Dizzie Gillespie: American trumpet player

Oct 22nd Franz List: Hungarian classical composer

Oct 25th Georges Bizet: French composer of the opera Carmen

Theme Music by Historical Musical Events in October

Oct 17th Beethoven's Tenth Symphony is performed for the first time in London after researcher Barry Cooper pieced together fragments of the manuscript and notes discovered in Berlin.


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  • ​The author has used their best efforts in preparing the information on this website and makes no representation or warranties with respect to the accuracy, applicability, fitness, or completeness to the contents.

  • The information is for pleasure purposes only.

  • If you wish to apply any ideas and activities contained in this blog, on the website or in any of the multisensory stories or resources, you are wholly responsible and take full responsibility for your actions.

  • ​The activities are designed to be led and supervised by a responsible adult at all times.

​​A Note on Allergies/Intolerances

  • ​If you have any doubts regarding any activity or prop used, then seek advice before starting.​

  • ​Be aware of potential choking hazards.

  • Check the ingredients in any items you may be using for any potential food or skin allergies or respiratory reactions. If you see any signs of redness, swelling or other symptoms of a suspected reaction seek immediate medical advice.

  • The interactions should be led by the sensory explorer who should be allowed to participate without expectation.

  • ​Never force stimuli and stop the activity if the story explorer shows signs that they are not enjoying the session.

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