Here comes Halloween! I scoured some of my favorite kid-friendly sites and found this awesome selection of Halloween Crafts for Kids. I think you’ll love them.
What does this Halloween Crafts for Kids roundup include?
- Ghosts, pumpkins, spider webs, mummies, monsters, and skeletons.
- Activities for toddlers, preschoolers, and school age kids.
- Crafts that kids can actually do. Some with a little adult assistance.
- Projects that use easy-to-find household materials such as spaghetti, cardboard rolls, candy, paint, string, jars, egg cartons, gauze, and cotton balls.
- Sixteen projects to keep us busy for a while!
Halloween Crafts for Kids
Let’s get started…
Even little kids can get in on the Halloween action with this festive Cotton Ball Ghost for Toddlers: No Time for Flash Cards
This Pumpkin Mummy Family is not messy to make and beyond cute: Hands on as we Grow
Build fine-motor skills with this simple Marshmallow Skull Craft: No Time for Flash Cards
I would have to give in to my kids’ begging to eat the candy corn while making this Candy Corn Monster but it would be worth it: Crafty Morning
These Marble + Paint Spider Webs are toddler-friendly. Making these is soooo addictive : TinkerLab
The tutorial for these Handmade Spider Sacks is wonderful! : Modern Parents Messy Kids
Cut up some circles and then invite your child to decorate for this Easy DIY Halloween Garland: TinkerLab
Add a little holiday glow to a dark patio or room with these Halloween Lantern Jars: Red Ted Art
Use cardboard rolls as the base for a Monster Mobiles, and let your child have fun decorating: Happy Hooligans
Got K-cups? Save them for a Recycled K-cup Recycled Lantern: Handmade Kids Art
These Glowing Pumpkin and Monster Jars are dipped in colored salt! What a cool texture: Fantastic Fun and Learning
Make a handprint spider and practice lacing in this Handprint Spider in a Spider Web: Mom Endeavors
Before making a Spaghetti Spider Web, build memories by inviting a child to play with slimy, green spaghetti: Hands on as we Grow
Fun! With the addition of a rubber band, make this Easy Halloween Craft Bouncy Spider: Kids Activities Blog
Invite your child to cover paper with masking tape, and then cut out a Masking Tape Mummy: No Time for Flash Cards
Save those egg cartons for this simple Egg Carton Bat: Crafty Morning
More Halloween Ideas
If you enjoyed this post, you have to check out 50 Simple Halloween Ideas for Kids.
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