Halloween Crafts for Kids: It’s time to get crafty with the kids as the spookiest holiday of them all approaches.
Collection of Creative Halloween crafts for kids, all of which can be adapted for children of all ages and are fun to do without too much preparation. We’ve got skeletons, witches, bats and cats, pumpkins of all sorts, Lantern, monsters and ghosts too, so we’ve gathered over 15 Halloween craft ideas for kids to get inspired with so many fun Halloween activities and crafts!
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1. DIY Mason Jar Ghost Lantern
Everyone loves a Mason jar; do something new with yours by having your kids help paint them white and draw on the eyes and mouth. Its great for decorating a Halloween party, they would be adorable centerpieces. [Read more]
2. DIY Bleeding Halloween Candles
Transform dollar store candles into bleeding votives: This one definitely requires adult supervision (you know, melting wax, nails, and all) but your kids will love watching the red wax melt all over the white candles. [Read more]
3. Monster Hands: A Fun and Freaky Halloween Craft
A hand-tracing craft that incorporates some sensory play! An easy Halloween craft for toddlers and preschoolers to make, or the perfect activity for a monster-themed party for kids. [Read more]
4. Origami Paper Jack-O-Lanterns
Kids always love to make fun decorative crafts, especially at Halloween, when they can help make the house or classroom extra spooky. These easy-to-make paper jack-o-lanterns are a Halloween-time take on the traditional paper lantern craft project, and are simple enough that almost anyone in the family can make them. [Read more]
5. Cat Craft with Paper Strips
Halloween garland decoration – just hang them on the thread or they can stand on their own if you add a coin or a pebble inside or make a base out of paper. [Read more]
6. Lolly Pop Ghosts
It does not get easier than this. Wrap a lollipop in a tissue, tie it with festive ribbons, and dot on the eyes with a Sharpie. No tricks, just treats. [Read more]
7. Make friendly spiders from flower pots
This is a perfect way to repurpose used terracotta pots. It’s hard to mess up painting an overturned flower pot, so kids of all ages can help with this project. [Read more]
8. Halloween Crafts for Kids: Popsicle Stick Spiderwebs
These craft stick spiderwebs are easy to make and really inexpensive! You can handle gluing the sticks together, then hand the reins over to your kids so they can wrap the yarn however pleases them most. [Read more]
9. Easy Q-Tip Handprint Skeleton Craft
This is a easy and simple art project that kids can make for Halloween. If they have small enough hands you can fit two on one piece of paper! [Read more]
10. Toilet Paper Roll Mummies
Stock up on empty toilet paper rolls, raid your First Aid Kit for some gauze, and buy some glue and google-y eyes from the craft store, and you’ve got everything you need to make these cute mummies. [Read more]
11. Halloween Craft: Puffy Ghosts
Here is a super simple and easy Halloween craft for preschoolers or even toddlers. Simply use cotton balls to create a ghost. [Read more]
12. Paper plate witch craft for Halloween
If you want to create non-scary Halloween crafts for young kids. You can also made a paper bag silly vampire and a cute paper plate vampire who needs a haircut. This paper plate witch craft follows the same pattern. [Read more]
13. Halloween Craft: Spooky Black Sock Cat
This one does look a little more advanced (and does require a needle and thread). It’s a 15 minute project that’s perfect for an afternoon or a party activity! [Read more]
14. DIY Tin Can Ghost Windsock
Turn coffee cans into ~spooky~ ghosts with some paint and white streamers. These are so easy to make you can put them together in one afternoon. [Read more]
15. Spider Handprint Craft
There are countless craft ideas for kids to do for Halloween but making spiders is definitely a fun one. [Read more]
Hope you like these Halloween Crafts for Kids!
Which one you like most? We would love to hear your thoughts in the comment section below. And be sure to follow on Pinterest for more ideas!
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