Everyone’s favorite night for spookiness is right around the corner! Have you gotten in the spirit yet? What are your favorite Halloween activities besides trick-or-treating? We’ve gathered a few of our favorite Halloween-themed crafts that both you and your little one will enjoy!
Paper Plate Halloween Crafts
Want some super simple, last minute Halloween craft ideas for the kids? Create this trio of Halloween characters using dessert plates from the dollar store and a short list of supplies.
Creepy-Crawly Pipe Cleaner Spiders
Add some creepy crawlers to your Halloween decor this year with a simple and fun spider craft made from pipe cleaners and beads.
Bendable Wire Mummy
Did you know that flexible outdoor wire and scrap fabric is all it takes to make this fun, bendable mummy? A simple project with such a fun result!
Egg Carton Spiders
A simple spider craft that’s great for Halloween, made with egg cartons, googly eyes, pipe cleaners, and paint!
Caramel Apple Monsters
Take your after-school snacks to the next level and make these Monster Caramel Apples. The kids will love making them as much as they’ll enjoy gobbling them down!
With a short list of supplies and a simple set of instructions, these fun little spiders are sure to be a Halloween crafting hit with the kiddos!
Toasted Pumpkin Seeds
Nothing welcomes the fall season like toasted pumpkin seeds. Here’s a classic recipe that your kids will enjoy helping with.
Witch’s Broomstick Bag
Make an witch’s broomstick with a twist! This fun Halloween favor bag is perfect for a classroom or October birthday party! All you need to make one broomstick are two lunch-sized paper bags, string, and a stick or tree branch.
Spider Web Snacks
A fun tasty-treat that’s simple to make and so fun for little ghost, goblins and maybe even Spiderman to nibble on during Halloween-time!
These creepy little shrunken heads are almost too authentic. Your little ones will have fun creating different faces and expressions and seeing how they turn out!
One of our all-time favorite Halloween crafts. Hardly any prep involved – yet such a great looking project! And your little ones will have fun exploring how the bones in the body connect and work together.
A classic Halloween craft using just paper to create these spooky spiders pals that your children will enjoy creating.