Halloween Activities and Crafts for Toddlers, Preschool and School Age Kids
#1: Craft Pumpkin Shape Faces
After the shapes are cut, they can be laminated, covered in clear contact paper, or clear packing tape to help keep them durable. Take one of the pumpkins, and using small pieces of the hook side of hook-and-loop tape or dots, stick two pieces on for eyes, one where the nose will go, and one for the mouth.
#2: Chalk and Craft Pumpkin Creations
#3: Spider Web Counting Number Match
When the webs are dry, I glued two little googly eyes on each green sticker to add to the fun of the activity. You can use a marker to draw on eyes.
#4: Pumpkin Counting in Muffin Cups
#5: Dryer Sheet Ghosts and a Tossing Game
(This can be done indoors or out depending on your preference.)
Now for 4 more Halloween activities from some great blogs:
#8: 6 Super Easy Halloween Crafts for Toddlers from Craftulate
#9: Spider Headband Craft from Fantastic Fun and Learning
Enjoy your time at home!
These are great Halloween activities. You previously linked up to the Weekly Kids Co-op so I am featuring your dryer ghost this week.
Great news! Thanks so much for sharing it.
HA! LOVE the dryer sheet ghost! So creative! And he probably smells good, too ; )
Ha ha! I guess that is a side benefit. 🙂
Lauren from Tutus and Tea Parties says
Fun ideas! Thank you for sharing at our Pinning for Play link party!
Lauren, thanks for hosting it!
I love, love these ideas! Can't wait to try it! These will surely keep the little ones busy;)
Thanks, Marian! I am excited for you to try them out with your young ones. All the best to you!