15 Halloween Crafts to do with your Kids
Halloween is one of the most fun holidays of the year for kids of all ages. Candy, costumes, and decorations make for an October filled with fun. Here's some crafts you can do with your kids to get them excited about Halloween and ready to celebrate!
These Luminaries from A Little Craft in Your Day are fun and easy to make and they make great decorations for your house that you can hold onto for Halloweens to come.
If you want a fun craft for your kids without breaking the bank, this one from Kids Craft Room is an excellent choice. Make it with simple paper plates and paint!
This craft from Paging Super Mom works perfectly for Halloween, and you can incorporate reading into the process to make a fun interactive learning experience for your kids.
This pumpkin painting from I Heart Crafty Things is easy for the little kids to create using toilet paper rolls and squeeze bottles.
This monster slime from Eighteen 25 is a craft that kids will have just as much fun making as they will have playing with it once it's done.
This craft from Happiness is Homemade is made with only Elmer's glue and glitter. Your kids will be excited while they wait for it to dry to see the awesome final project.
This garland from I Heart Naptime makes an excellent decoration for your house, and your kids will enjoy helping to thread the bats onto the string.
Who needs carved pumpkins? This tutorial from My Crafty Spot helps to turn your pumpkins into adorable little bat, and it's much safer for the little ones than carving.
These spider webs from Artful Parent are similar to snowflakes made at Christmas time. Once you start making them, you won't want to stop!
This craft from Dream a Little Bigger requires adult supervision, but kids are sure to be fascinated seeing how they're crayons can be used to create colorful drippy pumpkins.
Once your kids learn the proper technique for making these spider webs from Eighteen 25, they'll want to keep making more and more. It's a good thing they look creepy and cool hanging on all the walls.
Melt beads in an embroidery hoop to create these sun catchers from Artful Parent. The kids can arrange the beads into the embroidery hoop however they want and watch in wonder as their creation takes form.
Kids of all ages can learn the simple weaving technique required to make these spider webs from Consumer Crafts!
This wreath from Hobby Craft will look awesome on your front door, and the kids can help stick pom poms and googly eyes on it.
Glue resist art like these painting from Artful Parent is a great way for kids who haven't learned to color inside the lines yet to make beautiful art in Halloween shapes.