Halloween is right around the corner! I am excited about fall and the cooler weather (well, as cool as it gets down here in southern Florida) – I have rounded up some of the absolutely cutest Halloween crafts for kids, that I could find! These Halloween crafts would be so fun to do at home and decorate your home with – however, most of them are so easy and quick that they would make great crafts to do with your child’s classroom!
Halloween Crafts For Kids:
The pumpkin garden would be adorable on a fireplace mantel! Scattering in the coffee filters bat would be so fun! The free-standing black cat Halloween craft would be perfect for the dining table – OR used as a place setting for a spooktacular Halloween dinner.
I love the idea of making the Frankenstein Halloween craft bags and filling with sweets to pass out in my son’s classroom! If you are one of those super fun moms I am positive your child would love making some Halloween themed slime!!
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My older son would rock those vampire corner bookmarks! They would make fun gifts for boys to give to their friends on Halloween – bonus it will keep them busy for a while! As for your little kiddo, the yarn mummy is not only easy but an absolutely adorable Halloween craft that I am excited to make with Hudson!
Please tell me I am not the only one who does not love carving tons of pumpkins. It is super messy, and I usually end up finishing them for the boys because they choose a pattern that is too hard and they struggle. These super cute no-carve pumpkin monsters are such a fun alternative! — Especially for kids that are too young to carve a pumpkin by themselves.
I think the popsicle stick haunted house is one of my favorites. It is so adorable and relatively easy project for a little bit older kids.
Here is another popsicle stick haunted house Halloween Craft that is more suited for preschool age kids. Still so adorable! I think the no-carve black pumpkin cat is so sweet and would look so cute on a windows ledge!
I am sentimental and love having my child handprints throughout the year. This popsicle stick ghost window would be such a sweet little gift! This is one of those Halloween crafts that would be perfectly suited for a preschool classroom!
I am surprised how easy the jack-o-lantern pumpkin silhouettes are to make. I love how they allow kids the ability to be creative within the crafting process – while still having clear instructions.
So are you loving these Halloween craft ideas for kids as much as I am? If you know of some that are adorable please let me know in the comments – I will be sure to add them to the list!