9 DIY Preschool Kids’ Crafts For Halloween

27 Easy Halloween Crafts for Kids – Fun Halloween Craft Ideas for Children

9 DIY Preschool Kids’ Crafts For Halloween

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Cat Face Treat Bags

Lunch just got a lot spookier with these cat face bags. Make them with the kids on Sunday afternoon, then pack their lunches in them the next day.

Get the tutorial.

Tools you'll need: tracing paper ($6, amazon.com), orange and black treat bags ($4, amazon.com)

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Paint Drip Monster Pot

Let their imaginations run wild as they use all the colors of the rainbow to bring these silly monsters to life.

Get the tutorial at Crafty Morning.

Tools you'll need: small terracotta pot ($16 for 12, amazon.com), Black stock paper ($13, amazon.com), white stock paper ($10, amazon.com), acrylic paint ($19, amazon.com), bendy straws ($2, amazon.com)

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Cupcake Liner Bats

Kiddos can use black cupcake liners to create these batty friends.

Get the tutorial at I Heart Crafty Things.

Tools you'll need: gray cardstock paper ($14, amazon.com), coffee filters ($14, amazon.com), black mini cupcake liners ($6, amazon.com), yellow paint ($2, amazon.com), googly eyes ($4, amazon.com), white chalk marker ($9, amazon.com)

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Vampire Corner Bookmark

These vampire bookmarks will add a spooky flair to their favorite novel during the Halloween season.

Get the tutorial at Easy Peasy and Fun.

Tools you'll need: purple paper ($11, amazon.com), black paper ($9, amazon.com)

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Felt and Foam DIY Jack O Lantern Banner

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Halloween Marshmallow Ghost Craft

Grab leftover marshmallows from the cabinet and get to stamping. This craft is for kids who aren't afraid to get a little sticky.

Get the tutorial at Coffee Cups and Crayons.

Tools you'll need: white paint ($6, amazon.com), black construction paper ($2, amazon.com)

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Paper Ball Bat Craft

Run a string through paper bats and the kids can hang them from a tree in the front yard.

Get the tutorial at Easy Peasy and Fun.

Tools you'll need: color wiggle eyes ($13, amazon.com), black paper ($9, amazon.com)

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Spooky Spider Soap

Make these spooky halloween soaps with the kids, then let them choose who they want to prank (hint Dad hint).

Get the tutorial at Happiness is Homemade.

Tools you'll need: clear glycerin soap base ($12, amazon.com) , silicone soap mold ($9, amazon.com)

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Painted Rock Ghosts

Collecting rocks to paint will be a fun activity for little ones of all ages.

Get the tutorial at Easy Peasy and Fun.

Tools you'll need: stones ($7, amazon.com), white acrylic paint ($8, amazon.com)

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Jack-O-Lantern Balloon Garland

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Bottle Cap Spiders

Make a ton of these tiny spiders with leftover bottle caps. Though super easy, you'll trick everyone into thinking they're real.

Get the tutorial at Live Laugh Rowe.

Tools you'll need: black caps ($7, amazon.com), pipe cleaners ($4, amazon.com), googly eyes ($7, amazon.com)

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Toilet Paper Roll Bat

Recycle empty toilet paper rolls to create these haunting bats, with playful wings and vicious eyes.

Get the tutorial at Savvy Sassy Moms.

Tools you'll need: Halloween scrapbook paper ($14, amazon.com)

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Glitter Slime

This one will be your child's favorite. Using glitter glue, Borax, and water, make these monster slimes in all their favorite colors to create a new squishy pal.

Get the tutorial at The 36th Avenue.

Tools you'll need: Elmer's glitter glue ($3, amazon.com), Borax ($10, amazon.com)

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Frankenstein Sun Catcher

Hang this easy DIY craft on your window to cast shades of green across your home. Easy and fun to make, your kids will love it.

Get the tutorial at From ABCs to ACTs.

Tools you'll need: contact paper ($8, amazon.com), green tissue paper ($8, amazon.com)

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Felt Halloween Finger Puppets

Finger puppets are the perfect accessory for playtime. Give them a holiday twist with colored felt and googly eyes.

Get the tutorial at One Creative Mommy.

Tools you'll need: color felt sheets ($6, amazon.com), gelt glue ($4, amazon.com), color wiggle eyes ($13, amazon.com)

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Halloween Spider Handprint Craft

Spiders get a personal touch when made from hand prints and paper. Hang them along your walls for a fun decoration.

Get the tutorial at Thriving Home.

Tools you'll need: black paper ($9, amazon.com), wiggle eyes ($6, amazon.com)

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Popsicle Stick Puppets

Stage a show with these silly Popsicle stick puppets. Create your own monster version or go the traditional Halloween route with Frankenstein, pumpkins, or ghosts.

Get the tutorial at Crafty Morning.

Tools you'll need: colored paper ($10, amazon.com), popsicle sticks ($7, amazon.com)

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Monstrous Tissue Pompoms

Fold 10 sheets of tissue paper, per pompom, accordion style, and pouf up each flap. Once you attach facial features, you'll have a monster mash for days.

Get the tutorial at Persia Lou.

Tools you'll need: color tissue paper ($7, amazon.com), color cardstock ($15, amazon.com)

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Tattle Monster

Paint old tissue boxes solid hues with polka dot accents before adding paper teeth and egg carton eyes.

Get the tutorial at Giggles Galore.

Tools you'll need: spray paint ($4, amazon.com), googly eyes ($10, amazon.com), acrylic paint ($18, amazon.com)

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Popsicle Stick Monsters

Glue popsicle sticks together and paint them in darker tones to get little monsters that will surely scare everyone away.

Get the tutorial at I Heart Arts N Crafts.

Tools you'll need: colored popsicle sticks ($5, amazon.com), wiggle eyes ($6, amazon.com)

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Pinecone Bats

Hunt down all those fallen pine cones to create these flying bats. With felt wings and googly eyes, there's no stopping these critters.

Get the tutorial at Fireflies + Mud Pies.

Tools you'll need: wiggle eyes ($6, amazon.com), stiff black felt sheets ($13, amazon.com)

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Scarecrow Halloween Treat Bags

A perfect giveaway, these scarecrow bags are made with burlap and felt. Fill them with candy and hand them out to all your kid's pals.

Get the tutorial at Do More for Less.

Tools you'll need: burlap ($9, amazon.com), wiggle eyes ($6, amazon.com)

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Toilet Paper Roll Mummy

Paint toilet paper rolls black and roll them in gauze. Once created, these mummies can stand wherever they're placed for a little fear factor wherever you go.

Get the tutorial at Glue Sticks & Gumdrops.

Tools you'll need: black tempera paint ($8, amazon.com), paint brushes ($7, amazon.com), gauze ($5, amazon.com), googly eyes ($10; amazon.com)

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Halloween Witch Hat

Use a paper plate, Styrofoam, paint, and paper to create this dazzling hat.

Get the tutorial at Glued to My Crafts.

Tools you'll need: styrofoam cone ($7, amazon.com), black craft paint ($6, amazon.com)

Source: https://www.womansday.com/home/crafts-projects/g2490/halloween-kids-crafts/

16 Ways to Get the Kids Excited for Halloween

9 DIY Preschool Kids’ Crafts For Halloween

Barbara Donninelli

We've compiled our favorite Halloween kids' projects for you and your little goblins. Try your hand at making decoupage pumpkins, garlands, pasta skeletons, and even Halloween-themed piñatas!

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Just because the kids don't go trick-or-treating until October 31 doesn't mean that they can't celebrate Halloween all month long. These Halloween projects are a whole lot more fun than they are work—and your little ones can start in as early as back-to-school season.

Carving pumpkins on a cool autumn night is just one of the ways you can celebrate the upcoming holiday with age-appropriate activities for the whole family.

We're sharing an array of easy Halloween craft ideas that can be brought to life with just a few tools and supplies you ly already have in your home.

Are you hosting a Halloween party this year? Maybe you've invited the neighbors over for a freakishly fun Halloween dinner, or you're simply planning on dishing out more than just candy for those who come knocking on your door.

Kids can take an active role in decorating your living room, dining room, and making the front porch and yard so much more trick-or-treating friendly. Crafts our Halloween piñata help liven up any party space while also giving your youngest guests something to do during the event.

If you want to ensure young revelers work for their Halloween candy, there's no more fun way to do just that than by asking them to swipe at a giant Jack-o'-Lantern strung up on the front porch.

You (and your little ones!) can create your own in just a few steps with the help of one of our printable templates.

This season, we encourage you to think beyond pumpkins and jack-o'-lanterns as you dream up crafts for your kids—from cackling witches to sinister spider webs and chilling skeletons, these festive Halloween projects will keep children entertained all season long.

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Get the Halloween Paper Mobiles How-To

Owls and spiders make family-friendly companions on Halloween. Print our templates and cut them out, then enlist help from the little ones to assemble the pieces. They'll flutter and spin as they dangle from the ceiling.

Barbara Donninelli

Jaunty jack-o'-lanterns, foreboding bats—these are Halloween-appropriate versions of the classic paper-doll chain. Begin by selecting the template you'd to create, and then print it onto your choice of paper before cutting it out.

Fold your choice of colored paper as indicated on the template; align the edges of the template with folds, and trace with a pencil. Be sure to leave part of the folded sides intact. To finish, cut out the tracings and unfold into a chain.

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For a cute accessory that can help pull together a last-minute Halloween look, the kids will love making skull necklaces and bracelets.

They're made simply from oven-bake clay, and you'll need to braid a few different colors of embroidery floss into necklaces by knotting the ends.

Start by rolling a marble-size glob of clay into a sphere, then pinch one end of it to create a chin—make an indentation with your thumb for a pronounced brow.

Using a toothpick, gouge out a pair of eyes, make two deep-angled marks for a nose, and scratch in some cross-hatched teeth. Push the toothpick through the clay's top to make it a bead—then, bake these beads according to your package's instructions. Thread the embroidery floss onto the needle, and then through the beads; tie it close to finish.

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Sticky green slime is great as a party favor or an inedible candy substitute for trick-or-treaters. Start by stirring two teaspoons of guar gum into four cups of hot water with green food coloring; then, push this mixture through a strainer using a spatula to remove lumps.

Mix another two teaspoons of borax with one-and-a-half cups of water until its dissolved; stir slowly into the guar gum mixture. Let the mixture cool and the slime thicken, then decant it into small lidded containers with a few plastic spiders from a novelty store.

Finally, print out our label template, cut it out, and adhere it to your jars with double-sided tape.

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Get the Colorful Leaf Decoupage Pumpkin How-To

To make these decorative pumpkins, we cut out leaves using templates and layers of bright tissue. You can achieve one of two different looks—coated in colorful leaves, pictured here, or paired with a pretty printable design below.

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Get More Costumes How-Tos That Kids Can Make Themselves

This four-eyed accessory can be put together fast and is fun for kids of all ages. It's a sufficiently understated parrot costume—kids can make this costume in a flash. Glue a yellow beak and add feathers to green eyeglasses frames.

Aaron Dyer

Made from text-weight paper, a whole horde of ghosts can be unleashed to greet trick-or-treaters. Use a fringe cutter to cut down an entire piece of printer paper; fold the sheet over itself at every four-to-nine-strip interval, depending on the desired width.

Join the two ends of the paper with double-sided tape, and round the corners of the unfringed edge with scissors to create top of the ghost. Next, draw a face with black marker; open the ghost up to a cylinder with one end fringed.

Then, cut a two-by-one-half inch strip from a new sheet of paper; secure the strip across the top of the ghost head with double-sided tape to create a loop. Thread the string through the loop—and it's ready to hang.

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Get the Ghost Lollipop Favors How-To

If you have a wrapped lollipop and a pleated coffee filter, you can make these spooky surprises. The rounded tops of candy-on-a-stick are anatomically suited to recreate a group of ghosts.

Kate Mathis

Eek! Winged bats take flight and swarm around this handmade mobile. To begin, download and print our bat template, enlarging and reducing to create a variety of sizes if desired; cut out the template with scissors.

Trace the template onto black card stock, and then cut them out and fold them—to make one whole bat, fold a sheet of heavyweight black paper or cardstock in half widthwise. Then, place the template' straight edge along the fold, and trace its outline.

Cut out the paper along the traced line and unfold before folding the bat's wings where the template's dotted lines indicate. Repeat for each bat.

Next, make a small hole in the center of each bat using a thumbtack. Poke a piece of thread through each hole, and knot it—tie the bats to a tree branch (painting it black is optional). Hang the branch from two pieces of thread secured to the top of the window with flat thumbtacks.

These creepy, crawly paper mice are not so nice. Stick these unsavory critters on stair risers, baseboards, or any spot where they might give unsuspecting passersby a little jump.

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These witches and bats cause double trouble—as noisemakers and place cards. Download and print this template, then glue black paper to the backs for sturdiness before cutting them out.

For noisemakers, cut the mouth slit using a utility knife. Snip the stem off an orange balloon, and stick the cut end through the slit from the back.

Attach the printed round to a wooden craft stick using craft glue.

If you're creating place cards, fill in the slit with a black marker. Write a guest's name in iridescent pen on the black border of each round, and set them on dinner plates when finished.

Ellie Miller

Get the Witch's Broomstick Favor How-To

On Halloween night, give your little trick-or-treaters a proper send-off with broomstick favors filled with candy. They'll cackle with delight.

Aaron Dyer

Mischievous smiles make these skulls more sweet than scary. Before you start with the kids, take a minute to learn how to work with crepe paper.

To begin, paint both halves of an egg-shaped pressed-paper box (purchased at a local craft store) with white acrylic paint using a foam brush; let it dry. Then, using our template here, cut out the facial features in black crepe paper.

Use a glue stick to attach them to the front of the box, with the narrow end of the box as the chin.

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Glue dots are extra-sticky and adhere to balloons' latex surface better than double-sided tape. To begin, cut out this template—trace the shape onto card stock and construction paper and cut them out.

Decoupage the skeleton's face onto a balloon; trim a white paper garland into your desired size (here, we used 14 inches for a spine, 16 inches for arms, and 19 inches for legs).

Adhere the spine and arms to the balloon using Glue dots; add on legs, hands, and feel clip art with the same dots.

Get the Halloween Pumpkin Piñata How-To

Who's ready to put the “treat” in trick or treating? This easy-to-make piñata is actually a paper lantern disguised as a grinning jack o' lantern.

Source: https://www.marthastewart.com/275085/kids-halloween-crafts

50+ Halloween Crafts for Kids

9 DIY Preschool Kids’ Crafts For Halloween

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With Halloween just around the corner, what better way to get into the Halloween spirit but then to do some fun Halloween Crafts for Kids? You have come to the right place at The Best Ideas for Kids to get inspired with so many fun Halloween activities and crafts for your kids! We’ve gathered over 50+ of our favorite Halloween kids crafts. Which one is your favorite?

We’ve broken down the crafts into different sections for you to make it easy to find the perfect Halloween craft for your kids!

Pumpkin Crafts for Kids

Pumpkins have to be one of our favorite crafts around halloween. We especially to make the pumpkin slime and have fun playing with it afterwards!

1. Pumpkin Mason Jar Craft

2. My Little Pumpkin Keepsake Craft

3. Paper Strip Pumpkins

4. Build your own Jack-O-Lantern 

5. Halloween Pumpkin Slime

6. Paper Plate Pumpkin Strips Craft

7. Jack-O-Lantern Jars 

8. Handprint Clay Pumpkins

9. Paper Pumpkin Craft

And for a fun no-carve pumpkin decorating idea, be sure to see our melted crayon pumpkin tutorial.

RELATED: 15 Pumpkin Crafts for Kids

Spider Crafts for Kids

There are so many fun spider crafts listed below – from handprint spiders, moving spiders, climbing spiders and craft stick webs!

1. Spider Handprint 

2. Paper Spider Craft 

3.  Paper Plate Spiders 

4. Craft Stick Spider Webs

5. Climbing Spiders

6. Pom Pom Spider Kids Craft

7. Mason Jar Lid Spiders

8. Spider Foam Ball

9. Paper Plate Moving Spider

And if you haven’t seen the video of our spider handprint, hop over to the post to see how it’s made in action!

Mummy Crafts for Kids

Making mummies can’t be any easier! Grab some yarn, paper, gauze or tape and voila you have some pretty impressive mummies to share. And don’t forget the googly eyes!

1. Neon Mummy Jars

2. Cardboard Tube Mummies

3. Yarn Wrapped Mummy Craft 

4. Gauze Paper Roll Mummies

5. Masking Tape Mummy Craft

RELATED: See these adorable mummy cake pops – such a fun treat for Halloween!

Witch Crafts for Kids

Who says witches have to be scary? These friendly witches for Halloween will keep your kids busy! We especially the handprint witch card (it opens up to let you write a message inside!).

1. Newspaper Witch Craft

2. Paper Bag Witch 

3. Witch handprint craft 

4. Paper Plate Witch

5. Paper Plate Flying Witch Craft 

Bat Crafts for Kids

We think these bat crafts couldn’t be any cuter! The egg carton bats would look great hung up for a halloween party! And attach some of the paper tube hanging bats to your plants around the house too!

1. Hanging Bat Craft 

2. Paper Plate Bat

3. Pinecone Bats

4. Egg Carton Bats

5. Paper Plate Flying Bat Craft

Black Cat Crafts for Kids

These black cat crafts are perfect for Halloween but you can also have fun making them anytime of the year! Just change the color and make colorful cats too.

1. Paper Bobble Black Cat

2. Paper Plate Black Cat

3. Cat Craft with Paper Strips 

4. Handprint Black Cat

5. Paper Tube Black Cat

Ghost Crafts for Kids

Finally we have our favorite ghost crafts from cotton balls to handprints these ghosts are more friendly than scary!

1. Cotton Ball Ghost Craft

2. Easy Fabric Ghosts 

3. Handprint Ghosts

4. Ghost Slime Jar

5. Paper Plate Ghosts

RELATED: See these easy spooky halloween cookies and ghost marshmallow treats!

Looking for more Halloween crafts for kids? Check out these other fun Halloween craft ideas – perfect for toddlers or preschoolers too!

And if you love all of our handprint crafts here, be sure to check out these handprint spiders and handprint witch craft!

This Halloween Slime is perfect to make with kids and also would be great to give as gifts at a Halloween party!

Source: https://www.thebestideasforkids.com/halloween-crafts-for-kids/

40 Easy Halloween Crafts for Kids – Fun DIY Halloween Decorations for Kids to Make

9 DIY Preschool Kids’ Crafts For Halloween

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Sugar Drawings

As they paint over a “magical” sugar mixture, your kids will be shocked to see a unique design appear beneath it. Pro tip: Customize these invisible paintings with different designs for every holiday, and your kids will always have something fun to do.

Get the tutorial at Mod Podge Rocks.SHOP CARDSTOCK

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Monster Party Hats

“Spooky” and “scary” isn't for every kid. Try a brightly colored, more whimsical craft instead, these hilarious monster party hats.

Get the tutorial at Studio DIY.

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Rainbow Pumpkins

Here's an impossibly easy craft for kids that you can display proudly—and not just because it was made by your little ones! Pick out a few complementary hues (the tutorial below has some excellent suggestions), then let your kids go to town painting the pumpkins.

Get the tutorial at The House That Lars Built.

SHOP PAINT

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Paper Bag Monster Puppets

Another perfect option for the youngest children in your family, these comical paper puppets will have them laughing for days. The best part? You don't have to put them away once Halloween's over.

Get the tutorial at I Heart Crafty Things.

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Day of the Dead Pillows

This DIY sugar skull pillow may look too beautiful and sophisticated to be an easy kids craft, but we assure you, it is! The “face” is constructed almost entirely scraps of colorful felt. We suggest cutting out shapes for your kids (ages 8 and up will get the most this one), then letting them at the pillows with some fabric glue.

Get the tutorial at Club Crafted.

SHOP FELT

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DIY Silly Ghost Balloons

Who says ghosts have to be scary? These ones certainly aren't. Let your kids take turns drawing their own faces on the outside of the ghost “bodies” that drape over these balloons, or just take requests for different expressions: silly, worried, happy, and so on!

Get the tutorial at Studio DIY.

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Duct Tape Pumpkins

Carving with little kids can sometimes be challenging, especially if you've got more than one running around. This year, try using festive duct tape instead! Googly eyes—affixed to the tape with craft glue—are the finishing touch.

Get the tutorial at Mod Podge Rocks.

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Yarn Wrapped Mummies

As long as kids are old enough to wrap yarn around cardboard or card stock, this craft might even become one of their favorites. You can even string together their finished masterpieces to create a cute garland.

Get the tutorial at I Heart Crafty Things.

SHOP WHITE YARN

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Confetti-Dipped Pumpkins

This fun, two-part DIY will delight your kids, and it can pull double duty as decor at your big Halloween bash. First, your kids can paint these mini pumpkins; next, they'll have fun dipping them in confetti (just so long as you've done the trickier glue work beforehand!).

Get the tutorial at Studio DIY.

SHOP PAINT

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Glow in the Dark Nail Polish

Not only can you and your kids mix together this nail polish (with proper supervision, of course!), but you can also take turns painting each other's nails. Two activities for the price of one makes this the ultimate bonding craft.

Get the tutorial at Mod Podge Rocks.

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Treat Box Haunted House

Paper treat boxes are the perfect base for kids to dream up and decorate their own haunted houses. Make a set and then display them on your mantel you would a Christmas village.

Get the tutorial at Lawn Fawn.

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Halloween Pins

Youngsters can celebrate Halloween all month long by wearing these clay pins, which are shaped with cookie cutters, on their backpack or clothes.

Get the tutorial at Handmade Charlotte.

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Festive Finger Puppets

These tiny trinkets are just the thing to keep your children occupied when grocery shopping or driving in the car.

Get the tutorial at One Creative Mommy.

SHOP FELT

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Halloween Tic-Tac-Toe Game

Kids will be entertained for hours with this Halloween-themed tic-tac-toe game they can make from scratch.

Get the tutorial at Made to be a Mom.

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Halloween Party Poppers

Let your kids customize the outside of these party poppers (which double as party decor and favors) after you've stuffed them with Halloween treats and candy.

Get the tutorial at Onion Rings and Things.

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Paper Pumpkins

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Pumpkin Apple Stamps

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Candy Corn Party Hat

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Googly Eye Halloween Treat Bags

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Cotton Ball Ghost Craft

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Spider Cookie Sandwiches

The only thing better than a Halloween project is one you can eat! These cute cookie spiders are just the the thing to make together after school.

Get the tutorial at Positively Splendid.

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Leaf Ghost Craft

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Halloween Paper Lantern

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DIY Halloween Puzzle Craft

This easy project is a Halloween craft and game in one. Plus, this blogger shows you how to make them reversible.

Get the tutorial at Made Everyday.

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Bat Pillow

Youngsters will go batty for this fun and colorful pillow project, which they can proudly display during the month of October.

Get the tutorial at Made Everyday.

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Paper Plate Pumpkins

Watch your toddler's eyes light up when they see their very own jack-o'-lantern come to life from a mere paper plate and construction paper.

Get the tutorial at Housing a Forest.

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DIY Monster Bookmarks

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Halloween Clay Handprint Keepsake

Source: https://www.countryliving.com/diy-crafts/g4950/easy-halloween-crafts-for-kids/

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