25 FUN Halloween Crafts for Preschoolers

Looking for some Halloween crafts for preschoolers?

 

I have 25+ FUN Halloween crafts for preschoolers that they will LOVE! These are fun, easy, and perfect to do in the classroom or at home.

 

Let’s get started with some Halloween crafts!

 


#1: Leaf Ghosts

 

What a fun combination of a fall and Halloween craft for preschoolers! This is a must-try leaf craft this season.

 

Making ghosts out of leaves is REALLY easy, and they turn out so cool.

 

leaf ghost craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • leaves
  • acrylic paint
  • black Sharpie
  • white chalk marker

 

 

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B. Set-up

 

Head outside and have the kids pick some leaves! We chose to pick maple leaves because they are big and look more like ghosts, but you can use any sort of leaf for this project.

 

C. Activity

 

Have the kids paint the leaves using acrylic paint! We used white, orange, black, and purple for Halloween colors.

 

Let the leaves dry! This will take about 20 minutes.

 

Then, the kids will use a black marker to create the ghost’s face. If you decide to make a black leaf, they will use a white chalk marker to make a face!

 

You can even create decor using these leaves by using a hole puncher to punch a hole at the top of the leaves and string a string through it. Hang it up on the mantel!

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#2: Bat Handprint Craft

 

This Halloween craft for preschoolers is just adorable! It’s a must-try activity for the season.

 

Handprint crafts are always the ones we keep around; I love looking back at them.

 

bat handprint craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

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B. Set-up

 

To create the bat, make a circle for the face, an oval for the body, and two triangles for the ears out of colored paper.

 

C. Activity

 

Paint your child’s hand and make a print on paper. Make sure to press down on their hand, so the print shows up completely.

 

Once the handprint is dry, you can cut it out!

 

Paste all the parts of the bat onto a piece of paper using a glue stick.

 

Lastly, draw a smile on the bat’s face and create two triangles for the bat’s teeth. How cute is this Halloween craft?!

 


#3: Cotton Ball Ghosts

 

Use a cotton ball to create ghosts for a Halloween craft for preschoolers!

 

This is a simple and fun craft that toddlers and preschoolers can make at home or in the classroom.

 

cotton ball ghost craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • washable paint
  • cotton balls
  • clothespins
  • circle paint brush
  • googly eyes
  • glue
  • black paper

 

B. Set-up

 

Attach a cotton ball or craft pom to a clothespin. Then, grab your white paint and black paper!

 

C. Activity

 

Using a pencil, draw a ghost shape onto the black paper, so the kids know where to dab the cotton ball.

 

Have them dip the cotton ball into the paint and make prints around the ghost shape! We create two ghosts on one sheet of black paper.

 

Then, have the kids glue on googly eyes and create cheeks using a circle paintbrush and pink paint.

 

Lastly, you can add a smile or a ghost face once the ghost dries.

 


#4: Noodle Pumpkins

 

Here is another cute pasta fall craft for kids! This one is great for Halloween, Thanksgiving, or a fall-themed craft.

 

I love the use of different noodles for this craft too. It was fun using the wheel pasta.

 

 

noodle pumpkin craft

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • cardboard/paper
  • acrylic paint
  • ziplock bags
  • parchment paper
  • art trays
  • googly eyes
  • glue
  • pasta (wheel and spiral)

 

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B. Set-up

 

You can either paint the pasta noodles by hand or place them inside a ziplock bag with some acrylic paint and shake it up. Then, dump out the pasta on parchment paper to let it dry.

 

The wheel pasta won’t be completely covered with this method because of all the holes in the pasta, so you may have to hand paint the spots it missed!

 

Then, you can paint the spiral noodles for the leaves of the pumpkins.

 

While the pasta is drying, you can draw and paint the pumpkins! Add googly eyes and a funny face on each one.

 

C. Activity

 

Once the pasta is dry, add a small amount of glue to the noodle and stick it down to the pumpkin around the face you created.

 

Then, glue down the leaf next to the stem you drew!

 

How cute and fun is this sensory fall craft for kids?

 

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#5: Alphabet Pumpkins

 

Here is a great Halloween craft for preschoolers that also works as a learning activity! This is a fun way for kids to practice the alphabet.

 

I love simple learning set-ups for kids. All you need is a few supplies you most likely have right at home!

 

alphabet pumpkin learning activity

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • cardstock paper
  • markers
  • clothespins
  • poms
  • washable paint

 

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B. Set-up

 

Draw a few rows of pumpkins on a vine on a piece of cardstock paper.

 

Write the letters of the alphabet in each pumpkin.

 

C. Activity

 

The kids will attach a craft pom to a clothespin and dip the pom into the orange paint.

 

The adult will ask the child to find a specific letter, and they will use the pom to paint the inside of that pumpkin! This will continue until all the pumpkins are colored in with the paint.

 

This is a great way for kids to review the letters of the alphabet in a fun and creative way!

 

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#6: Frankenstein Cutting Craft

 

This is the cutest scissor skills activity that you will ever do with your kids!

 

Try this not-so-scary Halloween craft for preschoolers is perfect to practice their cutting skills.

 

halloween craft cutting

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • colored cardstock paper
  • chalk marker
  • scissors
  • glue stick
  • glue
  • Sharpie

 

B. Set-up

 

Create Frankenstein’s face by making squares. Then, make semi-circles for his ears and paste them on.

 

Make his hair by placing his head down you made on the black paper so it will be the size you need. Next, draw a rectangle and make zig-zags at the bottom to look like Frankenstein’s hair.

 

Lastly, create his bolts out of black paper and paste them onto the sides of his face.

 

C. Activity

 

Paste the hair on top of his face. Then, make lines using a chalk marker for the kids to know where to cut. These lines can be straight, curvy, zig-zags, etc.

 

Have the kids create his face by gluing on googly eyes and making facial expressions using a marker!

 

Lastly, have the kids cut Frankenstein’s hair! They should try to stay on the lines you drew as much as possible.

 

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#7: Spiderweb Popsicle Sticks

 

This is one of my favorite Halloween crafts for preschoolers that we have done.

 

I love the different colors of spider webs, and the kids enjoyed using the thread to create them.

 

spiderweb popsicle stick craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

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B. Set-up

 

Have the kids paint the popsicle sticks using acrylic paint. You can make them a whole bunch of different colors or stick with one. You need 4 popsicle sticks for each web that you want to make. 

 

Wait for them to dry; this will take about 30 minutes to completely dry.

 

Once they are dry, the adult will hot glue them together. First, make a plus sign with the sticks, then glue the other two in the shape of an X behind the plus sign.

 

C. Activity

 

The kids will take the colored thread and wrap them around the spider web. Have them start at the bottom of the sticks by wrapping them around each stick, then make their way up towards the top.

 

Once they have wrapped the yarn around the sticks, grab a small piece of tape and tape the end to the back of one of the sticks. This will hold the yarn in place!

 

If you want to add toy spiders onto the popsicle sticks, the adult can hot glue them on.

 


#8: Monster Teeth Count

 

What a fun and colorful way to practice counting skills! Your kids will be hooked the second you say that candy corn is involved.

 

This is such a wonderful Halloween craft for preschoolers.

 

monster teeth craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • colored paper
  • scissors
  • Sharpie
  • candy corn
  • glue (optional)

 

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B. Set-up

 

Create your monster faces on colored paper by drawing a circle and horns! You can create this all in one or make your circle and attach the horns on the side with a glue stick if that is easier for you.

 

Also, make the inside of the monster’s mouth by making a semi-circle of red paper and paste it on.

 

C. Activity

 

Make a face for the monster using white and black paper to make the eyes, or just use googly eyes.

 

Write a number on the side of the monster’s face using a marker!

 

Have your little ones look at the number, say it, and then count how many pieces of candy corn they should put in the monster’s mouth.

 

They can either glue them on or just place them on. If you just place them on, this can be used repeatedly! 

 

What a fun counting Halloween craft for kids!

 

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#9: Q-tip Bats

 

Using Q-tips is a fun way for kids to practice fine motor skills and create art.

 

This Halloween craft for preschoolers is easy, simple, and turns out really cool in the end.

 

Q-tip bat craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • black paper
  • washable paint
  • Q-tips
  • white chalk marker

 

B. Set-up

 

Create a bat shape using a white chalk marker on black paper.

 

C. Activity

 

Have the kids dip their Q-tips in one color of the paint. Then, they will make prints around the bats.

 

They will grab more Q-tips and dip them in the other colors to fill in the blank spots around the bats. This is such a simple and fun Halloween craft.

 


#10: Mickey Painted Pumpkins

This Halloween Mickey Mouse craft is TOO cute and fun to make for the season.

 

Painting pumpkins is more fun than carving them if you ask me.

 

mickey craft pumpkins

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

 

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B. Set-up

 

Create a Mickey pumpkin by painting the top of the pumpkin black and the bottom red. Then, wait for it to dry!

 

C. Activity

 

Create Mickey ears out of black cardstock paper by drawing semi-circles on cardstock paper.

 

Have an adult hot glue the ears down on the pumpkin. I bent the bottom of the paper so it would sit on the sides of the pumpkin.

 

Lastly, hot glue poms or buttons at the front where the red and black paint meets to make Mickey!

 


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#11: Halloween Oobleck

 

Oobleck is the absolute BEST sensory activity for Halloween. Oobleck is a liquid, and a solid-it’s pretty much the coolest thing.

 

This isn’t quite a Halloween craft, but I had to throw it in this article because it’s too good not to share.

 

halloween oobleck

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

B. Set-up

 

Mix two cups of cornstarch and 1 cup of water in a bowl to make oobleck. Then, add in the food coloring that you want! We chose green for Halloween, so it looked like slime.

 

C. Activity

 

Add the oobleck into a sensory bin and place in your Halloween toys!

 

Your kids will love the feeling of the oobleck because when they pick it up, it can be a solid, but then it’ll quickly become a liquid.

 

The kids can cover the Halloween toys in the oobleck, and they can also create a witch’s brew using small cauldrons!

 

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#12: Q-tip Candy Corn

 

Candy corn is a staple Halloween treat! Even if you don’t love their taste, you’ll still love this Halloween craft for preschoolers.

 

How cute are these little candy corns? I love the facial expressions on them.

 

Q-tip candy corn craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • black paper
  • paint
  • Q-tips
  • googly eyes
  • glue
  • paintbrush

 

B. Set-up

 

Draw the candy corn shapes on black paper using a pencil, so the kids know where to make the prints with the Q-tips. You can even draw the stripes on them, so they know when to start a new color.

 

C. Activity

 

Have the kids dip their Q-tips into the white paint and create the tops of the candy corn. Then, work your way down on each one that you make!

 

Glue googly eyes on each candy corn. Then, you can make a smile or different mouth on each one using a paintbrush and black paint.

 

This is such a fun and easy fine motor craft for kids!

 


#13: Pumpkin Seed Craft

 

What do you do with all those pumpkin seeds after you carve your pumpkin? We eat many of them, but sometimes we have WAY too many.

 

I decided to use them for a Halloween craft, which turned out so cute!

 

pumpkin seed pumpkin craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • cardstock paper
  • acrylic paint
  • pumpkin seeds
  • glue
  • googly eyes
  • Sharpie
  • plastic bag

 

B. Set-up

 

Have the kids add some pumpkin seeds to a plastic bag and add a few squirts of acrylic paint. Shake it up and dump it out on parchment paper to dry. Make sure to spread them out on the parchment paper, so they don’t stick together.

 

While waiting for the seeds to dry, draw and paint a pumpkin shape on paper. You can paint the stem and leaf as well on the pumpkin.

 

C. Activity

 

Glue on googly eyes and draw on a mouth to each pumpkin using a Sharpie when the pumpkin is dry.

 

Have the kids glue the pumpkin seeds to each pumpkin. Then, they can just use regular school glue to paste them onto the pumpkin.

 

This is such a cute and fun sensory Halloween craft for kids!

 


#14: Monster Handprint Craft

 

Here’s another cute Halloween handprint craft to try.

 

My son loved this one because he can’t get enough of adding on googly eyes to projects.

 

monster handprint craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • colored paper
  • white paper
  • washable paint
  • googly eyes
  • glue
  • scissors
  • glue stick

 

B. Set-up

 

Paint your little one’s hand the color they would like their monster to be. Then, have them place their hand down on the white paper. Press their entire hand down so the print will show up completely.

 

C. Activity

 

Cut out the handprint and use a glue stick to paste it down onto colored paper! We used orange construction paper for this project.

 

Then, have the kids use glue to attach as many googly eyes as they want to on their monster!

 

Have them create a mouth using a black marker! This is a cute Halloween craft you can make for a grandparent or just at home to put on the refrigerator for the season!

 


#15: Paper Spiders

 

There’s something so easy about regular old paper crafts. Sometimes you just need something easy that takes a few supplies.

 

This Halloween craft for preschoolers since it is easy for them to make and put together.

 

paper spider craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • colored paper
  • glue stick
  • scissors
  • googly eyes
  • marker

 

B. Set-up

 

Create the pieces of the spider for your kids. To create the body, you’ll draw an oval shape. For the legs, you’ll make two rectangle shapes that are connected.

 

Lastly, you’ll need to cut out a long rectangle shape for the spider’s web.

 

C. Activity

 

To work on some cutting skills, your kids can cut out all the pieces you draw! Of course, you can also do this step for them if you’d like.

 

Have the kids create each spider by gluing the legs to the body with a glue stick.

 

Then, they will glue the web to the back of the spider’s body. Lastly, add on googly eyes and a mouth using a marker!

 


#16: Pumpkin Cutting Craft

 

This pumpkin cutting craft is PERFECT for preschoolers. It’s simple and a fun way to practice.

 

It also makes for a cute Halloween craft for preschoolers! I love the faces on the pumpkins.

 

pumpkin cutting craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • construction paper
  • marker
  • scissors
  • glue stick
  • foam pumpkins (optional)

 

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B. Set-up

 

Draw a pumpkin shape on construction paper and cut it out. To make these pumpkins, I just traced one of the foam pumpkins we had.

 

C. Activity

 

We drew the faces on the pumpkins using a marker! This is a great way for your kids to practice drawing shapes.

 

Then, create lines for them to cut on at the top of each pumpkin (like they are carving the top of the pumpkin).

 

Cut out a small rectangle on brown paper for the stem of each pumpkin and paste it on the back.

 

Have the kids cut on the lines of each pumpkin! What a fun Halloween activity.

 

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#17: Frankenstein Fork Craft

 

Have you ever used forks to create art? If you haven’t, you’ll be hooked and want to find all the ways to create with them!

 

This Halloween craft for preschoolers is adorable and fun for kids to make.

 

halloween fork craft

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • colored paper
  • white paper
  • black paint
  • forks
  • googly eyes
  • markers
  • glue stick
  • glue

 

B. Set-up

 

Draw some rectangles for Frankenstein’s face. We also added ears to the rectangle; you can make semi-circles and attach them separately if that is easier.

 

C. Activity

 

Paste each one onto white paper. Space them out a little bit, enough so they can make hair for each one.

 

Draw in the bolts for Frankenstein using a marker. Have the kids create a face for each one. They will glue on googly eyes and make a mouth and lines on his face.

 

Lastly, have the kids dip their forks into the black paint and make prints on each one for their hair. They will love to see the prints appear and how it looks like Frankenstein!

 


#18: Haunted House Craft

 

How cool is this haunted house craft? There couldn’t be any more perfect Halloween craft for preschoolers than this!

 

It was so fun putting together all the pieces and parts for this haunted house. It’s a must-try activity.

 

haunted house craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • colored paper
  • glue stick
  • glitter scrapbook paper
  • glue
  • watercolors
  • scissors

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B. Set-up

 

Create the pieces of the haunted house. If you check out my photo above, it’s pretty much a bunch of rectangles and squares that we cut out.

 

The scrapbook paper is for the windows and the giant triangle in the center.

 

C. Activity

 

Have the kids glue the pieces down on the paper as they want. Then, create a fence at the bottom of the haunted house out of black paper.

 

You can use a glue stick to glue down the colored paper, but the scrapbook paper needs school glue to stay down.

 

We created a moon and pasted it at the top of the paper. Lastly, use black watercolors to paint the sky.

 

You can’t go wrong with this one. No matter how you do it, it’ll look cool because it’s a haunted house!

 


#19: Ghost Fork Craft

 

Here’s another fun fork craft to try with your kids! This time we made some ghosts.

 

This is a simple Halloween craft for preschoolers.  How cute are these ghosts?

 

ghost craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • black paper
  • white paint
  • fork
  • glue
  • black paint
  • paint brush

 

B. Set-up

 

Draw a ghost shape on a piece of black paper using a pencil for the kids.

 

C. Activity

 

Have the kids dip a fork into the white paint and make prints around the ghost shape with their forks!

 

Glue some googly eyes on the ghosts and paint a mouth on each one using black paint and a paintbrush.

 

This is an easy Halloween craft that the kids will love to hang up.

 


#20: Bat Paper Plate Craft

 

Here’s another fun way to use watercolors. Create this beautiful paper plate Halloween craft for preschoolers at home or in the classroom!

 

We also love using recycled materials to make art. For example, the bats are made from bottle caps! How cool is that?

 

bat paper plate craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • paper plate
  • bottle caps
  • acrylic paint
  • black and yellow paper
  • watercolors
  • star glitter
  • paintbrushes
  • hot glue

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B. Set-up

 

Paint the outer rim of the plate black using acrylic paint. Then, paint the inside a mix of blue and purple using watercolors!

 

Paint the bottle caps black.

 

C. Activity

 

Create the bat’s wings and ears from black paper and use hot glue to glue them on.

 

Hot glue the bats to the paper plate. Lastly, create a full moon using yellow cardstock paper and glue it on.

 

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#21: Halloween Color by Code

 

This color-by-code Halloween craft is a fun way for kids to work on numbers!

 

My son loves the color-by-code printables SO much! They are by far his favorite learning activity.

 

halloween color by code

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

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B. Set-up

 

Print off the sheets that you want to use!

 

C. Activity

 

Make sure your child understands how to read the key at the top of the page. Then, they will color each number in the picture based on what the key says.

 

These are my kid’s favorite out of all the printables I create. They love revealing the picture at the end!

 

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#22: Candy Corn Noodle Craft

 

Candy corn is a staple fall and Halloween candy! Your kids will LOVE making these fun and colorful candy corn crafts.

 

Using noodles for crafting is fun and super easy for the kids to do.

 

candy corn craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • cardboard/paper
  • acrylic paint
  • ziplock bags
  • parchment paper
  • art trays
  • googly eyes
  • glue
  • wheel pasta

 

B. Set-up

 

You can either paint the pasta noodles by hand or place them inside a ziplock bag with some acrylic paint and shake it up. Then, dump out the pasta on parchment paper to let it dry.

 

The wheel pasta won’t be completely covered with this method because of all the holes in the pasta, so you may have to hand paint the spots it missed!

 

While the pasta is drying, you can draw and paint the candy corn on cardboard! Add googly eyes and a funny face on each one.

 

C. Activity

 

Once the pasta is dry, add a small amount of glue to the noodle and stick it down to the candy corn around the face you created. We even added some cute little cheeks!

 

This is a great color-matching activity for the kids! They should match the colored pasta to the paint color on the candy corn.

 

What a fun and colorful craft for fall or Halloween!

 

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#23: Ghost Cutting Craft

 

Here’s another adorable and easy cutting craft to work on those scissor skills with your kids.

 

This Halloween craft for preschoolers is great for a Halloween party at school. It’s simple, and the kids will love making them.

 

ghost craft cutting

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

B. Set-up

 

Draw the ghosts on white card stock paper and cut them out. Then, glue on googly eyes and paint cheeks on the ghosts with pink paper and a circle paintbrush.

 

C. Activity

 

At the bottom of each ghost, create lines (straight, curvy, zig-zag, and boxy).

 

Have the kids use scissors to cut on the lines the best they can to make the ghosts.

 

You can even tape these up around your house as a Halloween decoration.

 


#24: Footprint Mummy Craft

 

Want something cuter than a handprint craft? A footprint craft!

 

This Halloween craft for preschoolers is just too adorable. These mummies are great for kids of all ages!

 

footprint mummy craft

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • colored paper
  • gray paint
  • white yarn
  • googly eyes
  • glue
  • tape

 

B. Set-up

 

Paint your little one’s foot gray and help them make a print on white card stock paper.

 

Make sure to press down their entire foot, so it shows up completely. Then, wash off their foot, do it with the other foot, and repeat the process!

 

C. Activity

 

Once they are dry, cut the footprints out and glue on the googly eyes.

 

Tape a piece of white yarn to the back of the foot and have your little one wrap is around the footprint several times, covering it up as much as they want.

 

Then, once they are done, tape down the end to the back of the footprint again. Lastly, paste the footprint onto colored paper!

 

This is just adorable and the perfect Halloween craft keepsake.

 


#25: Alphabet Skeleton Craft

 

Letter collages are a great way for preschoolers to learn the letters of the alphabet.

 

This makes for a great Halloween craft for preschoolers and it’s super simple to do.

 

alphabet skeleton craft

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

 

B. Set-up

 

Paint the white paint on your little one’s hands and upper arms.

 

Have them place them on the black paper and press down to create the prints!

 

C. Activity

 

Outline the X mark using chalk!

 

Lastly, you can glue Q-tips on to look like it’s the bones from an X-ray!

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#26: Noodle Spider Craft

 

Make spiders out of noodles and a sponge for a fun and different Halloween craft for preschoolers.

 

I love the prints that sponges make. It’s the perfect supply to make a spider craft.

 

noodle spider craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • sponges
  • acrylic paint
  • spiral pasta noodles
  • plastic bags
  • parchment paper
  • art tray
  • cardboard or card stock paper
  • googly eyes
  • glue

 

B. Set-up

 

Draw a circle shape on a sponge and cut it out. We created a few so we could make different colored spiders.

 

You can either paint the pasta noodles by hand or place them inside a ziplock bag with some acrylic paint and shake it up. Then, dump out the pasta on parchment paper to let it dry.

 

C. Activity

 

Make prints on cardboard or card stock paper for the spider’s body.

 

When the pasta noodles are dry, you can use school glue to glue them onto the paper or cardboard. Glue on googly eyes and make a face on each spider.

 

This is such a fun sensory craft for kids!

 


Final Thoughts and Conclusions

Halloween crafts for preschoolers are so much fun to do! It’s actually my favorite time of year to craft. The themes for fall are my favorite.

I hope you find some Halloween crafts for kids that you’ll try! I’d love to hear about what craft you tried with your kids at home or in the classroom.

 

Happy Crafting!

 

Deena

 

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