Since October is sneaking up on us I’ve gathered 13 of my favorite Halloween Kids Crafts. They’re for all different ages and abilities so pick the ones that will best fit your kids or grand kids interests. Confession time: I love Halloween crafts more than any other holiday, even Christmas. I think you’ll love these projects especially because most of them require very little supplies.
Let’s start with an easy paper craft I made years ago. It was also crafted by many followers and their kids after I shared it. I loved seeing all the pictures and how they made the Halloween Spook Banner their own. It’s actually not very spooky, I think that’s why kids love it.
This Black Sock Cat by Frog Prince Paperie is absolutely adorable and not spooky at all. I’m thinking we might have to make a few of these this Halloween.
Think of this Duck Tape Spider Pumpkin by Mod Podge Rocks as another way to decorate a pumpkin without having to carve it. I’m all for not carving!
This Spider Web Yarn Craft by The Crafting Chicks would be a fun craft to make during a classroom party. Even young kids can do it.
The kids are going to love making this Popsicle Stick Pumpkin Magnet by This Girls Life Blog. You probably already have all the supplies on hand.
I can’t get over how cute these Glitter Slime Monsters by The 36th Avenue are. They’re fun to make and play with, you can’t beat that.
Pumpkin Apple Stamps by Frugal Mom eh only take a few supplies and they’re fun to make. Kids can stamp the pumpkins then make their own faces for cards, banners, or to put on display.
Kids love making crafts they can eat. These Mini Donut Spiders by It’s Always Autumn are adorable and yummy.
This Beaded Pumpkin by Glue Sticks and Gumdrops would be another fun Halloween craft for the classroom. Only 2 supplies and very inexpensive.
How cute are these Mummy Mason Jars by A Little Claireification?! They can be a little Halloween night light or fill them with candy.
Your kids can make a whole cluster of these Paper Plate Spiders by I Heart Crafty Things in no time. They would be another fun classroom craft or make them at home and hang them in their bedroom.
If you have googly eyes you can make numerous Halloween crafts for gift giving or displaying. Check out these simple Googly Eye projects we made last year.
Kids love collecting rocks and painting so why not combine the two and make these cute Halloween Rock Magnets by This Heart of Mine. You can use them to display all their cute Halloween drawings and paintings this year and in the future.
So, which projects were your favorites? Grab a few supplies and have some crafting time with the kids this week. If you’re planning a school or home Halloween party you might want to have the kids make one of these fun craft projects to take home.
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