I love holidays! Halloween is the kick-off for the fall/winter holidays. To this day I still love carving pumpkins every year. However, I’m not especially crafty. So, I was so glad to find all these easy Halloween DIY crafts to do with my nieces and nephews. Number 9 is perfect for the new trend of hiding decorated rocks.

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Halloween handprints craft1. Halloween Handprint sensory play

This one is a little messy, but a whole lot of fun for your toddlers and pre-school age kids. Using their hands, some paint, and some fun Googly eyes kids can make their own Halloween creation. Check out My Bored Toddler for full details!

pony bead pumpkins2. Pony bead pumpkins

These cute pumpkins are easy to make, will be great decorations, and are a fun motor development skill for toddlers. Just make sure you watch your younger kids so none of the beads end up being eaten! I’ll be trying this one from Cutesy Crafts with my toddler.

Monster letter craft3. monster letters

Put crafting and learning together with these fun monster letters from Ginger Casa. Your little one can learn their letters by decorating them will googly eyes and all sorts of craft supplies.

paper plate witch hat4. Paper plate witch hats

These cute witch hats from Cutesy Crafts are great for a school party or to do at home. Provide your kids with some Halloween swag and let their creativity shine!



build your own spider craft5. Build your own spider craft

Gather your craft supplies and let your kids build their own spiders like these ones from Fab Working Mom Life. They can be cute, scary, or anything in between!

scarecrow paper plate craft6. scarecrow paper plate craft

This cute scarecrow is sure to put a smile on everyone’s face. Add a hanger per the instructions from Finding Zest and you can make it a fun part of your Halloween

milk jug ghost7. milk jug ghost

This milk jug ghost idea from My Mini Adventurer is easy fun. Use her velcro idea for the face pieces and it can be played with over and over again!

halloween diorama8. halloween dioramas

Use your old playdough containers to make these fun Halloween dioramas from Jennifer Perkins. They are perfect for adding a little Halloween sparkle to your decor.

pumpkin printable9. pumpkin face printable

This fun printable is a craft and activity all in one! Check out this Halloween themed book and printable craft from Happy, Healthy, Thrifty, Family.



Now that Halloween craft time is nearly over you can make one of these Thanksgiving jars from Supersize Family Kitchens. It’s never too early to start teaching our kids about being grateful.


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