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Don’t miss these ghost activities for preschool! They’re perfect for your preschool Halloween activities. Find art, printables, songs and more.
Preschoolers tend to get a little excited about Halloween. They love dressing up, trick-or-treating, and eating the candy after the big night.
As you head into your Halloween festivities, check out this collection of preschool ghost-themed fun.
This list contains crafts, art projects, science experiments, and more. Choose one or more to do with your preschooler this month.
Ghost Activities for Preschool
These friendly ghosts will look sweet hanging from a decorative branch or hanging around your preschool room. Buggy and Bunny
Work on counting with this free Halloween countdown ghost. You can count down to one or up to 31. Choose whichever fits your students best. KC Edventures
This blow-painted ghost is so easy to put together for your little ones. You just need a few simple crafts supplies to set up this activity. Homeschool Preschool
Decorate the fridge with these mix-n-match magnet ghosts. Kids will love mixing and matching the ghost faces over and over again. The Soccer Mom Blog
Pom pom popper ghosts make a super fun rainy-day activity for little ones! The Craft Train
Ghost science? Yes! Your kids will love doing this ghost bubble science experiment over and over again! Little Bins for Little Hands
Handprint art is a fun way to sneak in a little sensory fun. This handprint ghost art project is perfect for October. Simple Everyday Mom
Creating salt crystal ghosts is a fun way to turn a simple science experiment into a fun holiday-themed science experiment. Go Science Kids
Turn a marshmallow into a fun art stamp to make these fun Halloween marshmallow ghosts. Coffee Cups and Crayons
Here’s yet another fun Halloween science activity. Your kids will be amazed when these ghost balloons inflate all by themselves! Mama Smiles
Teach your preschoolers the 5 Little Ghosts rhyme for a little singing, storytelling, and math all in one fun activity. The Preschool Toolbox
Hand puppets are wonderful learning tools for preschoolers. This no-sew ghost hand puppet is easy and fun to make. Mama Smiles
Get your kids in the kitchen this Halloween to whip up a batch of spooky ghost Halloween cookies. The Best Ideas for Kids
Turn a bunch of apples into healthy ghost treats for Halloween. It’s super easy to do! Non-Gift Toys
Introduce your kids to chemistry when you show them how to mix up a batch of ghost slime! Preschool Powol Packets
These contact paper ghosts are a great way to get kids moving and working on some gross and fine motor skills. Laly Mom 7
This ghost sensory bottle glows in the dark, and it’s sure to keep your little ones engaged for some no-mess sensory play. Rhythms of Play
While these floating ghosts do require a bit of adult assistance, but your kids can help. They’ll love decorating with them.
This ghost sensory bottle doesn’t glow in the dark like the one above, but it is just as cute. Mom Explores Southwest Florida
Here’s a giant spooky ghost your kids can make and hang around the house or the yard this Halloween. Preschool Powol Packets
These meringue ghost treats are super easy to make, taste yummy, and are so cute! Life at the Zoo
I can’t wait to make some spooky ghost footprints with my grandson next week! Messy Little Monster
If you’re looking for an awesome Halloween science activity that your kids will never forget, make some flying tea bag ghosts and you won’t be disappointed! Gift of Curiosity
If your kids are giving out candy bars for a Halloween party, let them make some ghost candy bar wrappers for a fun holiday twist. Organized 31
These are friendly paper ghosts, not too scary, and they are really easy to make. Picklebums
Must Have Resources:
When completing these crafts and activities at home, I find that the following resources are very helpful to have on hand.
BOOKS ABOUT ghosts
Fill your book basket with a great collection of preschool ghost books. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
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The Little Ghost Who Didn’t Like to Be Scary – Layla is a ghost and ghosts are supposed to be scary. They’re supposed to haunt castles and shout BOOO! But Layla would much rather play with her friends. When Halloween approaches, she needs to decide whether she’s going to be a proper ghost or if there’s another way. One that doesn’t involve being scary.
How to Make Friends with a Ghost – What do you do when you meet a ghost? One: Provide the ghost with some of its favorite snacks, like mud tarts and earwax truffles. Two: Tell your ghost bedtime stories (ghosts love to be read to). Three: Make sure no one mistakes your ghost for whipped cream or a marshmallow when you aren’t looking!
Gilbert the Ghost – Gilbert goes to ghost school like all the other ghosts, but he’s a special ghost: he doesn’t like to screech in a scary way, he doesn’t want to haunt and was always polite. What will happen to Gilbert when he’s sent by the principal of school to the Abandoned Tower?