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I’ve rounded up a great collection of Halloween crafts that are cute not scary. They’re perfect for little hands. And, they’ll get you in the Halloween spirit for sure!
Are you getting into the spirit of Halloween?
Do you need some fun new craft ideas for your preschoolers?
This collection of Halloween crafts is sure to entertain your little ones and put them in the holiday spirit!
Conker Spiders – Do you know what a conker is? I didn’t until I saw this craft. Now, I want to find some so I can make some spiders myself.
Decorating with Butternut Squash – These remind me of Larry the Cucumber! I love them!
Bubbling Eye of Toad Witches’ Brew SLIME – Kids will have hands-on fun with this Halloween slime.
Tissue Paper Ghost Craft – These tissue paper ghosts will make simple Halloween decorations for kids and adults.
Halloween Pumpkin Salt Painting – Your little ones will likely need a little assistance with these pumpkins, but the results will be worth the teamwork!
Shake It Up! No Mess Pumpkin Painting – No mess? Yes, please!
Halloween Treat Bags – Kids will love decorating their own Halloween treat bags.
Jack-o-Lantern Cut and Paste Activity – Kids will have fun creating one-of-a-kind jack-o-lanterns with this fun cut and paste activity.
Handprint Spider Craft – Another great keepsake craft… made with handprints instead of footprints.
Soda Dough Ghosts – With a few kitchen staples, your kids can create and decorate soda dough ghosts.
Paper Plate Monsters – These paper plate monsters are so spooky cute.
Spider Web and Spider Craft – With some craft closet staples, your preschoolers can make a spider. Then, they can hone their motor skills while they create a spider web for their spider to live in.
Paper Plate Craft Spider – When they’re done painting pumpkins, let your little ones paint some spiders.
Stained Glass Pumpkin Suncatcher – Your little ones will love displaying their artwork in the window for everyone to see.
Recycled CD Spider – If you’ve got old, scratched CD’s lying around the house, let your preschoolers turn them into spiders for Halloween!
Playful Rock Spider – There’s nothing spooky about these rock spiders.
2 Fun Pumpkin Crafts for Toddlers – Even your youngest kiddos can have fun crafting this Halloween season.
Toddler Made Glowing Ghosts – Oohh… spooky and cute all at the same time!
Glow in the Dark Loom Band Pumpkins – This is a great activity that allows little ones to work on their hand-eye coordination.
Egg Carton Spider Puppets – Don’t throw away your empty egg carton. Let your little ones turn it into a spider!
Ghost Mask – Your kids will love trying to scare you as they hind behind their ghost mask. Will you be able to ‘be scared’ without cracking a smile?