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This Halloween, let your preschoolers choose one or more of these preschool ghost crafts to make. They’ll love putting them on display.
Halloween is the perfect time to try one of these fun ghost crafts. They’ll make a great addition to your ghost activities or your general Halloween activities for preschoolers.
This list features blow-painted ghosts, tissue paper ghosts, salt dough ghosts, and many more!
The hardest part of these Halloween crafts is choosing which one to make first with your preschoolers.
Preschool Ghost Crafts
Are you looking for a new preschool Halloween craft to do this month? Check out this blow painted ghost your preschoolers will love! Homeschool Preschool
This Printable Ghost Halloween Craft would be a great activity for your classroom or homeschool Halloween Party! Kids love creating their own ghosts! Printable Crush
Print out the ghost template to make this easy paper ghost craft. It’s sure to inspire some wonderful imaginative play for preschoolers. I Heart Crafty Things
Adding cotton balls to a ghost template makes this ghost craft a great sensory activity for tots and preschoolers. My Bored Toddler
Kids will love making their own ghost mason jar glow lamps and leaving them beside their beds at night. Real and Quirky
These tissue paper ghosts can be made in any size. No tissue paper on hand? You can also use sheets, bags, or pillow cases. Rhythms of Play
DIY pop-up cards are easy to make, and they’re great to pass out to friends and loved ones this Halloween. Red Ted Art
Recycle some old music CD’s this Halloween by turning them into CD ghosts. Danya Banya
These popsicle stick ghost windows are a great way to use up scraps of Halloween scrapbook or wrapping paper. The Pinterested Parent
These paper roll ghosts would be such a nice handmade addition to any Halloween classroom treat. You can also fill them up with candy or non-candy treats. Non-Toy Gifts
These stained glass ghosts are easy and inexpensive to make. You can hang them in a window or string them together to make a Halloween garland. Glued to My CraftsYou won’t believe how easy it is to turn an old puzzle piece into a ghost pin or magnet. Crafty Moms Share
These puffy ghost crafts are super easy to make, don’t require much craftiness from the parent/teacher, and you’ve probably already got the supplies on hand. Thriving Home
I love this interactive ghost craft, and I guarantee your preschoolers will, too! I Heart Crafty Things
This adorable paper plate flying ghost is quick and easy to make and fun to play with. The Pinterested Parent
Make this spooky paper ghost picture for your next Halloween craft project. Simply print out the ghost template and cut him out. Glue him to a piece of black paper, and decorate him. Make Film Play
This super cute movable paper plate ghost craft is so easy to make and of course it looks fantastic too! Crafts On Sea
These little handprint ghosts look like they are saying, “Boo!” They’re simple to make and adorable to look at, because they features your preschoolers’ handprints and their artwork. A Little Pinch of Perfect
Make a set of these painted rock ghosts, and use them to retell stories, act as math counters, or hide them around town for a fun surprise. Easy Peasy and Fun
Recycled milk jugs and battery-operated tea light candles make great milk jug ghosts for Halloween. I Save A to Z
These popsicle stick ghosts are so easy to create. Put a magnet on the back of each one to decorate your fridge. Glued to My Crafts
Once your kids get a look at this yarn ghost garland, they’ll want to decorate everything in the house! Eighteen 25
How many ghosts will your crew make when you let them create a salt dough ghost family? Crafts by Amanda
Gather some white crepe paper or tissue paper and some old CDs, and your kids can make a whole collection of recycled CD ghosts. Glued to My Crafts
Whether you hang these spinning ghosts from the ceiling fan or in front of an open window, your kids will love watching them twist and turn in the wind. One Creative Mommy
Paper cup ghosts are easy to make, but the glowing noses on these ghosts make for a unique (and oh so cute) Halloween craft. Non-Toy Gifts
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.
If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them through my Amazon affiliate links by clicking the images below.
Ghosts in the House – At the edge of town lives a clever girl with a spooky problem: Her house is haunted! Luckily, she happens to be a witch and knows a little something about taking care of ghosts. She catches them, puts them in the washing machine, airs them out to dry, and gives them new lives as sofa covers, table cloths, and, of course, bed sheets to cozy up under.
Ten Timid Ghosts – It’s Halloween, and ten timid ghosts in a haunted house have a problem: a mean witch has moved in and is planning to scare them out, one by one! Young trick-or-treaters learn to count down from ten to one as each ghost flees from the witch’s silly costumes and homemade props.
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.