Does your child enjoy crafts as much as we do? I sat with my 5-year-old son and let him choose as many Halloween crafts he’d like to do after school. We found 20 plus Halloween crafts for kids chosen by our son, then I added in a few I’d love to do.
We are HUGE fans of Halloween in our house, so as soon as it gets to September we are getting ourselves prepared and excited about it!
From picking our costumes to deciding which fun party games to play and what spooky looking food we can make for our annual Halloween party with all of the family. Our most favorite part to the lead up of Halloween is doing arts and crafts, our eldest son is always asking if we can make Halloween crafts and I love it as it means we get to spend quality time together as well as having fun.
Crafts are also a great way to encourage creativity in your child as well as bring out your inner child. And what better way to make your house full of scary Halloween themed crafts.
20 Plus Easy Halloween Crafts For Kids Chosen By Our Son
This is what happened when I let my son find his favorite Halloween crafts. Here’s our list of 20 plus Halloween crafts for kids.
Halloween Crafts For Kids
Get crafty with the kids this Halloween with these fun and easy Halloween craft ideas.
When our son Channing saw these he got super excited. Where we live people collect and paint stones for children to find so these mummy painted stones are great if this is something your community does. We've actually made a few painted stones ourselves. We usually paint the stones white and let our boys loose with the Sharpes.
Hopefully, your children are at an age when they are not scared of The Nightmare Before Christmas, if they haven't seen it its a must-see. Our boys love it. This craft is great because it's so simple to use and only requires a paper plate, black paper, glue, and scissors. The spider isn't essential unless you have some laying around the house we don't so will do without.
I would have skipped past this but Channing and Luke made this yesterday and they both really enjoyed making it. If you head to there website there's a free pdf downloadable that you can print out and color right on to. Fold it up once you're done and you have a nice piece or Halloween art.
Do your kids love collecting leaves? Well, now they can actually use them for something fun! Make some scary ghosts with leaves. It's also a great way to get your kids out if they tend to stay in a lot. Tell them you need to go out to the woods to find some big leaves to make some Halloween ghosts.