10/31 | Halloween Crafts for Toddlers and Preschoolers

No matter what age you are, Halloween can be such a fun holiday! From dressing up to decorating the house to creating fun DIY projects, there are just so many ways to celebrate. These Halloween Crafts for Toddlers and Preschoolers will help get even the little ones in your family involved in the festivities. Plus, it’s so much fun to look back on these fun craft projects in the years to come.

The great thing about these crafts is that you probably have most of the supplies you need on hand already. Anything you still need can easily be picked up at your local dollar store making these crafts quick, easy and inexpensive! Best of all, just think about all the fun you can your kids can have making these fun not-so-spooky Halloween projects. No kids at home? Invite over your nieces and nephews for an afternoon of fun! 

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Halloween Crafts for Toddlers and Preschoolers

Handprint and Footprint Halloween Art <<<< These will be keepsakes for years to come!

Halloween Torn Paper

Potato Stamp Ghosts <<<No potatoes? Try using old sponges instead!

Halloween Toilet Paper Roll Crafts

Easiest Paper Plate Pumpkin Craft <<<Super simple to make! See how many different Jack O’Lantern faces the kids can come up with! 

Ghost Lollipops

Halloween Slime <<<use under supervision! Little ones may try to put it in their mouths. 

Apple Stamping Pumpkin Craft

Witch Papercraft For Halloween

Footprint Ghost

Gauze Mummy

Paper Jack O’Lantern <<< You might need to help with the folding but this is a great way to practice scissor skills. 

Easy Cotton Ball Ghost

Painted Rock Ghosts <<< Try challenging the older kids to see what else they can make besides ghosts!

Aren’t these fun Halloween craft ideas to make with your toddlers and preschoolers? With a few changes, the older kids would enjoy making most of these too. Sitting down and working on some crafts is not only a great way to have some fun, it can help keep the kids busy (and out of the candy bucket!) too. 

Which one of these craft projects are you going to make with your family? We’d love to see pictures of them! Happy Halloween!