Halloween Crafts for Preschoolers

Halloween is just around the corner! In just a few short weeks, we’ll be preparing for all things trick or treating! To get your toddlers in the Halloween spirit this year, what better way than a few fun and easy crafts! These crafts are so easy to do that your toddlers and preschoolers can do them on their own! From monsters to vampires to pumpkins, here are  20 Easy and Fun Halloween Crafts for preschoolers and toddlers!

Paper Roll Monsters

These adorable Paper Roll Monsters are easy to pull off… all you need to do is save some empty toilet paper rolls, get some construction paper and glue and markers and your set! Super cute from Easy Peasy and Fun!

Halloween Styrofoam Cup Craft

Just get some wiggly eyes, styrofoam cups, craft paint, pipe cleaners and a black marker. Super cute craft from Natural Beach Living!

Spider Craft

Super easy and the littles are always excited to paint something other than paper!! Just get yourself some mini pumpkins, craft paint, construction paper, and wiggly eyes! Super cute decor for your front porch or entry way! Thanks Buggy and Buddy!

Footprint Halloween Ghost

You’ll need to be a little more hands-on for this craft… but it will be one you’ll treasure forever! Thanks Modpodge Rocks Blog!

Popsicle Stick Pumpkin Craft

This one is a simple one for sure! You just need popsicle sticks, craft paint, and some glue! Add wiggly eyes if you’ve got them! Thank you Easy Peasy and Fun!

Spider Puppet Craft

Your kids will love this craft that they can play with! You just need construction paper, some heavy paper, black craft paint, and wiggly eyes!  Thanks Fantastic Fun and Learning!

Masking Tape Mummy Craft

This one is crazy easy… just cut out the little mummy silhouette for your toddler, and let them have at it with some masking tape! Thank you for the fun idea No Time for Flash Cards!

Vampire Wooden Spoons

Find yourself some colorful spoons, felt, and pipe cleaner for a cute little vampire craft from Easy Peasy and Fun!

Cupcake Liner Bats

You’ll just need a coffee filter, some cupcake liners, and your other usual crafting supplies to make this cute little craft from I Heart Crafty Things!

Mini Ghost Pinatas

You could even make these cute little Ghosts as a take home treat after a Halloween party! You ust need paper cups, tissue paper, string, and some treats to fill the cup! Thanks Red Ted Art!

Button Pumpkin

Adventure in a Box  has a great template for you to use for this darling craft! Then you just need some cardstock paper, tape and some buttons and beads and glitter! This one is a fun one!

Spin Art Pumpkins

You just need some paint, paper plates, construction paper and a salad spinner to pull this one off from Rainy Day Mum!

Paper Plate Spider Web

This is a great craft to work those fine motor skills! Just get a small black paper plate, white yarn, a hole punch, and a plastic spider! Thank you Jinxy Kids!

Toilet Roll Crows

Here’s another toilet paper roll fall craft for your little ones! Check it out over at Happy Hooligans!

Painted Rock Monsters

These painted rocks would be fun for any time, not just Halloween! Thanks Easy Peasy and Fun!

Pumpkin Craft and Name Activity

Head on over to Fantastic Fun and Learning to see how she incorporates her kids’ names into this cute Pumpkin Paper Plate craft!

Paint Print Ghosts

Happy Hooligans has a quick and easy craft idea involving paint and construction paper and ghosts!

Spider Web Halloween Craft

This darling spiderweb craft is another great one for fine motor skills from Buggy and Buddy!

Pumpkin Suncatchers

Artsy Momma has a darling pumpkin suncatchers idea! I love having things like this hanging on my living room windows, especially on sunny fall days!

Cotton Ball Ghost Craft

Here’s another fun one from Happy Hooligans… let the kids’ creativity shine with cotton and glue! Sounds messy, but it’s actually fun and easy to do!

What are your favorite Halloween and Fall Crafts for your Toddlers and Preschoolers?

Types: Art, Crafts, Family, Kids
Categories: Decoration, Inside The House, Halloween

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