20 Fun Halloween Crafts for Toddlers That Are Easy
Halloween is just around the corner! In just a few days, 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!
1. 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!
- a bunch of paper rolls
- paper or paints in assortment of colors
- wiggly eyes stickers
- scissors (regular and decorative)
2. Halloween Styrofoam Cup Craft
Just get some wiggly eyes, styrofoam cups, craft paint, pipe cleaners and a black marker to make these fun little spiders.
- 2 Foam Cups
- Craft Paint—red, orange, black, white
- Pipe Cleaners—2 black, 2 purple, 2 orange, 2 green
- 4 Googly Eyes
- Glue Stick
- Black Marker
3. Bat Silhouette Halloween Art
This easy Halloween DIY adds a splash of color in a fun and interactive art project!
4. 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!
5. Handprint Spider and 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!
- Crayola air dry clay
- Rolling pin
- Acrylic paint
- Mod Podge Gloss, Matte, or Satin (to seal)
- Knife or craft knife
- Wiggly eyes (optional)
- Glue (optional)
- Sharpie (optional)
6. 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!
- popsicle / craft sticks
- cardstock (we used an empty cereal box)
- white school glue
- orange and green paint
- black marker or paint
7. Spider Web Art Project
This unique and colorful spider web art project is a fun way to celebrate the spooky season!
- Watercolor paper
- White or light-colored oil pastels or crayons
- Watercolor paint in dark colors such as black, blue, and purple
8. 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!
- black paper
- masking tape
- a white crayon
- googly eyes
9. Vampire Wooden Spoons
Find yourself some colorful spoons, felt, and pipe cleaner for a cute little vampire craft this Halloween.
- wooden spoons
- wiggle eyes stickers
- purple and black paint
- white puffy paint
- black fabric
- red fabric or ribbon
- paint brush
- black marker
10. 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.
- gray 12-inch x 12-inch cardstock paper
- coffee filter
- black mini cupcake liners
- yellow paint
- paint brush
- googly eyes
- white chalk marker
11. Mini Ghost Pinatas
You could make these cute little Ghosts as a take home treat after a Halloween party or a Halloween decor.
- one paper cup
- tissue paper
- some string
- tape & glue
- treats to fill your pinata
- a black pen or black card & googly eyes for decorating
12. Button Pumpkin
This one is a fun one that the kids will love. There is a great template for you to use for this darling craft!
- free template from original post
- black cardstock paper
- many orange buttons and beads
- a few green buttons and beads
- (optional) orange glitter
13. Spin Art Pumpkins
This Halloween craft is super easy for your kids, it requires very little supplies and a lot of creativity!
14. 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!
- small black paper plate
- White Yarn
- Hole Punch
- Tape (any type)
- Plastic Spider (or plastic spider ring)
15. Toilet Roll Crows
Here’s another toilet paper roll fall craft for your little ones can have so much fun with this Halloween.
16. Painted Rock Monsters
These painted rocks are such a unique Halloween craft that would be fun for any time, not just Halloween!
- acrylic paints (white, black and colors)
- pencil with an eraser
17. Spider Web Halloween Craft
This darling spiderweb craft is another great one for fine motor skills. Plus they turn out darling and will make great decoration.
- Popsicle sticks
- Glue/hot glue gun
- Tempera paint in Halloween colors
- Yarn in black, white, and/or orange.
- Optional: Spider stickers
18. Pumpkin Suncatchers
I love these darling pumpkin suncatchers idea! It is great having things like this hanging on my living room windows, especially on sunny fall days!
- Coffee Filters
- Spray Bottle
- Green construction paper
- Gold Glitter Glue Stick
19. Cotton Ball Ghost Craft
Let the kids’ creativity shine with cotton and glue! Sounds messy, but it’s actually fun and easy to do!
- cotton balls
- construction paper
- black buttons
20. Glow Stick Pumpkin Jars
These glow stick pumpkin jars will probably require more attention from your part, but they are so darling and no-doubt your child will be fascinated!
Who knew that there is such a variety of Halloween crafts that your toddlers and preschoolers can make this season?! I love how some of these crafts work with their motor skills, while others are just a fun and simple way for kids to be creative. There is so much your child can do this Halloween. What are your favorite Halloween and Fall Crafts for your Toddlers and Preschoolers?
Be sure to check these other 6 great Halloween art projects that you can enjoy with the whole family!
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