Halloween Crafts

by Michelle Clarke
Creative Arts Coordinator

There are so many fun Halloween crafts! Here is a shortlist of a few of my favourites that are easy to prep and budget friendly : )


Paper Plate Spider (iheartcraftythings.com)
I recently made a similar craft to this with our senior preschool class, and not only did we have fun making them, but the kids played with them for a long time afterwards and had fun singing songs and making funny voices for their puppets too!


Puffy Ghosts (thrivinghomeblog.com)
This one is really simple (all you need is paper, glue and a bag of cotton balls) and great for preschoolers.




Paper Plate Witch Craft (craftymorning.com)
Kids can decide to make either a good witch or a bad witch!




Finger Print Bat Silhouette (craftymorning.com)
This one is great for younger kids because it’s not too complicated and the finger painting is fun and sensory…but this would also be great if you have a variety of ages – the older ones can just do more themselves and maybe get extra creative with the colours or painting.


Mini Mummy Pinatas (diycandy.com)
So fun! Kids of any age would love this…I can’t wait to try it myself!




Secret Message Pumpkins (readingconfetti.com)
Another great one for all ages.




If you love these ideas but don’t have the time or energy to make them happen, come out to our fall fair on October 28th from 1-4pm, where we’ll have a craft station set up as well as many other fun Halloween activities.

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