If you are looking for fun Halloween arts and crafts activities to make with your kids, you are going to love this list! I’ve rounded up more than 45 of my favorite Halloween crafts that kids — and parents — will love.
Whether you are looking for projects to make at home, or school crafts to make at a Halloween party, you’ll find something here.
There are fun string projects, crafts to make with recycled paper tube, painting crafts and more. You’ll find Halloween activities for little toddlers, preschoolers, and elementary-age kids, too.
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Halloween Crafts for Kids
If you are looking for fun Halloween arts and crafts activities to make with your kids, you are going to love this list! I've rounded up more than 45 of my favorite Halloween crafts that kids, parents, and teachers will love.
Pumpkin Crafts for Halloween
Pumpkin craft projects are a Halloween classic. Kids will love these fun Halloween Pumpin activities!
Here's a simple craft with instructions on how to make a witch using a foam cup, some pipe cleaners, and a bit of construction paper. I like this craft because the kids can be creative and design a witch with a unique look and personality.
Here's a unique interactive witch craft that you can make with just a few supplies. Kids will love making their witch fly around on her broomstick after they finish making this fun Halloween craft. Elementary kids with especially like this simple and fun paper plate Halloween craft.
These tin can spiders are a fun Halloween craft project that uses recycled materials. It's also a cute way to display your Halloween treats. You can fill these Halloween spiders with your favorite candy to make creepy Halloween decorations for your Halloween party.
This spider web yarn kid craft is sure to be a hit at class Halloween parties. The spider web yarn kid craft is inexpensive, easy to make, and will help little ones practice their fine motor skills while making a spooky craft to decorate with.
Here's another fun spider craft that is pretty easy and doesn’t require a lot of supplies. It's easy to make with kids -- even young preschoolers. You'll love this simple, fun and not-too-spooky Craft Stick Spider!
Mummy Halloween Art Projects
A bunch of fun ideas for making Halloween mummy crafts! Grab some yarn, paper, and don't forget googly eyes!
Check out this simple Halloween mummy craft that even the littlest toddlers will love. It's made with basic supplies like masking tape and construction paper. When the kiddos are done with the tape, just cut out the mummy outline to reveal the finished project!
This kid-friendly, non-scary Halloween bat craft is sure to be a big hit with the kids. It’s a simple paper craft that uses common crafting supplies and turns your child’s handprints into a cute bat keepsake.
Check out this fun Halloween craft to make with your kids: Clothespin Bats. After you make them, you can even add a magnet to the back use them to hold up other artwork on your fridge. Or, try stringing a group of them together and make a fun bat banner for an easy DIY Halloween decoration.
Black Cat Halloween Arts and Crafts
And last but not least, here are some of my favorite cat-themed Halloween arts and craft projects.
If you've never painted with forks, you've got to try it. Kids will love the sensory experience of painting texture -- as well as the finished project. Grab some black paint, construction paper, and plastic forks to create these fun Fork Painted Black Cats for Halloween!
When it comes to simple and easy Halloween crafts, nothing beats crafts made out of paper! This black cat papercraft is super easy and fun to make! Your kids will have one cut out and assembled in no time. They're so fun to make, it hard to stop at just one!
Sarah Stearns has helped millions of makers find their next craft project with free patterns and step-by-step tutorials on her blog, sarahmaker.com. Read more.
With over a decade of experience in knitting and crochet, she has been featured in prominent publications like The New York Times, Scientific American, Good Housekeeping, Vox, Apartment Therapy, and Lifehacker.