Halloween is such an exciting time of year! I know plenty of kids plan their entire year around this one day. Spend the time leading up this day with lots of fun activities such as these below, that are guaranteed to keep your children engaged and enthused!
How fun are these jars filled with slime? The Best Ideas For Kids explains what is needed to get your kids all excited about slime!
Get your kids hands moving with this three-ingredient, candy slime from Stacey at the Soccer Mom Blog. This is such a creative way to use all of that candy!
All it takes is five minutes to put together this sensory bottle that Stacy from the Soccer Mom Blog, came up with. Keep your little ones entertained for hours putting it together and watching the magic, once it’s all done.
And if spiders aren’t your thing, you can try this sensory bottle with monster eyes that Stacey also came up with.
If your kids just can’t enough of monsters, try these fun monster headbands from Valerie at Val Event Gal.
What’s Halloween without the witches? The Best Ideas For Kids shows you how to help your kids create their very own witch using their own hands.
Shellie from Craftbits puts together an exciting activity where kids get to make their very own spider clips. Clips can go in a child’s hair, or own a hat, as apart of a necklace, and so much more!
Warm up those cold water bottles with this super cute water bottle koozie, disguised as a jack-o-lantern from Stacy at The Soccer Mom Blog.
If your child is into magnets, these do-it-yourself foam magnets made by Mary at the The Flying Couponer, are the perfect craft for them!
Get your kids excited about crafting with these felt craft monsters from Stacey at The Soccer Mom Blog.
Let your kids create the ultimate haunted house with these hanging bats made from plastic cups!
Make a game out of ghosts, with this interactive activity from Stacey at the Soccer Mom Blog.
Try these super easy spiders made from paper plates. Kids are sure to love putting together their own creepy crawlers that Shellie from Craftbits came up with.
Decorate the house or classroom with these fun, Kleenex ghosts from Shari at Diary Of A So Cal Mama.
Halloween is such an exciting time of year! I hope you and your little ones get the most out of it with these simple crafts that require little to no prep.