Dress up your Halloween with 3 dimensional paper pumpkin decorations. These pumpkins are simple to construct – all you need […]
This mummy craft is perfect for the youngest of crafters. Not only is it fun, but it helps develop fine-motor […]
This witch’s brew is a tasty treat that kids will love to eat! A fun way to make lunch special […]
Covered in spooky eyeballs, these painted wooden letters make for a fun Halloween door decoration!
Give your candy corn personality … it is absolutely easy peasy! Use these little guys to decorate cupcakes, cookies or […]
A cup of hot cocoa and bloody eyeball is the perfect treat for a chilly night or after Trick-or-Treating! Kids […]
Here’s some easy and spooky one-eyed spider donuts that you can make with the kiddos on Halloween! These would be […]
Encourage some open-ended creating with these simple materials. A fun way to get ready for Halloween, young ones will really […]
This felt board allows kids to make tons of different Jack o’Lantern faces. A fun activity that’s perfect for the […]
Spooky eyeball candies… so EASY that a two year old can make them! Makes a FUN Halloween gift as well!
Wrap up a wreath of Styrofoam brand foam in white, yellow and orange duct tape to make a quick Halloween […]
Thanks to duct tape, these candy corns are fun and fast to make. For the younger set, use a plastic […]
Make this tasty Cookies and Cream Popcorn dressed in orange and black for Halloween. Great for a Halloween party or […]
This activity is the perfect mix of art and the outdoors! Take the kids outside to create some Halloween inspired […]
Have fun playing Halloween Charades with your family or at a Halloween party! A fun holiday twist on a classic […]
Turn clear glass jars into vampires, cats or your favorite Halloween ghouls. Give them as gifts, keep them as decorations, […]
Turn a take-out carton into an adorable bat favor box, filled with all sorts of treats. A great project for […]
Use a plastic cake pan to mold this skull out of white chocolate popcorn for Halloween or a pirate party.
Make these cute little drawstring bags decorated with glitter paint Jack o’Lanterns. They make for great party favors!
Here’s a step by step tutorial for making a Halloween Candy Centerpiece that’s great for a Halloween party.
If your kids love Mr. Potato Head, they are sure to love Mr. Pumpkin head too!
Fun color mixing experience that makes beautiful window art for your home! Easy enough for toddlers to paint with the […]
Turn a paper plate and an empty cardboard tube into a cute paper plate pumpkin. There are two versions of […]
Turn your name into a skeleton, perfect for Halloween! This is a great activity for a group or class setting, […]
Sweet gummy candy ghosts made using fruit pectin instead of gelatin. Great for a Halloween party or just for fun!
These Yummy Jello / Pudding Candy Corn Treats are sure to be a hit with the kids, and would make […]
Turn an empty box and plastic bottle caps into a fun Halloween-themed tic tac toe game. A great upcycling project.
This cheerful jack-o-lantern will bring a smile to anyone’s face this Halloween. Teens can do this project independently, but younger […]
Transform a rubber kitchen glove and gauze into an awesome glowing mummy hand. This creepy hand is fun to make […]
Use oh-so-trendy chalkboard paint on pumpkins to make these fun Halloween word searches! They’re just as fun to solve as […]