7 Unique Halloween Crafts for Kids
Posted on September 16 2021
Halloween is an exciting time of the year. It is the prime time of the year to show off your creativity! Using your imagination, you can decorate and create costumes to transform into whoever or whatever you want to be. Celebrate Halloween with your children or students in a unique way with these easy craft ideas and lesson plans.
Whether your Halloween style is a sparkling skull or a bright orange pumpkin, Creativity for Kids Halloween Easy Sparkle Window Art is the perfect craft to bring the Halloween spirit to your home. This craft kit includes 7 Halloween-themed window art designs including: pumpkin, Frankenstein, skull, candy corn, ghost, witches’ hat, and cat. Making window clings is simple! Just fill the foam foil outlines with a selection of four Halloween-themed window paint, then add rhinestones and wiggly eyes. When the craft is complete, display your Halloween Window Clings on any glass surface!
Our new Face Paint Studio kit is perfect for Halloween. Transform your child’s face into a new character with the included easy-to-wash face paint, paint crayons, sponges, brushes, tattoo sheets, and a stencil sheet. Easy for kids and beginners, the face paint included has cosmetic grade components that have been tested for quality and skin safety.
Inspired by Austrian artist and architect Friedensreich Hundertwasser, this haunted house lesson plan teaches kids the concept of architecture while designing their own haunted houses with oil pastels or crayons.
A fun Halloween craft for all ages! Grab our Creativity for Kids Hide & Seek Rock Painting Kit and create creepy monster faces out of rocks to share or hide around your neighborhood. This Halloween activity encourages creativity and allows children to have the creative freedom to get as detailed or simple as they want. Add wiggly eyes for extra spooky fun.
Love decorating monster rocks? Take your crafting a step further with our Glow in the Dark Rock Painting Kit.
Scary stories of ghosts and goblins are paired best with a spooky spider bookmark. This simple craft is not only fun but useful after it is complete. Jumbo craft sticks, paint, and pom poms are the key components to this Halloween craft.
Spooky spiders don’t just have to keep your place in a book. This spider paper plate craft is a great way to decorate the home for Halloween. Not only is this craft creepily cute, but it is also another great way to exercise fine motor and creativity skills through painting, cutting, taping, and gluing. Get creative with colors, textures, and features.
This colorful art lesson is not only colorful but full of culture. Teach your children the meaning behind Dia De Los Muertos by creating a unique mixed-media shadow box, or “nico,” customary to the Mexican holiday. Children will have fun shaping and painting clay and decorating with colorful embellishments.
Happy Halloween! Our Halloween crafts for kids are a great way to spend time with your family in a creative way.
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