10 Great Halloween Crafts Your Toddler Will Love

Halloween toddler crafts roundup on KrisBeeMama.com

With Halloween comes all sorts of new and fun crafts and activities for kids. Not only will there be costumes to choose, candy to buy (if you want) and parties to attend, but you can fill a whole month of the year with themed crafts for your toddler!

Below are 10 great toddler crafts and activities:Child making a puffy paint pumpkin craft from messylittlemonster.com

1) Puffy Paint Pumpkin

Use our homemade puffy paint recipe to make the cutest pumpkin craft for preschoolers! This puffy paint pumpkin craft is so much fun to make and you only need shaving cream and glue (plus a bit of colouring) to make the puffy paint. To make this fun Halloween crafts for kids just print out a set of free printable pumpkin templates and follow our easy step by step instructions. The 3D effect on this puffy paint pumpkin when the paint has dried will really impress toddlers and preschoolers!

Instructions from Messy Little Monster.

Girl making a puff paint pumpkin for halloween from thriftyjinxy.com

2) Fist Bump Pumpkins

Along with Pumpkins, come fun pumpkin crafts and today we have a super easy one. The special thing about this craft is that it not only makes a fun and easy project, but it also creates a special keepsake.

Get instructions on Thrifty Jinxy.

3) Felt Monsters

Felt Monsters are super cute and easy to make. Today we have a fun and fantastic Monster craft idea which I am sure you will love. These are baby monsters and I think they are super cute. There is even a brilliant monster template for you to download for free so you can make your very own set of baby themed felt monsters. Enjoy.

Get instructions on The Inspiration Edit.

4) Monster Eyeball Slime

If you’re looking for a fun and creepy Halloween craft or activity to do, you’ll love this green eyeball Halloween slime! It’s gross and spooky looking and full of fake eyeballs for a Halloween party or craft.

Get instructions on Tuxedo Cats and Coffee.

Kid craft nightlights using foam cups and flashlights from scatteredthoughtsofacraftymom.com

5) Halloween Nightlights

These Easy DIY Nightlights are fun to make and are the perfect quick craft for the kids to do for Halloween (or anytime really!) The Nightlights are made with a mini-flashlight and a foam cup. The kids will have a blast making the nightlights and you’ll love the minimal supplies needed and being able to recycle the flashlights when done.

Get instructions on Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom.

6) Halloween Monster Rocks

Monster Rocks are a perfect Halloween idea when your on a budget. In fact, if you’re looking for something fun to make this Halloween then you may really enjoy painting these super cute monster rocks. This is an easy and simple craft for both children or adults and can be a lot of fun to create.

Get instructions on The Inspiration Edit.

Kid tic tac toe board with painted rocks for Halloween from momscollab.com

7) Halloween Tic Tac Toe

Even more than a Halloween game to play during the fall season, this tic tac toe game makes a great craft for busy and artsy fingers. This game board with ghost and pumpkin painted rocks was a fun experience creating!

Get instructions on Moms Collab.

8) Halloween Slime (without Borax)

With the fall weather (hopefully!) right around the corner, Halloween will be here before we know it! …this is the perfect indoor activity for chilly weather. Halloween Slime without Borax is a great alternative to all the spooky and scary activities around Halloween. You can adapt this basic slime recipe to whichever colors you would like to use.

Get instructions on Project Stepmom.

Pipe cleaner spider kid craft from momscollab.com

9) Pipe Cleaner Spider

Pipe cleaners are one of the best craft supplies for pipe cleaner spiders for Halloween because they are easy to bend into any shape. Once you get the basic idea of how to make a pipe cleaner spider, you can make them in all shapes, sizes and colors.

Get instructions on Moms Collab.

Pumpkin fruit cup craft for kids from eatingrichly.com

10) Fruit Cup Oranges (you can eat after!)

These cute Halloween fruit cups seriously took us about 15 minutes…It could have even gone faster if I had done them myself, but it was so much fun to watch him concentrate as he turned pipe cleaners into pumpkin stems and taped them on.

Get instructions from Eating Richly.

Have other crafts to suggest? Share them in the comments!

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