9 DIY Preschool Kids’ Crafts For Halloween

9 diy preschool kids crafts for halloween cover

Halloween is approaching, and it’s high time to think over organizing parties, what to wear ad what to serve. If you have kids, you should think what to create together with them or for them and how to help them celebrate this special holiday. Today we are sharing a bunch of cool preschool kids’ crafts that you can make with your children and spend time together.

Do your kids love Halloween? Halloween is such a fun time for kids to dress up in costumes and do fun Halloween activities like crafts. There are countless craft ideas for kids to do for Halloween but making spiders is definitely a fun one. So today we’re sharing this adorable spider handprint craft. Not only is this Halloween craft fun for the kids to do but it will also make an adorable keepsake or gift.

DIY spider handprint craft (via https:)

DIY spider handprint craft (via https:)

Monsters and Halloween go hand in hand. They don’t always have to be scary though, like my monster bookmarks, which are pretty darn cute! All these plastic spoon monsters want to do is go trick or treating! So what do you say? Want to make some cute monsters of your very own? This easy craft for kids has Halloween written all over it… seriously. Did you see the trick or treat bags?? The kids can make these plastic spoon monsters and display them in a diorama, just poke the handles into some foam!

DIY plastic spoon monsters (via https:)

DIY plastic spoon monsters (via https:)

With little ones, carving pumpkins may not be in the cards until they are older. This no-carve squeeze paint pumpkin art is an easy set-up that results in beautiful and colorful pumpkins. Kids will love the process of creating them as much as the final result!

DIY squeeze paint no carve pumpkins (via https:)

DIY squeeze paint no carve pumpkins (via https:)

Decorating for Halloween is great, and it’s high time to craft! Creating your own Halloween decorations, liked these spider nest lanterns, is a great way to spend time with the kids and create some spooky decor as well. These spider nest lanterns are super cute and a fun Halloween craft for kids. Display them at your Halloween party, they will be a big hit!

DIY spider nest lanterns (via https:)

DIY spider nest lanterns (via https:)

Halloween is one of our favorite holidays, and this felt pumpkin preschool craft will excite your little ones and help them feel the spirit of this holiday. There are so many fun combinations that you can make! Your kids will have fun coming up with all kinds of different faces.

DIY felt pumpkin preschool craft (via thenerdswife.com)

DIY felt pumpkin preschool craft (via thenerdswife.com)

Pumpkins make a wonderful canvas for bright and beautiful designs. When designing your pumpkins let your imagination run wild. Try everything! There’s no wrong way to decorate a pumpkin. Invite your children to make pumpkins that they like and have fun altogether while painting them.

DIY no carve pumpkin painting (via https:)

DIY no carve pumpkin painting (via https:)

These chalkpaint mini pumpkins are so easy to decorate and so fun! Then simply wipe off and start over again! The only rule here is to make sure the chalkpaint on your chalkpaint mini pumpkins is completely dry. Make a batch of such pumpkins and invite your kids to enjoy chalking on them.

DIY chalkpaint mini pumpkins (via ourkidthings.com)

DIY chalkpaint mini pumpkins (via ourkidthings.com)

The best part about crafting with popsicle sticks is that it is totally green (reusing something that would otherwise be trashed) and practically free! These popsicle stick door hangers are great for Halloween, and your kids can easily make them, so it’s a fun activity. Hang them on the doors inside and outside and voila!

DIY popsicle stick door hangers (via https:)

DIY popsicle stick door hangers (via https:)

Sewing with little kids can be tricky at time…scissors, needles, pins….not exactly “little kid-friendly.” But these spider softies are 80% kid-made using tape, markers and safety scissors as sewing supplies are a great way to let kids, even as young as preschool age, “sew” their own softie. The point here is to get kids excited about sewing!

DIY kid-made spider softies (via www.indigostitches.com)

DIY kid-made spider softies (via www.indigostitches.com)