Halloween is a favorite holiday for kids because it’s all about fun, excitement, and usually, lots of candy!
But it can be even better when kids get creative and make some festive crafts.
One of our favorites this year is the Baby Yoda pumpkin craft.
It’s easy to make, and kids will love the results. Plus, it’s a great way to get into the Halloween spirit!
To make your own Baby Yoda pumpkin, simply print out the template, cut out the pieces, and glue them together.
It’s a fun and hands-on activity kids will enjoy. Also, be sure to check out all of our pumpkin crafts for kids for more ideas.
Easy Halloween Baby Yoda
- Colored cardstock or construction paper
- Baby Yoda template (enter your email in the form at the end of this post to have the link sent to you)
Scroll to the bottom to find the download form.
Download the Baby Yoda template, print, and cut out the pieces you need.
Take the eyes and glue them between the forehead lines and the mouth.
Next, use a green marker to draw his nose between the eyes.
Place the inner ears on the lower part of the outer ears and glue them in place.
Glue the stem to the top and back of the pumpkin.
Position the coat piece on the bottom of the pumpkin base and glue it down.
Finish up by gluing the coat top to the top of the coat.
Don’t you just love this cute Baby Yoda pumpkin? It’s a fun Halloween craft that’s easy to make.
Halloween Ideas For Kids
Halloween is a great time to get creative and have some fun with your kids! There are tons of great activities, crafts, and printables with a Halloween theme that are both fun and educational.
Below are lots of ideas to get you started:
Kids Halloween Books
Reading aloud to your kids has all sorts of benefits – it’s a great way to spend time with them, introduce them to new ideas and concepts, and help them develop their language skills.
It can also help them build their vocabulary, sharpen their listening skills, and better understand what they’re reading.
So if you’re looking for a way to boost your child’s brainpower, grab a book and start reading! Here are some great options:
Below are some of the top-rated Halloween books for kids. Add them to your home collection or borrow them from your local library.
Room On The Broom: This has to be one of our favorite Halloween books of all time! The story follows a witch and her cat as they happen upon some animals who help the witch. There’s danger, mystery, and friendship in this adorable children’s story.
5 Minute Spooky Stories: We love Disney’s 5-minute storybooks and this one is perfect for Halloween! See how all your favorite Disney characters celebrate this spooky holiday.
Ten Timid Ghosts: This is a fun countdown book about a witch who moves into a haunted house where 10 ghosts already live. The witch scares the ghosts out one by one until they devise a scheme to get her out of their house. This Halloween children’s book is good for kids who love rhyming stories!
Halloween Crafts For Kids
Crafts are a great activity for young kids for a variety of reasons. First of all, they help to develop fine motor skills as kids learn to handle small pieces and manipulate tools like scissors and glue.
In addition, crafts can also be a great way to boost creativity and imagination. As kids experiment with different materials and techniques, they can learn to think outside the box and come up with new ideas too.
Add in more crafts with these fun ideas:
Handprint Bat Craft – This no-paint handprint bat craft is the perfect Halloween activity for kids! It’s a fun, hands-on way for them to create their own spooky bat decoration. And the best part is that it’s super easy to make.
Paper Bag Pumpkin Puppets – Making this paper bag pumpkin craft is a perfect way to spend an afternoon with your kids! They’ll have so much fun using their imagination and creativity to bring their pumpkin to life. And when they’re done, they’ll have a fun new puppet to play with.
Paper Plate Witch Craft – This witch craft is the perfect activity for kids to make this Halloween! All you need is some paint, a paper plate, and some construction paper. Let your kids’ imagination run wild!
These Halloween pattern block mats are a fun way for kids to work on fine motor skills and shape recognition. Just print out the mats and let kids finish the Halloween scenes using pattern blocks.
Make learning fun with these candy corn worksheets! They include a handwriting practice page, letter maze, line tracing page, and letter dot page. These printables can help kids practice their handwriting, fine motor skills, and hand-eye coordination.
Halloween is a great time to break out the dot markers! These Halloween do a dot printables are perfect for getting kids in the Halloween spirit while also providing some educational fun. Each page features different Halloween-themed images, and kids can use the dot markers to fill in the circles. As they work, they’ll be improving their fine motor skills, practicing their color recognition, and so much more!
More Halloween Fun
Does your family really love Halloween? If so, we think you’ll love these ideas:
- Little girls will love these personalized and adorable Halloween bracelets.
- Can’t get enough of the movie Hocus Pocus? Then you need this Hocus Pocus mug!
- Match your little one with this mommy and me spooky vibes shirt set!
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More Halloween Ideas For Kids
- Colored cardstock or construction paper
- Baby Yoda template
- Download the Baby Yoda template, print, and cut out the pieces you need.
- Take the eyes and glue them between the forehead lines and the mouth.
- Next, use a green marker to draw his nose between the eyes.
- Place the inner ears on the lower part of the outer ears and glue them in place.
- Position the coat piece on the bottom of the pumpkin base and glue it down.
- Finish up by gluing the coat top to the top of the coat.