Halloween is coming up, which means Halloween decorations, costumes, and candy will be popping up everywhere you look!
It’s also one of the most fun holidays to make crafts for kids. And we think this super cute candy corn Frankenstein craft should be at the top of your list.
This candy corn Halloween craft will help kids work on their scissors skills, gluing, and fine motor skills!
We’ve also provided you with a free printable template so you can create it at home and in the classroom with ease.
If you like this craft, be sure to check out all of our candy corn activities for kids!
Frankenstein Candy Corn Craft
- Colored cardstock or construction paper
- Frankenstein template (enter your email in the form at the end of this post to have the link sent to you)
Download the Frankenstein template, print, and cut out the pieces you need.
Begin to create your candy corn Frankenstein by gluing the bottom, dark green piece to the bottom of the main body.
Next, place the top, light green piece on the top part of the main body and glue it in place.
Glue Frankenstein’s hair to the top of the candy corn. Use scissors to trim off any excess paper around the body.
Place the eyes just above the mouth and glue them in place.
Take the legs and glue them to the back and bottom of the body.
Position the arms on each side of the middle part of the candy corn and glue them to the back.
Finish off Frankenstein by gluing the bolts on either side of the candy corn, just above the eyes.
Don’t you just love this cute Frankenstein?!
Halloween Kids’ Ideas
If your kids love Halloween, then they’ll love these spooky activity ideas! We have something for all ages and skill levels, so even the littlest ones can join the fun.
Check out our list of Halloween kids’ ideas below and start planning for the holiday!
Books For Kids About Halloween
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!
Kids’ Halloween Craft Ideas
Toilet Paper Roll Pipe Cleaner Spiders – This easy craft is perfect for little kids! All you need are some empty toilet paper rolls, pipe cleaners, and other simple craft supplies. It’s a perfectly spooky way to work your kid’s creativity, imagination, and fine motor skills!
Paper Plate Witch Craft – Hubble bubble, toil, and trouble! This paper plate witch craft is loads of fun for kids. They’ll love getting creative by painting and gluing the pieces to make this witch come alive. It’s a great activity for the whole family and doubles as a Halloween decoration when finished!
Paper Bag Bat Craft – Our paper bag bat is a fun way to teach your kids about the creatures of Halloween! With our free printable template and some craft supplies, your kids can make their own spooky bat in no time. Plus, it’s a good activity for your child to practice their cutting and gluing skills!
Mickey Mouse Pumpkin Craft – Mickey Mouse is always a hit with the kids, so why not combine it with Halloween for an extra fun craft?
Your little ones will love transforming some cardstock into a Mickey-shaped jack-o-lantern! This cute craft makes a boo-tiful Halloween decoration, too!
Printable Halloween Activities
Get your kids in the Halloween spirit with these fun and easy Hallowen do a dot printables. Kids love to use dot markers, so this is a great way for them to get creative while honing their fine motor skills at the same time! And they’re just right for preschool or kindergarten students.
Get your kids in the spirit of things with these free Halloween coloring pages. They’re great to have on hand as a last-minute activity or just when they need something new to do.
These printable Halloween pattern block mats are perfect for kids learning shapes, colors, and patterns. They can be printed out on cardstock paper and laminated so kids can reuse them year after year!
Let the kids have some fun with this activity while they learn something new at the same time. Plus it’s a great way to get them excited about Halloween!
Give your kids a fun and educational activity with these Halloween color by number printables! With an assortment of spooky pictures, like Frankenstein’s monster or a witch on her broomstick, there is something perfect for every child.
This V is for vampire bat worksheet is perfect for your little learners. Simply download and print the worksheet, and have them practice finding the letter V’s hidden on the page! It’s a great way to introduce your little ones to the alphabet in a seasonal way.
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Spooky season is here and what better way to celebrate than with this delightful candy corn headband craft! This candy corn headband craft is a wonderful way for kids to improve their fine motor skills and follow instructions. The craft is simple, engaging, and easy to make!
More Halloween Ideas For Kids
- Colored cardstock or construction paper
- Frankenstein template
- Download the Frankenstein template, print, and cut out the pieces you need.
- Begin to create your candy corn Frankenstein by gluing the bottom, dark green piece to the bottom of the main body.
- Next, place the top, light green piece on the top part of the main body and glue it in place.
- Glue Frankenstein's hair to the top of the candy corn. Use scissors to trim off any excess paper around the body.
- Take the legs and glue them to the back and bottom of the body.
- Position the arms on each side of the middle part of the candy corn and glue them to the back.
- Place the eyes just above the mouth and glue them in place.
- Finish off Frankenstein by gluing the bolts on either side of the candy corn, just above the eyes.