It’s the time of year when spooky delights and frights take center stage! We’re always on the hunt for kid-friendly activities they can do this time of year.
This Halloween, kids can be mad scientists and create their own monsters with this Frankenstein photo craft. It’s a great way for kids to get into the Halloween spirit while creating a personalized craft.
They’ll have a blast creating their own Frankenstein or Bride of Frankenstein monster with a fun twist – their own photos will be the faces of these cute monsters!
As they transform themselves into iconic monsters, they’ll be honing important skills while creating a spooky Halloween decoration that’s all their own.
And if you’re looking for more photo crafts, be sure to explore our collection of photo crafts for kids designed specifically for your little ghosts and ghouls!
Photo Frankenstein For Kids
You’ll need just a handful of supplies, like scissors, glue, colored paper, and a recent snapshot of your child’s face. We also have a free template and step-by-step instructions that will make the process a breeze.
- Colored cardstock or construction paper
- Crayons (optional)
- Photos of your Child
- Frankenstein photo craft template (enter your email in the form at the end of this post to have the link sent to you)
Download the Frankenstein photo craft free printable template, print, and cut out the pieces.
Begin by gluing the photo of your child to the Frankenstein’s head.
Next, glue the hair to the top of your child’s photo.
Using glue, attach the bolts on each side of Frankenstein’s head.
Place the jacket on each side of the shirt and glue it in place.
Take the pants and glue them to the back and the bottom of the shirt.
Next, take the hands and glue them to the back and bottom of the sleeves. Glue the feet to the back and bottom of the pant legs.
Finish up by attaching the head to the Frankenstein body.
Looking for some more easy Halloween activities to keep the kids busy? We’ve got you covered with these Halloween printables!
Ideas for Halloween
Keep your little ones learning and entertained all spooky season long. Gather up some hands-on crafts and educational activities along with a few good books for some Halloween experiences your kids are sure to adore.
They’ll keep them engaged all while having fun whether used at home or in the classroom. Discover some of our favorite ways to make this Halloween memorable for your kiddos below.
Halloween Children’s Books
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!
Easy Halloween Craft Ideas
Cat Mummy Craft – This purr-fectly spooktacular craft will be a hit with your little ones! They’ll craft a mummy cat that’s ready to prowl this Halloween. Grab the template to make this craft that’s a little spooky and a little cute!
Bat Card Craft – Kids can spread some Halloween magic with this bat-tactic card! They’ll create their own bat card and send a holiday greeting to bring a smile to a loved one. It’s the perfect way to share some spooky fun!
Mouse Pumpkin Craft – Transform pumpkins into an adorable, whisker-twitching mouse! This paper craft transforms pumpkins into charming mice with just a few easy steps and supplies.
Handprint Werewolf Craft – For a howling good time, a kiddo’s handprint can be turned into a spooky werewolf! This craft is perfect for kids of all ages and no messy paint is required. Get your little pups ready for hair-raising fun.
Go on a magical journey with a story of a friendly witch and her trusty cat then dive into our Room on the Broom worksheets, designed to extend the fun of the beloved book.
These activities are a fantastic way for kids to hone their fine motor skills, spot patterns, explore the letter ‘D,’ and expand their vocabulary with the worksheets and character flashcards. Join the witch and her friends in the learning fun!
These Halloween do a dot printables are full of engaging activities that are perfect for using at home or school. They’re ideal for preschool through kindergarten children and filled with 23 pages to explore.
This set includes Halloween themed dot coloring pages, number hunts, letter recognition, and more. These pages are a great way to combine fun and learning.
Looking for a fun activity for your kids to do this Halloween? Try out this Halloween matching game! This game provides hours of fun while enhancing valuable skills like visual memory, concentration, visual discrimination, and vocabulary as kids pair up the Halloween themed illustrations.
They can play this memory game by themselves or with a buddy. These fun holiday illustrations feature black cats, pumpkins, and witch’s hats ready to print, cut, and play.
Take learning early literacy basics into spellbinding fun with this witches brew preschool activity! This enchanting Halloween activity turns alphabet mastery and word beginnings into a game.
Kids associate initial sounds of objects with friendly witch characters, making connections between letters and sounds – a crucial foundation in early literacy.
Each letter, represented by a witch, leads to a match on a cauldron, which will sharpen children’s alphabet recognition and sound-letter relationships. Dive into this captivating game that makes learning a bewitching experience for your little ones.
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- Colored cardstock or construction paper
- Crayons (optional)
- Photos of Your Child
- Frankenstein photo craft template
- Download the Frankenstein photo craft free printable template, print, and cut out the pieces.
- Begin by gluing the photo of your child to the Frankenstein's head.
- Next, glue the hair to the top of your child’s photo.
- Using glue, attach the bolts on each side of Frankenstein's head.
- Place the jacket on each side of the shirt and glue it in place.
- Take the pants and glue them to the back and the bottom of the shirt.
- Next, take the hands and glue them to the back and bottom of the sleeves. Glue the feet to the back and bottom of the pant legs.
- Finish up by attaching the head to the Frankenstein body.