Halloween is such a fun time of year to build memories and craft with the kids!
We love creating Halloween crafts for kids and have made sure all of our activities are kid-friendly and not too spooky.
These ideas are perfect for creating with preschoolers, kindergarten and elementary aged children.
Browse through our whole list and save the ones that your kids will love most!
Can you believe this witch craft is made with paper plates?!
Have your kids create their own unique paper plate witch with our printable template, some paper, and paint!
These zombie painted rocks are a fun family activity that’s perfect for Halloween! Watch our quick video tutorial to see how we make them.
You either love or hate to eat candy corn, but everyone will love this candy corn craft for kids!
It’s super simple so it’s perfect for older toddlers, preschool and kindergarten children.
You might not describe real bats are adorable (even though we do), but kids will love these paper bat crafts!
Grab the free template and make it with your preschoolers!
This paper plate vampire craft is a quick Halloween activity you can do at home or in the classroom.
Just snag the free template and let your kids’ creativity go!
This paper bag bat craft is not only fun to make but it’s also a blast to play with after you make it!
They’re perfect for imaginative play as well.
This handprint bat is one of our most popular Halloween crafts on the blog!
It’s a fun activity that works well with preschool, pre-k and kindergarten kids.
This crow craft for kids can be used as a non-spooky Halloween craft or when kids are learning about birds.
We’re giving you a free template so it’s super easy to make with the kids.
If your family enjoys recycled crafts, they’ll like these toilet paper roll bats!
Grab some paper, googly eyes, scissors and glue and you’re ready to go.
Who knew mummies could be so cute?! Turn your brown paper bag into one of these adorable little mummy puppets!
These paper bag zombie puppets are the grossest Halloween craft we have, but if your kids are into zombies you can always leave off the exposed brains.
Snag the free template and make it with the kids sometime in October.
Here’s another zombie craft that’s not creepy in the least! In fact, we think he (or she) is as cute as a zombie can be.
Watch our video tutorial to see exactly how we made this cute handprint zombie craft.
You can’t have Halloween without some reference to Frankenstein, right?! This paper bag Frankenstein puppet is easy and comes with a printable template too.
This paper plate Frankenstein is the cutest Frankenstein on the block!
Making this craft is not only fun but also helps your kids work on fine motor skills, cutting practice, and more!
Your kids will love creating these jack o’ lantern paper bag puppets!
We have a template for your kids that has a variety of facial expression too.
This apple stamp jack o’ lantern art project is an easy activity that’s great for toddlers and preschoolers to make.
Want an easy and quick Halloween craft? This paper plate mummy pumpkin is perfect! Kids will work on scissors skills, strengthening their hand muscles, and more!
Calling all Disney fans! If your family has ever been to Disney for Halloween you’ll instantly recognize this Mickey Mouse pumpkin craft!
Get our free template and make one for every family member!
Watching Spookley the Square Pumpkin each year is a tradition we love so we created this easy Spookley papercraft to match!
Grab the free template, then watch together as a family.
This sugar skull craft is a fun craft for Halloween or Dia De Los Muertos.
While the skull is intricate, it’s great for toddlers all the way up to adults. Grab the printable and let the kids color and display their masterpiece!
Toddlers and preschoolers will have a blast creating this handprint ghost art. All you need is some white paint, black paper and cute little hand and you’re set!
Kindergarten and elementary children will enjoy making this haunted house craft for Halloween.
Click through to see all the details and learn how to make your own unique haunted house silhouette.
This black cat art project is an excellent choice for second, third, and fourth graders. Download the template and have everyone make their own unique version.
This paper plate monster craft is a silly Halloween crafts little kids will love!
Which one are you going to make first?