Fifth Grade Halloween Activities

Halloween activities are fun for kids and families that want to get into the spooky spirit! These Halloween activities include crafts and games for children of all ages. There are instructions on how to make costumes, scary decorations, and more. Kids will enjoy being involved in prepping for Halloween, and parents will appreciate that their kids are celebrating on a budget. Look through recipes for Halloween party food that will entice the ghosts and ghouls in your home, including candy bones, zombie cupcakes, and ghost toast. You can also make scary bat wings, candy baskets, and unusual jack-o'-lanterns this Halloween for a frightful good time.

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What happens when an already creepy castle becomes personified with facial features? It becomes super-creepy!
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Light up the night by making this silhouette candle holder. The silhouettes may cause a bit of a fright, but they'll also help you avoid the monsters.
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Let your creative kid write the full life -- and post-life -- of an imaginary ghost.
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Start by writing an acrostic poem, but then get ready for a writing challenge that makes an acrostic trickier to write.
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Help your kid pack her lunch in style with a recycled show box redesigned as a zombie survival kit.
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Creating a cloud of bats is a great way for your child to get familiar with the process of folding and cutting. They also make great Halloween decorations!
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Cook up a batch of monster blood this Halloween to add gory details to vampires, zombies, werewolves and more.
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Cook Halloween pasta on All Hallows' Eve. This green pasta with toothy almonds is a super scary and tasty dinner for trick-or-treaters on Halloween night.
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Here's a black fuzzy spider that's sure to cause a silly fright! This eight-legged creepy crawler is sure to surprise anyone looking for a treat.
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Celebrate Dia de los Muertos by baking pan de muerto. In this 5th-6th grade activity, your child will explore another culture while learning about baking.
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Here's a pumpkin nut bread recipe that makes for a wonderful project on a crisp autumn afternoon.
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Unleash your child's inner Doctor Frankenstein and invite her to create a hybrid monster the world has never seen!
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Part food craft, part witchcraft, this is a yummy delight your middle schooler will want to make à and eat!
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Create your very own creepy, haunted castle sitting in a turbulent field of flowing grass, eerily surrounded by dark, ominous clouds.
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Halloween is the best time of year to read creepy, bewitching stories with your kid. Have your bookworm create some long legs that create a humorous illusion.
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Embrace the spooky and creepy thrills of Halloween night with a nightlight that will do more to frighten than soothe.
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Mummy chic or rag-tag retro? Catch the oldest trend in bandaged jewelry!
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Halloween is a great opportunity to look around and see faces that are funny, scary, happy and sad.
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Halloween's the perfect time for a fun monochromatic art activity -- and a pumpkin's the perfect subject!

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