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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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These paper pumpkins will make lovely, festive centerpieces in your home this fall.
Halloween
Kindergarten
Any decent Halloween celebration isn't complete without a cat. Even though this cat has an arched back to look as if it's hissing, it's still cute!
Halloween
Kindergarten
Create your very own creepy, haunted castle sitting in a turbulent field of flowing grass, eerily surrounded by dark, ominous clouds.
Halloween
Fifth Grade
Spider rings are a cool and spooky accessory for little witches and warlocks on Halloween night. Make spider rings with your trick-or-treater this Halloween.
Halloween
Third Grade
Roasting pumpkin seeds makes for a great Halloween activity, and a healthy snack!
Halloween
Preschool
Spider crafts help your child get into the Halloween spirit! Make our spider craft, featuring a spider and its web, this October to decorate for Halloween.
Halloween
Kindergarten
This fun craft will teach your child a little bit about the human skeletal system and can be adapted to teach the biology of many different living animals.
Halloween
Kindergarten
Make an owl painting with your child this Halloween. This owl painting features an autumn scene created by layering images and a pair of handprint owls.
Halloween
Second Grade
Reuse and recycle cardboard tubes to make spooky spiders, kooky caterpillars, wacky worms, and more.
Halloween
Kindergarten
Save some money this Halloween and work out fine motor skills by helping your child make his very own computer costume.
Halloween
First Grade
This activity will encourage your child to discover the scientific process, compare sizes shapes, and build shape recognition skills.
Halloween
Preschool
Bend, twist, squish and press a paper bag into a tree! Once it's finished, your child's Halloween tree will look like it came right out of a scary fairy tale.
Halloween
Third Grade
Take a look at this oogly-googly eye Halloween craft! Have your child tweak the design to learn about balance and counterbalance with this crazy-eyed creature.
Halloween
Second Grade

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