Kindergarten 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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This candy wrapper collage is a cool upcycled craft for after Halloween. Make this candy wrapper collage with all of your leftover candy wrappers.
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Help your kindergartener practice his shape recognition and develop his fine motor skills by making a scarecrow at home.
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Learn how to make vampire fangs for Halloween costumes and for scary playtime. See how to make vampire fangs with this great upcycled tutorial.
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Your youngster can explore the parts of a face while creating this ghoulish Halloween zombie head sandwich!
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All your preschooler needs to create a personalized Halloween memento is her two hands and some black paint.
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If your child likes Creamsicles, he'll love this punch. With its bright orange hue, it's perfect for a Halloween party, or summer barbecue.
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Here's how you and your child can work together to craft your own story problems from scratch.
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Decorating pumpkins is a safer, cleaner alternative to carving. These Cubist art pumpkins are easy and fun to make, and serve as great fall decor.
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This butterfly costume comes together in under an hour and is perfect for your little trick-or-treater. Make this butterfly costume for Halloween or play time.
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Here's a salt dough recipe that can be used to make ghostly character sticks for fun Halloween decor.
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Make some spooky snacks this Halloween with your little trick or treater. He'll get a kick out of these deliciously gross recipes!
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Make sweet personalized invitations for a laid-back pumpkin carving party.
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Your child can commemorate the best Halloween candy of all time using foam sheets to give your little monster a little practice tracing triangular shapes.
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These spooky eyeballs are simple enough for kids to make, and featur carrots, olives and cream cheese for a nutritious nosh.
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Hone fine motor skills by having your kid create a jack-o'-lantern fiber arts project. He'll lace sheets of paper together to create a 3-D stuffed pumpkin.

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