Preschool Halloween Activities

Preschool Halloween activities are perfect for your little ghosts and ghouls! Our selection of preschool Halloween activities contains all you need for a fun DIY Halloween season. There are costume tutorials for kids that want to wear DIY fairy wings, superhero capes, and ladybug antennae, and craft ideas for preschoolers who want to make their own miniature monsters, ghosts, and spiders. There are even simple Halloween treat recipes that preschoolers can make with the help of an adult. Try these preschool Halloween activities with your child to get excited for the spooky season.

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Learning about how plants grow is a building block in the preschool curriculum. Put a fun twist on this science concept with these cup pets.
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Here's a Halloween arts and crafts activity for your preschooler, pre-kindergartener, or kindergartener: make bat wings of poster board and ribbon.
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Learn how to make fairy wings with these easy instructions. See how to make fairy wings for Halloween or dress-up time.
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Get into the Halloween spirit by creating creepy (but cute) spiders from paper egg cartons, paint, and pipe cleaners.
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These bite-sized pizza mummies are sure to satisfy your kid's monster appetite.
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This creepy, crawly spider fiber arts project is a great way to practice combining different materials to create an interesting work of decorative art.
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Using plants and other items from the outdoors and clothing they already own, your kids can dress up as any one of the four seasons or simply as a Garden.
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This Halloween, try this kooky, spooky arts and crafts activity with your preschooler: make gummy worm ice cubes! A perfect addition to any Halloween party.
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Learn how to make a cape for your little superhero, vampire, or Elvis impersonator. See how to make a cape with this simple tutorial.
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Here's a Halloween, math activity: have your preschooler or pre-kindergartener carve shapes into a Jack-O-Lantern face and boost her shape recognition skills.
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This Halloween, encourage your child to create a super sweet mosaic. She'll make a candy corn pumpkin and then decide if she wants to eat it, or keep it!
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Roasting pumpkin seeds makes for a great Halloween activity, and a healthy snack!
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Learn how to make a homemade ladybug costume, a quick and easy costume solution for kids of any age.
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This work of art doubles as a Halloween treat! Your little one will love using marshmallows to make a ghost that's as sweet as it is spooky!
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Explore the color orange with your preschooler by creating an edible picture using orange foods.
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This fun and educational Halloween craft is a fantastic way to celebrate the holiday while building your child's letter and phonics skills.
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Practice counting to five with your child while making this adorably "scary" ghost to celebrate Halloween.
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Make ghost decorations for Halloween! They're made out of paper towels and are a cinch to create!
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This activity will encourage your child to discover the scientific process, compare sizes shapes, and build shape recognition skills.
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These Halloween cake pops only have eyes for you. Eat Halloween cake pops this All Hallows' Eve for a spooky treat fit for zombies and friends.

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