Second 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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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.
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This costume wig is a simple craft that will result in a great item for Halloween, dress up, or pretend play. Make a yarn costume wig with your child.
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Learn how to make a mustache with these simple instructions. See how to make a mustache on a stick for Halloween, costume parties, or dress up.
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Prepare for some scary Halloween counting practice! This game encourages players to knock down cylinders and then subtract to determine their scores.
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Help your child create an adorable -- or gruesome -- miniature pumpkin candle holder that will shed some tiny pools of light on your dining table or counter.
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Even the most reluctant beginning writers love to experiment with the "cliffhanger."
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This activity will put those Halloween treats to good use by using candy corn to help your child with her subtraction skills.
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In this activity, young learners will make a balance using a plastic hanger and weigh a variety of small objects using candy corn.
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This Where the Wild Things Are costume will make your little wild thing look just like Max. This Where the Wild Things Are costume is surprisingly easy to make.
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Make these muffin cup spiders from simple baking supplies to surprise your guests and make them jump!
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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.
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This spider mobile activity encourages learning about the science of motion, air currents and art.
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Do something totally unique and new with a pumpkin this year! Practice designing patterns with stripes, zigzags, or geometric shapes. The sky's the limit!
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These decorative vampire bat baskets make for the perfect Halloween party favors, and they're fun for you and your child to make!
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Make this easy recipe for Halloween, featuring white chocolate and pretzels, for a crispy, creepy treat!
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Using beautiful oil pastels and his own wild imagination, your child will come up with his own spooky, spectacular or spine-tingling monster.
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Ahoy, mateys! Your child will get in touch with his inner pirate when he makes his own pirate eye patch with this fun activity.
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This pumpkin dessert recipe tastes like pie but looks like a no-bake cookie.
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Take a bite out of these sticky-sweet banana ghosts to create a Halloween memory your kid's taste buds will never forget.
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Make a paper jack-o'-lantern treat bucket this Halloween! While crafting, your kid will learn about the process of creating self-standing sculptural objects.

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