Conjure up a few ghosts to give your house that spooky Halloween feel. All it takes is a bare foot, white paint, and a little bit of craft magic.
These Halloween sandwiches are a creepy-crawly treat for a holiday party or an especially scary school lunch. Make these Halloween sandwiches for your child.
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.
Arrange a cluster of glittering pumpkins on your dining table or use them as individual place cards to add a little sparkle to your next fall party.
Your preschooler will engage his senses by making a scented pumpkin to decorate your house.
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.
Your budding artist can cut and fold his way into making this spooky hanging spider mobile, honing his fine-motor skills and concept of balance.
Make ghost decorations for Halloween! They're made out of paper towels and are a cinch to create!
This spider mobile activity encourages learning about the science of motion, air currents and art.
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.
This paper mache jack-o'-lantern is a fun craft for kids who are too young to carve a pumpkin. See your paper mache jack-o'-lantern outlast its carved peers.
Here's a perfect way to share Halloween treats: black cat candy cones! They are great for parties, decoration or sharing the plunder of trick-or-treat.