Teach your first or second grader about an important Mexican holiday, the Day of the Dead, with this traditional skeleton mask made out of a paper plate.
Get started on an ofrenda for Dia de los Muertos with this easy edible sugar skull project.
Halloween bingo is a fun Halloween word and symbol activity for ghosts and ghouls of all ages. Play Halloween bingo this October to get into the spooky spirit.
Calaveras means "skulls" in Spanish, and in Mexico, skulls are brightly decorated to celebrate Dia de Los Muertos, or Day of the Dead.
Is your child a rocket scientist in the making? Here's a fun activity that illustrates the basic principles behind what makes rockets rock!
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.
This haunted house worksheet shows you how to make a 3D haunted house using only paper and tape. Try this haunted house worksheet this October.
This Halloween-themed bat flyer paper project is perfect for kids who love paper airplanes. The finished flyers will provide hours of eerily fun entertainment.
Make ghost decorations for Halloween! They're made out of paper towels and are a cinch to create!
This fun and educational Halloween craft is a fantastic way to celebrate the holiday while building your child's letter and phonics skills.