Art & Craft,Category,Fall,Fine & Gross motor,Halloween,Holiday,Seasonal,Sensory Activities 25+ easy Halloween Craft and Activities for kids

25+ easy Halloween Craft and Activities for kids



I Love everything about Halloween. Halloween is the perfect time for spooky, hands-on arts and crafts, experiments, and activities in the classroom. These easy 25+ Halloween Craft and Activities for kids are just the perfect things to do in the month of October with your little ones. If you love these, I bet you can’t miss my 25+ Fall Leaf Art and Craft ideas.

Whether you do these Easy Halloween games and activities at home with your kids or in the classroom during a fall festival, your preschoolers and kindergartners will be talking about them for months. You can also consider doing these 15+ Pumpkin Art and Craft Ideas for Fall. Take a look at the fun and easy Halloween crafts, games, experiments, and more below to get your classroom into the Halloween spirit this fall. Check out these amazing and fun Halloween craft ideas for kids. They are perfect for homeschooling parents, teachers in the classroom, kindergarten fall festivals, preschool activities, and so much more! Also do not miss to have a look at my most popular Handprint Crafts templates for the whole year round!

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Halloween Arts & Craft

Puffy Ghost Fork Art for Halloween

Looking for a simple craft that kids will have so much fun creating. This Puffy Ghost Fork Art for Halloween can get a little messy, but what’s learning without a mess? Grab these simple supplies from the dollar store or craft store and invite kids to make their own ghost in the classroom.

Bat Craft in a Bag

If you want a mess-free craft for Halloween, check out this bat in a bag. It’s a great sensory activity for those young toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarten students who are practicing their fine motor skills. This is a fantastic activity for special needs students who don’t like to get their hands messy! This FREE Bat Template makes it super easy and fun!

Silhouette Ghost Art

Invite kids to create their own adorable ghost silhouette craft using some simple materials. They will work on fine motor skills as they dot an outline around each ghost. Add this activity to fine motor centers in your preschool or kindergarten classroom this fall. Try this Ghost craft with this super cute FREE Ghost Template.

Puffy Bat Silhouette Sensory painting

This Puffy Silhouette Sensory art is a super fun messy art project for your preschoolers and kindergartners for the month of October. This Halloween craft can get a little messy, but what’s learning without a mess? Grab these simple supplies from the dollar store or craft store and invite kids to make their own Bat in the classroom. This FREE Bat Template makes it super easy and fun!

Fingerprint Silhouette Ghost Art

Fingerprint crafts are always fun to make. This Halloween Fingerprint Silhouette Ghost Art would be loved by your little ones. It’s a great Halloween art project and would make beautiful bulletin board decoration for the month of October. This Halloween ghost craft is as simple as can be and is super low-prep. Grab this FREE Ghost Template to get going on this cute Halloween craft!

Bat Silhouette Marbling Craft

Marbling process art is one of the most favorites of my kids. It’s a lil messy but too much fun! This Bat Silhouette marbling craft is just perfect for the month of October. Kids will have a blast rolling those spooky Halloween balls to create this Bat masterpiece. This FREE Bat Template makes it super easy and fun!

Frankenstein Handprint Craft

Your students will love creating this cute Frankenstein handprint craft! Using their own hands, they can create Frankenstein’s scary head. This Halloween craft perfect for creating at home or the classroom. This craft project requires no paint and is sure to get you in the spooky spirit.

Super Fun Halloween Hat Craft for October

This Halloween Hat Craft for October is awesome because it is customizable with student names. Just type their name into the template and print it onto colored cardstock. Choose between a bat, witch hat, spider, and Frankenstein template. The best part is that this easy craft can be personalized! Check them out now!

Bat Silhouette Side walk chalk Art for kids

Who says that Sidewalk chalks are only for Summer?? Kids will love creating this Bat Silhouette sidewalk chalk craft on a piece of black construction paper. They will work on fine motor skills as they color outside around the bat template. Add this activity to fine motor centers in your preschool or kindergarten classroom this fall. This FREE Bat Template makes it super easy and fun!

Halloween Handprint Name Puzzle

This Halloween Handprint name puzzle craft activity is not only fun but functional. Once complete, this puzzle can be used over and over to practice name recognition and spelling. It’s a super simple puzzle that kids will take pride in creating!

Bat Silhouette Fingerprint Craft

This Bat Silhouette Sensory fingerprint paper plate craft is the simplest Halloween craft ever! Your preschoolers and kindergartners would love making such an amaizng and easy craft for the month of October. This Bat Halloween craft can get a little messy, but what’s learning without a mess? Grab some simple supplies from the dollar store or craft store and invite kids to make their own Bat in the classroom. This FREE Bat Template makes it super easy and fun!

Mummy Ghost Craft 

Mummy ghost is a super cute craft for the Halloween month. To add to the twist add the face of the child to this craft, it’s turns into an an adorable cute Mummy! This Halloween Mummy ghost craft would be loved by your little ones. It’s a great Halloween fine motor activity and would make beautiful bulletin board decoration for the month of October. This Halloween craft is as simple as can be and is super low-prep. Grab this FREE Ghost Template to get going on this cute Halloween Mummy ghost craft!

Easy Spider Craft for Preschoolers

This Spider craft for Halloween makes a super cute Bulletin board decor for the classroom. With the adorable faces of little ones on the spiders, nothing can beat the  cuteness of this simple Halloween Spider craft for the little ones.

Halloween Handprint Keepsake Art

Spooky season is upon us and these Halloween Handprint templates give your students an opportunity to be creative while also creating positive hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills. There are eight adorably spooky designs for your students to choose from. Check them out now!

Halloween Science Experiments

Now that you know about some fun Halloween crafts, it’s time to try out some simple experiments with a spooky twist. These low prep projects are easy to add to any classroom lesson during the spooky season. Take a look at the following fun activities for fall! to add to the fun do check out this super spooky FREE Halloween Scavenger Hunt.

Spooky Balloon Science Experiment for Halloween

Want to show your students what happens when baking soda and vinegar mix? This simple Halloween science experiment is a great activity to talk about chemical reactions, plus it’s safe and not super messy. Grab your materials(Vinegar and Baking Soda) and set this up during a fall festival or outside for a fun science experiment.

Use this fun experiment during the spooky season to talk more about chemical reactions between vinegar and baking soda. This Halloween Lava Lamp Science Experiment (without Alka Seltzer) comes with a fun twist! The end result is a lava lamp perfect for Halloween!

Frozen Spooky Hand Sensory Activity

There are tons of activities you can do with frozen ice and some themed toys! Grab your little Halloween trinkets, freeze them in a rubber glove, and then let kids melt away the ice to reveal treasures. This fun Halloween activity is great for a Halloween party or get together with friends or at school. It’s also a wonderful sensory activity for kids of all ages.

This flying Ghost Science Experiment is such a fun way to keep little kids entertained as they learn about friction. Experiment with different papers such as coffee filters, tissue paper, regular paper, and more. Let kids see which will stick to the balloon and which will not!

Learn about chemical reactions and simple science using this fun witches brew experiment. I love this activity because it uses mini cauldrons you can find at the Dollar Store or online. It’s easy peasy and can be repeated throughout the month. Witches Brew Science experiment is a great project for preschool and kindergarten students.

Games & Activities 

Want to learn about some of the best ideas for fun Halloween activities in the classroom? Children of all ages will enjoy these games and project ideas to add to the Halloween tradition. Kids will have a great time completing these games by themselves or in teams.

Pass the Pumpkin Game

This super low prep and fun Halloween game is perfect for preschool and kindergarten students. All you need are a few simple materials and kids will be entertained for hours. Keep this on hand for classroom community builders and celebration games. It makes the perfect Minute to Win it activity for class parties, especially with older kids.

Halloween Sensory Rice Bin 

Try out this fun and low-prep Witch themed rice sensory bin to practice name, letters, numbers and much more! It’s a great fine motor and hand writing practice activity for preschoolers and toddlers! These FREE Witch alphabet and Numbers task card are super spooky and perfect for October Morning bin.

Feed the Jack-O-Lantern Sensory and Fine Motor Activity

I love sensory activities for preschoolers, toddlers, and beyond. This pumpkin activity is perfect for kids of all ages as a busy bag or fine motor practice activity. You just need a few simple materials.

Crayon Resist Magic Spider Activity

This Crayon resist magic Spider activity is a super fun way to evaluate or review letter, numbers, sight words and much more! It’s a magic activity wherein the students are thrilled to hunt for letters or numbers in the Spider’s tummy! It’s a a great Literacy and Math activity for the month if October.

Tape Resist BOO Pumpkin Activity

If you want a fun game to add to your preschool or kindergarteners classroom, try this spooky and simple fishing game. You just need a few simple materials and you’re ready to go.

Monster Necklace – A Cool Halloween Idea

Want a simple activity for preschoolers to complete while working on fine motor skills? This is a fun craft that kids can take home and share with their families. Classroom activities like this are great to have in morning work tubs or sensory bins for students to create over and over.

Spooky Fishing Game

If you want a fun game to add to your preschool or kindergarteners classroom, try this spooky and simple fishing game. You just need a few simple materials and you’re ready to go.

Rescue The Spiders: A Fine Motor Halloween Game 

Here’s another fine motor and Minute to Win it game for a fall celebration! Kids will enjoy grabbing the critters out of the basket and avoiding the strings as they go!

Witch themed Sensory Bag: A Fine Motor Halloween Game 

Witch themed Sensory Writing Bag for toddlers, preschoolers and kindergarteners is a super fun and spooky way to practice handwriting. This Halloween Pre-Writing Sensory Bag is fun way to practice writing skills. You can learn Letters, numbers, name, shapes etc . 

Halloween Activities – BINGO, Charades, Riddles, and More

If you want pre-made Easy games and activities for your Halloween party celebration in the classroom this year, check out my Halloween printable games for kids! Included in this set are:

  • Halloween Charades complete with 30 cardsHalloween Movement Cards for brain breaks and indoor recessBINGO with a Halloween theme and 16 student cardsHalloween Would You Rather with 20 different questionsWho Am I Halloween Riddles with 20 puzzles to solveHalloween Scavenger Hunt to get kids moving

I hope you enjoy some of my favorite Halloween crafts and activities. They will make for wonderful fine motor and sensory practice as well as great Halloween decorations for the fall. Enjoy.

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