Whether you are looking for Halloween activities for preschool or toddler easy Halloween activities we have you covered! Check out these Halloween craft ideas, learning activities, and more!
This simply activity is perfect for one year olds and up! Just glue on cotton balls to a piece of paper and add some eyes and a mouth!
Use scissors to cut out a triangle from a sponge. Put candy corn colors on a paper plate and stamp candy corn onto a dark piece of construction paper. We added in some fun eyeballs to make candy corn monsters.
Just paint the craft sticks orange, glue, and add on a face! Easy Halloween activity to do with toddlers and preschoolers.
Use construction paper and make a spider web with glue, Next, sprinkle the salt on top of the glue and let dry. Finally, use water colors to paint on top and watch the magic of the paint spread.
We used black construction paper because we didn’t have black paint! You can also use a paper plate for this. We cut out different shapes and glued them together to make a spooky cat! This is also a great activity to talk about shapes too!
Use colored paper squares to create this candy corn craft! You can turn this simple craft into a fine motor activity by allowing children to tear paper strips before gluing, instead of providing precut squares. Click here for more activity ideas from The Connectt Connection.
Learning about the spiders this Halloween? These 10 hands-on learning activities, centers, sensory bins, and worksheets are the perfect way to get your toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarteners engaged in learning! There are spider activities for learning the life cycle, counting, retelling a story, tracing words, and sorting by color. Activities like matching mats, booklets, cut and paste activities, retelling activity for “The Very Busy Spider”, & number and counting activities are all included inside! Click here for more information!
If you read Room on the Broom with your little ones, they’ll have a blast making their own DIY broomstick to accompany the story! Click here for more information.
This FREE Halloween Rhyming activity is a great way to work on rhymes with your preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten littles. It’s also a great way for them to practice reading CVC words. Click here for this freebie!
Give your little ones a thrill with a Monster Noodles sensory bin! This bin is perfect to use for Halloween & give your kids a one-of-a-kind sensory experience. more information.
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