Fun Halloween Activities for Toddlers and Kids

Are you looking for not so spooky halloween crafts and activities that are fun for toddlers. Here are our favourite super cute and easy halloween crafts activities, science experiments and some free printables for young kids.

I have listed these activities into three categories.

  1. Halloween Science Experiment
  2. Halloween Crafts for Toddlers
  3. Halloween learning activities for Preschoolers

Halloween Science Experiments

Halloween is incomplete without some spooky fun. Here are some not so spooky science experiments easy to carry out for toddlers and fun to allure their curiosity. More Halloween Science Experiments

1. Flying Ghosts

Flying Ghosts Science Experiment 👻👻 Do you remember rubbing a pencil on your hair and then attracting bits of paper. It was so fascinating for us as a kid. With halloween just around the corner, we made some flying ghosts with this simple experiment.

What we need?

  • ✔ tissue paper
  • ✔ scissors
  • ✔ marker pen
  • ✔ balloon
  • ✔ Towel or your hair

Make ghost on a tissue paper. Cut out the outline. Charge the balloon by rubbing on a towel. You can also use your hair to charge the balloon. And see the magic.

Magic or Static Electricity?

When we rub the balloon on hair or towel, electrons are lost from hair and gained by the balloon giving it a static charge. When negatively charged balloon is held close to positively charged tissue paper, they are attracted to each other.

PS: This was loved by my little preschooler.

2. Halloween Tube Monster

Baking soda + Vinegar never fails to excite the little ones. 

What we need?

  • Paper Tube / kitchen towel tube
  • Baking soda
  • Vinegar
  • Food color
  • Scissors/ cutter to cut out hole for eyes and mouth

3. Invisible Ghosts

4. Hand ice Ghosts

5. Swimming Owl Experiment

6. Blow Up Pumpkin for Halloween

Blow up pumpkin halloween crafts

7. Halloween gloop

8. Secret Message

Halloween Crafts for Toddlers

Halloween calls for being crafty with kids.

1. Tissue Paper Mummy Craft

2. Pumpkin Suncatcher Craft

Pumpkin Suncatcher  Halloween Craft for kids

what we need?

🎃paper plate 

🎃orange color

🎃Scissors

🎃Contact paper/Tape

🎃nature objects like flowers leaves etc.

🎃glitter tape green or pipe cleaner 

 

Let’s Make It!

Cut a circle from the paper plate. Color the circle orange.

Line the empty part with a contact paper. Since I didn’t have a contact paper I have used tape to cover the entire empty part.

Lastly collect leaves and flowers and paste it on the pumpkin.

Add the stem. Isn’t it the cutest pumpkin ever?

 

3. Tp Roll Pumpkin

Nothing beats an easy peasy craft especially stamping with tp rolls.

 

I love how versatile these tubes are and can be moulded into so many fun things for hours of fun.

 

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It’s Pumpkin Day today and we did this super easy no prep activity.

Added the Googly eyes and pipe cleaner stem for some extra cuteness. 

 

Would you like to try this fun idea with your Kids?

4. Popsicle Stick Bat

Popsicle Stick Halloween bat Craft for kids toddlers

What we need?

  • Popsicle sticks 
  • Bat silhouette 
  • Glue

Ain’t it cute?

 

5. Cotton ball Ghosts Stick up

6. Milk bottle Ghosts

Milk bottle Ghosts craft

7. Pipe cleaner Spider Craft

8. Moving Eye Cat Craft

What we need?

  • Paper plate (black)
  • Paper cutouts (eyes and whiskers)
  • Scissors 
  • Glue
  • Black colour paint (optional)

9. DIY Monster Cups

10. Candy Corn Paper Tear Craft

11. Blow up Glove Monster

12. Pumpkin with Garlic

Halloween themed Learning Activities

Holidays also means Learning for little ones.

Here are Halloween theme Learning Activities for toddlers

1. Feed the monster

This is a fun activity to introduce numbers and letter identification.

Make number/ letter slips or use small blocks/ toys to feed the monster.

Make your monster with tp roll.

Cut off the edges to make hair , add googly eyes and start playing.

2. Monster Hair Cut Activity

Use the same tp roll monster. Add some paper hair to the same and allow your toddler to snip the hair.

Using the scissors is a great fine motor activity.

3. Pumpkin Name Recognition Puzzle

Write the name of your child on a pumpkin and cut it out.

Let your child rearrange the letters to form their name.

4. Five little pumpkins Rhymes

Simply make little pumpkins with pipe cleaners and roll them over your toddlers fingers for some fun singing and learning. 

 

5. Halloween themed Printable Activities

 

 

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