There are 2 Halloween target games. And you can make both if you want or pick one. Of course, the most fun is in the playing of the Halloween game that you create. And finally, we will SNACK on something truly amazing and scrumptuous! So, without further ado, let's get started on our Halloween target games MAKE and PLAY! (Did I mention that these also make great Halloween Party games!?!)
This activity is part of our FALL FAMILY FUN NIGHT CHALLENGE. Make some family memories without even leaving the house. And each of the 6 Fall activities in this series won't break the bank either. You might want to check out the Halloween Paddle ball for a start.
MAKE: Jack-o-Lantern Targets (Version 1)
SUPPLIES FROM THE BAG
5 (or more) brown paper...
I'm not sure why it's taken me this long to share a squirrel craft with you all because these little creatures have always fascinated me. When we went to college in MA, the squirrel should have been our school's mascot. They were everywhere (including getting into your room if you lives by a tree on the 3rd floor), and they were big and beautiful. Some little scamps would get into the trash cans and not be able to get themselves out because of the type of trash can opening. Then an unsuspecting person would come by to throw their trash out, and the squirrel would come jumping out. I don't know who was more traumatized...the squirrel or the person.
Here are a few more fun squirrel facts:
They are born blind and completely helpless.Chipmunks are part of the squirrel family.They are masters at...
This is simply one of the easiest crafts that you will ever make. But this printable robot craft is also one of the most fun. My favorite part is that no two will be alike. And it leaves lots of room for imagination. Once you put your robot puppets together, then the real fun begins. You get to create a story and put on a puppet show! What will you story be?
Maybe you want to make a few other puppets to join the robots. How about trying these shape puppets and Paw Patrol inspired paper bag puppets too?
Save this Robot Craft for later. Pin it to your favorite Pinterest board...
This super simple fall craft can go together as quickly as 5 minutes. Though you can also take your time making this paper bag acorn craft by adding more details or creating several at a time. Once you are done with your acorn crafts, put on a puppet show. Create a story and tell it to your friends and family. You may want to make some props or other characters to go with your paper bag puppets.
You may also like these other fall crafts:
Paper Plate Fox Puppet Moveable Skeleton 5 Little Pumpkins Thumbprint BookmarkFall Leaf Puppets
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These DIY paper Christmas decorations are absolutely next level. The big paper fan decorations alone are amazing on their own, but then add the adorable Rudolph or Gingerbread man to make it into a truly epic Christmas decoration for kids. These are better than Dollar Store DIY Christmas decorations but just as inexpensive. And, the best part of these homemade decorations is that the fun does not need to stop at these two characters or even with the holiday theme. Check out the entire collection, including woodland animals and bonus holiday designs.
**Learn More About the Woodland Animals Paper Fan Decorations Printables Collection +Bonus Holiday Designs**
You never know what you are going to learn on TikTok. I was not always a fan, but lately I find myself scrolling through and finding all kinds of awesome creative things to make, cook, dance (well,...
So glad you have joined us in our crafty little neck of the woods. It’s my job to make your job easier by providing creative ideas for you to make with your kids. Crafting together is so much more than just another thing on the “to do” list. You will be amazed at all of the benefits you receive from the simple act of making things together. No more excuses. Fill your bag and craft along!
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