You can easily guess what makes this puffy ghost craft so puffy...cotton balls. And the pulling of cotton is a great way for little ones to work on fine motor skills and bilateral coordination. Plus, playing with cotton balls is a wonderful sensory play activity for our sensory seekers. The best part of this Halloween craft is that when we add the popsicle stick handle it turns into a puppet that leads to creative play opportunities.
Check out some of these other Halloween crafts too:
Yarn Wrapped Ghost CraftsGhost Weaving Craft Halloween Paddle Ball Halloween Monster Arts and Crafts
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These free Halloween printables are perfect for kids of any age, from toddlers to preschoolers to elementary kids. Just print, add some fingerprints and finish off the details. This Halloween activity is so simple. It would be great fun for any preschool classroom. And the best part is that no two projects will be the same. And there is lots of room to stretch the imagination too.
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MarkersPaintPaper plate Free Halloween printables
The items that you need for this Halloween craft is a very short list. Not only is the list short, but, like always, these craft supplies are part of our master list that we use for every single creative project on this site and in our kids' crafts ebooks. We...
This Thanksgiving mini scrapbook is such a great way to record your family memories. Take pictures of everyone at the feast. Then have them write what they are thankful for on one of the tags that you create for the album. I've done this a couple of years and really cherish those little scrapbooks. Or maybe you want to fill the Mini Thanksgiving scrapbook with your favorite recipes and pictures of all those yummy foods you enjoy at the holidays.
If you haven't already been participating in our Fall Family Fun Night Challenge, this is your chance. This little piece of art is one of the 6 make and play activities that will come straight to your inbox throughout the Fall. It's an opportunity to make memories with your family without breaking the bank. And each idea also includes an Autumn...
I am so excited for this Halloween kids' activity of making and playing with paper airplanes because I know that it is going to allow you to create so many family memories. It's just one of the activities that are included in our Fall Family Fun Night Challenge. Have you signed up yet? It's never too late. Even if you're reading this in the middle of summer, get the handouts and save them for later.
You will learn how to make several Fall themed paper airplanes in the videos below. But they are just a starting place. No two airplanes should look the same. Start with a basic structure and then create your own design.
Oh, and stick around to the end to for a link to a yummy snack to have during your fun family time....
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)
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