Halloween only comes once a year, but that doesn’t mean you and your preschooler can’t spend the whole month of October doing these fun and interactive Halloween activities!
Your child’s creativity can thrive with some Halloween arts and crafts. Print out spooky coloring sheets or design your own witch’s hat with glitter and foam shapes. From turning your living room into a haunted house to carving out pumpkins (or drawing a face on a pumpkin as a cleaner and easier alternative), the possibilities are endless.
If your little one loves joining you in the kitchen, making Halloween treats is a no brainer! Choose a simple option like spiders on a log (like ants on a log but with plastic spiders instead of raisins) for a snack, or go all out with pumpkin treats like pumpkin pie or pumpkin loaf. Whatever you choose, play some Halloween music and have fun.
Halloween costumes don’t have to be expensive! You can spend the day making your own, for fun or for trick-or-treating. Roll your preschooler in toilet paper to create a mummy, or design your own fairy princess outfit with glitter, a tutu, a wand, and a crown.
Print out some BINGO sheets and crab some candy corn as place markers, and you’ve got Bingo—Halloween style!
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