7 Toddler Approved Halloween Crafts
Looking for a toddler approved Halloween craft? I have a handful of Halloween crafts that are kid-approved. These crafts are easy, fun, and a non-spooky way to celebrate the holiday.
Crafts are a great way to pass the time, but they offer ways your child learns. They can master fine motor skills, use their imagination, and so much more. Let me share some really fun toddler approved Halloween crafts below.
Toddler Approved Halloween Crafts
Frankenstein Mask | Here you have a paper plate Halloween craft that you turn into a Frankenstein. Sparkly, fun, and takes minimal supplies needed.
Cotton Ball Ghosts | Here is a fun craft where you take cotton balls and transform them into a fun and friendly ghost. Help put glue down and let your toddler stick the cotton balls on to transform into a ghost.
Pumpkin Stamping | Use apples to make little pumpkins. This is a great pumpkin craft that is fun for those who enjoy painting. Plus it helps children see how a simple fruit can transform into something else on paper.
Crepe Paper Pumpkins | This is a craft many schools do around the Halloween season. Here is a simple tutorial to help you make these at home for your toddler.
Ghost Footprint Craft | Grab some paint and use your little one’s foot to transform it into a ghost. Another great paint craft that will keep your kids entertained and a fun piece of art to display in the home.
Halloween Handprints | Capture the size of your little hands with this fun Halloween handprint craft. Fun bright colors, a way to get their hands messy, and lots of fun to be had.
Fizzing Cauldron | This is a bit different of a craft, but great for those little ones who enjoy experimenting. Let your toddler help with this bubbly and colorful science experiment craft.
Why Arts And Crafts Benefit Toddlers
Depending on the craft will depend on what they gain from the craft itself. But repetitive motions and activities are great for helping them learn to focus, have discipline, follow instructions and even use their imagination. Gross and fine motor skills are also beneficial, and it can even help build self-esteem in your toddler.
I highly recommend making a bit of a mess to allow your child to benefit in so many incredible ways and grow and learn. They are only little for a short while so enjoy it while you can!
You can log in to Pinterest and find so many amazing toddler crafts from painting, coloring, cutting and the list goes on.