It’s been a rainy few days in my neck of the woods. While I don’t mind the rain, my children certainly do. They don’t quite understand the concept that outdoor play in the cold, autumn rain isn’t particularly my idea of a fun time.

With Halloween just around the corner, we’ve settled in and have been working on some spooky, fun Halloween crafts.

Today we made paper plate ghosts and trick-or-treat bags. Thank you momstown.ca for the fabulous idea!

To make these crafts you’ll need:

  • construction paper, 
  • paint, 
  • paper plates, 
  • black fabric bags or pillow cases, 
  • sticker googly eyes, 
  • glue,
  • white toilet paper.

Click here for the steps on how to make the paper plate ghost or trick-or-treat bags.

Feeling inspired? Check out these other fabulous Halloween craft ideas for toddlers and preschoolers…

Have you made any fun Halloween crafts with your children? Don’t be shy! Share the link in the comments.

2 Comments on Halloween Crafts for Toddlers & Preschoolers

  1. tricia
    October 9, 2013 at 6:02 am (4 years ago)

    Hi! It’s always nice to be surprised by a feature in a cool post! Thanks so much for linking to our Maple Leaf Ghost Bouquet a couple of years ago! That was a fun craft to do with the kids- We need to make treat or treat bags this year- I’ll be referencing your post when we do! 🙂

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