Ghost Toss Halloween Game – This Halloween game of ghost toss is super fun for a Halloween party or just as a backyard game. Kids enjoy trying to get the balloon into the ghost target.
Halloween Gak – This gak is super fun and easy to make. Add some googly eyes and pipe cleaners to create some Halloween pumpkins.
Soda Bottle Pumpkins – Your kids will love these easy DIY Halloween decorations that you can make with recycled items.
Halloween Math Game – This game works on number skills and fine motor skills at the same time!
Coffee Filter Pumpkins – These coffee filter pumpkins are fun for kids to make and are a great Fall decoration!
Halloween Sensory Play – Shaving cream and Halloween toys provide a fun sensory experience for kids to explore.
Kindergarten Halloween Worksheets – Kids get to practice some important skills with a Halloween twist! You’ll love these free printables.
Fizzing Pumpkins Halloween Activity – Kids will be amazed and delighted as they watch this cool Halloween science activity.
Black Glue and Salt Pumpkin – Such a creative way to make Halloween art. Kids will love this tactile art project.
Fine Motor Skills Halloween Game – Kids try to get some creepy crawlies while they strengthen their fine motor skills.
Spider Invasion Game – Hit the ground and scoot like a spider in this fun, slightly spooky game.
Halloween Candy Corn Counting Game – This fun counting game is a great to use up any leftover Halloween candy.
Watercolor Pumpkin – Such a creative way to paint a pumpkin!
Gross Guts Sensory Play – Not for the feint of heart, this activity allows kids to get messy while having some sensory fun.
Halloween Banner – The kids can help make this banner that you can use to decorate at Halloween.
Easy Halloween Treats – Having a classroom Halloween party or hosting one at home? Here are some simple Halloween snack ideas that kids will flip over.
Orange Cream Ghost Waffles Recipe – What better way to start Halloween day than with a spooky breakfast?
Pumpkin Pie Crescents – If you kids love the flavor of pumpkin pie but you don’t have the time to bake one, try these tasty treats.
Pumpkin Pops – These make the perfect Halloween snack! You can even make and decorate them with kids.
Candy Corn Lollipops – What to do with all that leftover candy corn? Make some colorful lollipops of course!
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