These easy Halloween paper crafts will provide so much spooky fun for kids. There are ideas for toddlers, preschool, elementary age, and more!
Paper crafts are a good go-to activity for kids because they are cheap and there usually isn’t a need for any special supplies. And for the really littles, they’re great for fine motor skills.
If you have paper, scissors and glue, you don’t need to run to your local craft store and spend money. You can also get a lot of supplies at the dollar store. Plus, paper crafts are super easy to clean up!
Having a theme to work with when doing paper crafts is always a good idea. Why not try some easy Halloween crafts using paper?
There are tons of spooky and fun ideas: ghosts, vampires, skeletons, bats, pumpkins, monsters, mummies, spiders – and so many more. You can decide whether your kids would prefer creepy or cute googly eyed crafts.
I’ve collected 30 easy paper crafts that are perfect for kids of all ages to make around Halloween. I was impressed with all of the creative ideas people have come up with, and I’m sure you will be too!
Scroll down and see what I found. Which one do you want to try first? Let me know in the comments.
Halloween Crafts with Paper
These easy Halloween crafts will provide so much spooky fun for kids. Quick and easy Halloween paper crafts for kids of all ages!
A lot of witches are covered in warts and might be considered ugly - but this witch is super cute! You can make her from a variety of shapes, which makes it a nice learning experience as they go through the project.
Kirigami is the Japanese art of cutting paper! Let Marisa show you how to make spider webs using brightly colored sheets of paper. You'll make some intentional cuts and then unfold (just like snowflakes!).
These handmade Halloween cards are so fun and easy to put together! You can make them on your own or use the free printable templates. You can choose between a pumpkin, witch, Frankenstein, or vampire card.
These five printable monster puppets are perfect for celebrating the holiday, as a craft for a monster party, or to put on a puppet show with your kids.
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