Tearing, scrunching and sticking are popular activities with younger children, and this candy corn tissue paper collage is a fun way to incorporate all those things into a Halloween craft! It makes a satisfyingly textural picture, too. You can see the finished collage below.
More Halloween Crafts
Here are even more Halloween craft ideas! These don't fit so easily into our other categories, but that doesn't mean that they aren't fun to do with the kids - perhaps at a party or pre-Halloween to get you all into a spooky mood!
I had this brilliant idea that the kids and I were going to make a spider mobile My idea was to use a paper plate with wool hanging down attached to spiders who were climbing down.
Children love to decorate the house for Halloween, and here is a simple way for them to make their own Halloween decorations.
Here is a Halloween container for trick or treating which even the littlest kids can make and decorate, with very little help.
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These candle jars are simple and great fun to make, and a very effective Halloween decoration. But an adult will need to supervise everything to do with the candle - including, of course, lighting it!
This gruesome Mummy Hand is a perfect accessory for your desk or tabletop this Halloween - and it is fun to make too!
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There's lots of fun to be had with this cut and stick activity for Halloween! Cut out the black shapes and then design your own pumpkin.
This idea for drawing a spooky chalk picture is simple but fun and very effective - a bit of clever smudging can really add character and spookiness!