I’m so excited to share this round up today of Halloween crafts for toddlers with over 30 easy crafts that you can do with your children! We love sharing crafts for toddlers and Halloween is such a fun time for kids. I know that my children always really look forward to dressing up and going round our neighbourhood trick or treating and seeing the houses and other children all dressed up for the evening. We’ve always done some crafts together in the lead up to the day as my kids get so excited about it and I’m sure they’re not the only ones! With ideas including simple ghost, witch and mummy crafts this round up should give you plenty of inspiration for some fun activities that your child will enjoy….
With the leaves changing colour and the days getting shorter it’s the perfect time to share some easy fall crafts for toddlers that are perfect to make on those days when you just want to stay inside! We’ve shared loads of crafts for toddlers that are perfect for one, two and three year olds. This age group are lovely to craft with as you can share their excitement about the change in season with them….
I must admit that I’m a little bit in love with this super easy ghost craft for kids. Why? Well for a start I’m a huge fan of anything simple, I like ideas that kids can achieve from a young age (we’ve got so many crafts for toddlers and preschoolers here!) Secondly, this is a good craft for developing your child’s pincer grip which is a good thing and thirdly and of course most importantly – it looks cute! And cute Halloween crafts for kids are always a good thing….
This time of year is all about apples and this easy apple craft for toddlers or preschoolers is a great way for your kids to get hands on with some simple crafting. It only takes a few minutes to prepare and the materials are really nice for toddlers to play with while they craft.
You’re never too young to enjoy a special day and these fun 4th of July activities for toddlers make sure that younger kids can take part in all the excitement and festivities too. With tons of activities for toddlers including crafts, sensory play ideas, noisemakers and decorations so there’s loads of ways for kids to get involved, which will your kids want to try first?!