Looking for something special to do with the kids on Halloween? I’ve rounded up over 50 Halloween crafts for kindergartners that your little ones are sure to enjoy. Perfect for the classroom, home or Halloween party!
How do you make Halloween fun for kids at home?
Set up some fun Halloween crafts, food and activities to make Halloween extra special for your kids at home. This post is full of some great ideas!
Supplies for Halloween Kindergarten Crafts
The supplies you need will depend on the type of craft you’re making. Here are some good ones to have on hand.
- Glue Sticks
- Construction Paper (orange, black, yellow, and white)
- Pipe Cleaners
- Pony Beads
- Popsicle Sticks
- Washable Paint
- Paper Plates, Toilet Paper Rolls, Egg Cartons, etc.
Easy Halloween Craft for Kindergarten Students
These TP Roll Ghosts from Drugstore Divas would be very easy and inexpensive to make. I love crafts that recycle old TP tubes.
Make some Eraser Stamp Art from Lil Tigers. It can also be done with cotton swabs to save pencils.
I love these Halloween Luminaries from Lil Tigers. Make a bunch of them to line the shelves in the classroom.
Tissue Paper Ghosts are always a Halloween crafting staple. I like how Collective Crayon hung these ones as a garland.
I love these Yarn Mummies from Two Kids And A Coupon! Great for developing fine motor skills.
These Paper Plate Witch Hats are made from a party hat and paper plate. There’s even a fun Halloween song to go with them.
Food Related Halloween Craft Ideas for Kindergartners
These Frankenstein Cups from Ottawa Mommy Club are a Halloween snack and craft in one.
Wait, you can make edible slime?! Check out this recipe for Edible Candy Corn Slime from In the Kids Kitchen.
Decorate some Monster Cupcakes at your Kindergarten Halloween party. Love this idea from Mommy Evolution.
Kids might need a little help with these Pumpkin Oranges with Cloves from Cupcakes Cutlery, but they are so cute!
Kindergarten Halloween Crafts with Paper
This haunted house coloring page from Finding Zest is a fun activity. Print it, color it, and make a 3-D Haunted House.
This Candy Corn Craft from Simple Everyday Mom is a cute and easy one too!
Isn’t this little TP Roll Vampire from Mommy Made That cute?! A great TP roll Halloween craft.
These Paper Bat Puppets from Made With Happy would be fun to make. Use them as puppets or even Halloween bookmarks.
Make some Halloween Clothespins from Sustain My Craft Habit using pre-cut shapes or let the kids cut their own.
I always keep handprint crafts that my kids do. These Handprint Frankenstein from Simple Everyday Mom are adorable and look pretty easy to make.
Oh so sweet! These little Halloween Corner Bookmarks from Crafts Kids Love will make any kid want to read.
I love these Halloween Puppets from Mommy Made That! Use the free template to pre-cut the pieces or have each child just make one or two to save time.
Make some Frankenstein Treat Bags with this tutorial from In the Kids Kitchen.
Make this Easy Bat Craft from Simply Full of Delight using marble painting! Such a fun activity for little ones.
I just love these Qtip Skeletons from Little Ladoo! The top hats make it next level adorable. A great addition to Halloween crafts for kindergartners!
These Black Cat Luminaries are so cool looking. Get the tutorial at Barley & Birch.
Make some fun and impressive art with this Haunted House Template from Craft Play Learn.
I really like these Paper Halloween Luminaries from Crafts by Amanda. Use battery candles from the dollar store to make them safe and cost-effective.
This Bat Window Silhouette Art from Mommy Evolution looks so pretty in the window.
This Halloween Scene Craft from Mommy Evolution is adorable. Even my older kids would enjoy making this.
Halloween Crafts for Kindergartners without Scissors
Another handprint Halloween craft. This Ghost Handprint Art from The Inspiration Edit is definitely one to keep!
Break out the craft supplies to make these Pony Bead Pumpkins. They are made with just pipe cleaner and beads. A great craft for teaching fine motor skills, and you can make them smaller to save on costs.
This Eraser-Stamped Halloween Shirt uses stencils made from freezer paper and fabric paint. Use cotton swabs instead of a pencil erasers to save money.
Get some rocks, spray paint them, and let the kids paint faces to make some Halloween Painted Rocks. You could even use sharpies or paint pens to make them easier.
These Painted Monster Rocks from Sustain My Craft Habit are really fun too!
Get out the popsicle sticks to make this Popsicle Stick Ghost from Hunny I’m Home.
Another popsicle stick Halloween craft, these Popsicle Stick Pumpkin Faces from The Soccer Mom Blog are very cute. They use velcro so you can interchange the pieces.
These Pipe Cleaner Spiders from Simple Everyday Mom are going on my list of things to make with my kids. Sooo cute with their little googly eyes. Cut the tubes ahead of time to make a scissor-free craft.
This Hanging Ghost Craft from The Best Nest is fun. You can use all kinds of recycled materials and pre-make the holes.
This Popsicle Stick Witch from Hunny I’m Home is so fun!
Need Ideas for a Halloween Activity for Kindergarten?
These Clothespin Bats from Frugal Coupon Living have wings made from colored coffee filters. Kids can use different colors to make so many variations. Oooh! What about some butterflies in spring?!
This Paper Plate Spider Craft from Mommy Made that looks really fun and cute.
Play some Halloween BINGO with these printables from Lil Tigers.
Make things easy on yourself with these printable Halloween Coloring Pages from My Motherhood Made Easy.
Have the kids choose their favorite book to make Book Character Pumpkins. Such a fun Kindergarten classroom Halloween activity idea from Fluxing Well.
Make some Halloween Monster Slime from Ottawa Mommy Club to play with. So cute with the googly eyes.
These Paint Pour Pumpkins from The DIY Nuts are definitely one to do with lots of adult supervision. They are so pretty that I couldn’t resist adding them to this list.
Here’s some more Halloween Slime that you can package in cute pumpkin jars. Idea from The Country Chic Cottage.
Have fun making some Playdough Jack-O-Lanterns from Barley & Birch.
Make a Witch Halloween Jar with this idea from Mommy Evolution. These would be cute made into pumpkins too!
Count down to Halloween with a Halloween Paper Chain Countdown from Dear Jane Paper.
Keep the kids busy with this Halloween Faces Magnet Activity from The Soccer Mom Blog.
Make some fun Halloween Sensory Bottles from The Soccer Mom Blog.
Who doesn’t love Bluey?! Put some cutouts on a blue pumpkin to make a No Carve Bluey Pumpkin! Idea from The Savvy Mama Lifestyle.
Check out the Paper Cup Monsters from Beth Ann Averill. So fun!!
Recycle some Tide pod containers to make these fun Tide Pod Container Ghosts from Frugal Coupon Living.
Make these fun Treat Pails with a tutorial from Barley & Birch.
Hope you found some great Halloween crafts for Kindergartners on this page. Check out my other kid’s crafts for more fun ideas.