We’ve been crafting and cooking for Halloween with some Monster Faces, Witches Caludron Cakes, Paper Chains, Ghosts and Spin Art Pumpkins – all of these have been great for T (19 months) to join in withand carry out.
From 3 Dinosaurs some finger paint Pumpkins and a book recommendation for you to read with your toddlers.
Mama Smiles has fabulous toddler crafts and activities for Halloween – A paper Plate Jack O Lantern Mask, a wall of pumpkins to decorate, Paper Pumpkins and Decorating fabric Monsters all of these are great for Toddlers to do with little or no help.
From Red Ted Art go ahead and get your toddlers decorating Cookies – now you ca make your own Cookies and Maggy Shares her recipe or why not turn it into a fun no heat activity using ready made cookies (Digestive Biscuits would be perfect).
Cardboard tubes are great for Toddlers to craft with and Creative Playhouse made some great Monsters with pipecleaner tentacles.
Teach Preschool has a fun game – get wrapped up like a Mummy I think I know what we will be doing on Halloween Day.
Make some foot print ghost cards from Mummy Mummy Mum.
Little hands need little pumpkins and Blog Me Mom had some great fun decorating with Mini Pumpkins.
Excite the sense with some Pumpkin painting with a difference from Growing a Jeweled Rose.
Reusable stickers – ok they are felt but very much like stickers and Two Big Two Little has some fun with Felt Pumpkin Faces.
Use some cereal to make some Halloween Pumpkin pictures and then eat it afterwards (well it would be in our house) from Here Come the Girls.
From Frogs Snails and Puppy Dog Tails a very simple Halloween Craft that I know T would love to do.
Decorate some Mini Gourds as Monsters with some toddler fun painting from Love, Play and Learn.
My Little Bookcase has a great Halloween Game for young Children – the trick or treat roll.
Toddler Approved has recently started a Mom and Tot Craft Time and so far they have made Halloween Wreaths and Spooky Ghosts – this is something that T and I are watching with interest as the series continues.
4 Different Paper Plate Pumpkin Crafts from Train up a child great for Toddlers to do.
An alternative to pumpkin carving from Putti’s World with dotty pumpkins.
The Imagination Tree has some amazing pumpkin decorating ideas but this one from 2010 stood out as even Little Pop (who must have been only 7 or 8 months) at the time joins in as well – decorating with sequins and paint.
More pumpkin decorating from Domestic Goddesque with glue, glitter and jewels what a fun activity and it looks so pretty as well.