Halloween is creeping up so fast and so is half term!!!! To be brutally honest, I don’t know what frightens me the most…. Creepy movies and eerie characters knocking on my door or our little one’s tantrums during half term? Probably the latter.
Either way, a question every parent has is but what can we do at half term with my little ones? The weather is rubbish, indoor play areas are crazy and anything else remotely fun can get a little expensive…
Are you wanting to decorate your house for Halloween? Are you wanting to keep your little ones busy? Why not kill 2 birds with one stone this Halloween with these easy fun craft decorations that we have sourced from other crafty bloggers.
Halloween Easy Garland from Lukeosaurus
This option is described as a cheap, no thrills craft that’s perfect for parents with a small craft supply box. This is suitable for young toddlers with only minimal help needed. You can make this as long as short as you want and this can involve multiple children too Click here to read the full guide.
Halloween Spooky Wooden Spoons from The Inspiration Edit
The spooky wooden spoons made our top 5 craft list as this is something we can all have fun with. This is a fantastic fun craft idea for toddlers and pre-schoolers… heck even us adults would love to get involved with this one. Your little ones can paint Halloween characters such as Frankenstein and use them as Halloween decorations during the spooky season.
Halloween Spooky Loo Rolls from Lukeosaurus
As we mentioned above Halloween half term can be a little on the expensive side if you let it so this is a great craft that can keep your little ones entertained for hours on end.. Check out this fabulous craft that you can turn in to a family fun game.
Halloween Pine Owl from All Things Christmas
Although this is from a Christmas blog, I couldn’t help but think this was a perfect Halloween craft to create. The owls look fantastic and you can make them as spooky looking as you wish.
Click here to read the full guide.
No Carve Pumpkin Stickers from a Grande Life
Can I ask one question? Who here actually enjoys carving a pumpkin? What if I told you there was a fantastic no carve pumpkin craft that meant less mess? Well there is, thanks to the fabulous they share their guide with us
So there you go, our list of crafts for you and your little ones this October. If you are looking for a few recipes, don’t forget to check out our spooky jelly pumpkins,