Last-Minute Halloween Activity Ideas For Toddlers

Last-Minute Halloween Activity Ideas For Toddlers

I have collected 55 last-minute Halloween activity ideas for toddlers featuring some of the greatest arts and crafts bloggers from the internet.

All these activities are super easy to prepare, so they are perfect if you are in a hurry. You will find 5 ideas out of 55 here in this blog, that I like the most and if I had to come up with something quickly, I would definitely choose.

Find the rest on my Pinterest Board.

 1.)  Tissue Paper Pumpkin Craft

“This Tissue Paper Pumpkin Craft has been designed with preschoolers and very young children in mind. The process of tearing, scrunching, rolling and sticking is wonderful for fine motor skills (or dexterity).” – Arty Crafty Kids

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This activity is great to:

improve fine motor skills / learn about colours / explore different textures / expand vocabulary / improve concentration

 

 

2.) Paper Plate Spiders

“I’ve had a swarm of paper plate spiders take over my house the last couple days! Luckily they are the cute kind that I don’t mind having around!  😉  These are so simple to make, your kids will LOVE them and they make spooktacular Halloween decorations!!” – I heart crafty things

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This activity is great to:

improve fine motor skills / learn about colours / explore different textures / expand vocabulary / improve concentration / learn about spiders / practise counting (legs and eyes)

 

3.) Spider Web Craft

“Here’s a fun and easy Halloween craft for kids that encourages fine motor skills practice and turns out really cute- spider webs made with popsicle sticks and yarn! These are super simple to create and make great Halloween decorations for the home or classroom.” – Buggy and Buddy

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This activity is great to:

improve fine motor skills / explore different textures / expand vocabulary / improve concentration / learn about spiders and their habitats

 

4.) Monster Play Dough

“This monster play dough invitation to play has been our most played with activity in our house today. Even the older sister has joined in with this one, making it a great multi-age activity.” – My bored toddler

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This activity is great to:

improve fine motor skills / explore different textures / expand vocabulary / strengthen creativity – creative thinking / express emotions and thoughts / create stories / work together in a group

 

 

5.) Pumpkin Bath

“To kick off the month of October, we went with an ultra-easy activity that took practically nothing to set up. Nothing makes you feel like Wonder Mom more than a seasonal activity that was just no big thang to get up and running. Pumpkin bath was the perfect way to start the fall/Halloween season with my son.” – Busy Toddler

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This activity is great to:

improve gross and fine motor skills / expand vocabulary / use imagination / explore different textures

 

 

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