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3. Halloween coloring pages are fun for kids to color and also make great decorations. They can be turned into cards or used to wrap small Halloween treats for the kids. Search online and you ll find coloring sheets that you can print off. 4. Halloween masks are a fun Halloween craft for the kids to make. There are simple masks that can be made from paper plates or you might like to try more complex paper mache ones. 5. Halloween recipes are another way to bring out their creative side. The kids can make gooey revolting treats using recipes found on the internet. They ll enjoy making them and they ll also enjoy eating them up. If they practice with a few different recipes before Halloween you might even be able to get the kids to do some of your Halloween catering for you! 6. A Halloween scavenger hunt is always popular with the kids.
Remember that handmade decorations are ALWAYS better because you have the satisfaction of being creative! If you really like doing this do it again for Christmas with red and green paint and pretty little ornaments. Halloween usually conjures up images of strange shapes dark movie characters and popular animals. These days though these common figures can be made in more ways than one and using an assortment of different materials. Here are the top eleven variations on the most popular Halloween arts and crafts for kids. Bats It s not necessary for you to buy plastic bats for Halloween decorations. You can easily cut patterns or two dimensional bats from construction paper or cartolina. Bat Halloween arts and crafts for kids can also be creatively made out of egg cup cartons to hang or out of clothes pins to clip on curtains.
You might want to use pliers. Braid them together and make them into a wreath/circle by twisting the top hooks together. Next tear or cut pieces of paper... about a foot long and wide. Pinch the paper strips in the middle and crunch it up as if you were making a flower. Tuck the "paper flowers" into the little holes in the braided wires and pull tight. Fill up your wreath to fullness! Spray paint it! About three coats of paint is good with about 50 minutes drying time in between. Use the kind of spray paint that holds up outside (in case of rain). Please do the spray painting outside or in a well ventilated room. Cover tables with those inexpensive plastic tablecloths. When the paint is good and dry attach the decorations with the hot (low temp is fine) glue gun. Just be careful not to burn yourself. Adults and older kids should be the glue gunners. You are done! Hang it up on your front door maybe with an orange light aimed at it.