There are so many easy Halloween crafts for kids, from old school classics (as in, you probably made them yourself in school) to slimy new favorites. The best Halloween activities and crafts for kids not only keep little hands busy but result in fun decorations for your home and goody bags. These Halloween craft tutorials on YouTube explain simple Halloween crafts that are fun for kids of any age. Who says homemade Halloween decorations need to be made by kids? Pipe cleaner spiders and ghost lollipops are fun for everyone!
Whether you want to turn your recycling into cute Halloween decorations or want to learn some Halloween slime recipes, this list of YouTube Halloween crafts offers something for every skill level. And several options for turning paper plates into adorable apparitions. There are even Halloween origami videos, for a fancier holiday craft option.
Vote up the best video tutorials for easy Halloween crafts for kids and get inspired!
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Milk Jug Ghosts
Turn your recycling into spectral stunners with the help of LED candles. Plus, when the holiday is over these ghostly pals can just go back into the recycling bin for a proper burial.
What you need: empty and clean milk jugs, scissors, permanent marker, battery operated tea lights.
- 238 VOTES
Toilet Paper Roll Bat
These adorable bats are easy to make and fun addition to any decorations. They can be hung on a string, set out in a display, or filled with candy for your Halloween party.
What you need: toilet paper rolls, black paint, googly eyes, black cardstock, glue, scissors.
- 327 VOTES
Easy Paper Spider Web
Christmas gets paper snowflakes, but Halloween gets something better: paper spider webs! Use the same simple folds and cutting techniques as paper snowflakes to get this seasonally spooky result.
What you need: paper, scissors.
- 488 VOTES
Halloween Painted Rocks
These seem almost too simple, but the results are adorable and their very simplicity makes them a great craft for all ages. All it takes are rocks, some paint, and a permanent marker. And, most importantly, a sense of whimsy.
What you need: smooth small rocks, paint, permanent marker, varnish or Modge Podge to finish (optional).