Hallowe’en crafts and activities
Did you see the adorable Skeleton Hands that we made yesterday? If not, pop over and have a look, and then come on back to see the equally cute Skeleton Foot Craft that I’m featuring today. Ok, so when we finished our hand craft yesterday, we had plenty of styrofoam
Make skeleton hands with some paint and a styrofoam meat tray… I was over at The Crafty Crow the other day when I happened upon these adorable DIY Spook Pops by Fellow Fellow. I sat looking at my screen for a few minutes, in love with those simple little skeletons, and
I finally figured out why they call it Candy Corn, and it only took me 46 years… Ok, tell me I’m not alone. Tell me I’m not the only one who never quite understood how Candy Corn ever got its name. For as long as I can remember, I’ve
Hallowe’en Stamping with sponges and corks… I had only my two youngest hooligans here today so we kept things sweet and simple with this painted ghost craft. The girls loved this activity because it combined two favourites: paint and stamping, and I loved it because it was easy enough for
Put a spooky spin on a classic salt and ice experiment… A salt and ice experiment is always a huge hit here in our daycare. You can see how we’ve done it before with our Ice Age Bin and our Dino Dig. We talk about why salt melts ice, and watching
Turn a paper bag into a monster or Alien hat with some paint and a few craft supplies Head on over to CBC Parents to check out the details!
Hallowe’en Necklaces – great for hand-eye co-ordination and fine motor skills… We made these Hallowe’en necklaces in the daycare the other day. The hooligans loved the process for the festive colours, and because they created something they could wear. I loved the process for all of the learning