31 Days of Halloween: 31 Craft Ideas and Activities For Toddlers

31 Days Of Projects and Activities For Toddlers

October is finally here and that means the holiday season is upon us! We’re always sad to see the warm weather go, but we’re excited and looking forward to all the treats this time of year brings us. From tasty foods to family time, these next few months are filled with things to do and people to see. We’ve gotten more into Halloween since LC came along and this year, we thought it would be fun to do something ” Halloween-ish ” each and every day of the month of October. Here is our list of 31 fun, simple, and hands on activities and project ideas for you and your little ones to do together.




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1. Mess Free Pumpkin Painting – If you love to paint with your little ones, but hate the clean up afterwards, then this is a great project idea for you! For this project, you will need:

A large container with a lid
Paint
Marbles
A Piece of Tape
Coloring Sheet ( I drew this one, but you can find great ones here )

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First, trim your coloring sheet to fit into your container. Use your piece of tape to secure this coloring sheet to the bottom of your container. Add a few drops of paint on to your coloring sheet and drop in your marbles. Next, place your lid on your container and make sure that it is secure. Give the container to your little one and let them shake it like crazy!

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Once they are done, take your freshly painted coloring sheet out to dry. Take out your paint covered marbles and clean them in a bowl of water. For your container, you can wash it as usual. A cool painting technique with no mess and quick clean up! You’re welcome 🙂

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2. Watercolor Spiderwebs – This project is incredibly easy to put together and even easier to help you impress your children! For this watercolor project, you will need:

Watercolors
Cup of Water
Watercolor Paper
Paint Brush
A White Crayon

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Using your white crayon, draw spiderwebs on each of the papers you are going to use. As your little ones begin to paint, the spiderwebs will start to appear!

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Our spiderwebs paintings turned out so great! We are actually planning to use them in our Halloween decor. The colors blended together perfectly and LC was so surprised to see ” the magic ” of the webs appearing on her paper!

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3. Torn Paper Candy Corn – Here is a project that puts you in the fall mood, but also helps your children development and refine their fine motor skills. From ripping the paper to using a glue stick, this activity gets their fingers moving ! For this activity, you will need:

1 Piece of Black Construction Paper
1 Piece of Orange Construction Paper
1 Piece of Yellow Construction Paper
1 Piece of White Construction Paper
A Glue Stick
A White Crayon

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First, use the white crayon to draw out an outline of a piece of candy corn on to the piece of black construction paper. Cut the other piece of construction paper into strips and then let your little one rip these strips into smaller pieces. Next, have your child glue their torn pieces of paper on to their candy corn outline.

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Our little one is a bit particular about sorting colors, so our candy corn actually turned out accurate! And she also knows what candy corn looks like….. We have no idea how 😉

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4. 5 Little Pumpkins Sensory Bins – No surprise here. We LOVE doing sensory bin activities and we actually run our own Etsy shop featuring sensory bin supplies and kits. We related this activity with one of LC’s favorite Halloween books ” 5 Little Pumpkins “. For this activity, you will need the follow:

Orange Rice
Black Bowtie Pasta
Fake Spiders
Yellow and Silver Jewels
5 Pumpkin Baskets or Cups ( We found these adorable cups at Walmart for .97 cents ! )

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Combine all of these items and let your little one go to town ! When we relate our sensory bin activities to stories that we have recently read, we like to ask LC about the story, the things she remembers, and if she can retell the story to us. We just try to lay down a foundation for her to have great reading skills and to comprehend what she is reading, or to comprehend what is being read to her.

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You can purchase this sensory bin kit from our Etsy shop by clicking here. This link will take you to this listing, which includes a brand new copy of the story ” 5 Little Pumpkins ” !

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5. Masking Tape Mummy – We favor projects and activities that don’t require a lot of prep work or materials. This activity is one of them! For this project, you will need :

A Piece of Black Construction Paper
A Pair of Scissors
Masking Tape

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Cut your piece of black paper into the shape of a man. Helpful Tip: We folded our piece of paper in half and then cut out our shape. This way, he was even :). Next, we ripped pieces of masking tape off for LC to ” wrap ” around her ” mummy “.

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6. Spider Hands –  This is a project that we did over the summer during our bug unit. Our little one loved playing with this spider while we sang The Itsy Bitsy Spider. For this project, you will need:

1 Piece of Black Construction Paper
1 Piece of White Construction Paper
A Sharpie
A Pair of Scissors
Elmer’s Glue
A Pencil

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Trace your child’s hands on to the piece of black construction paper and then cut them out. With the left over portion of construction paper, cut out a circle for your spider’s body. Cut out two eyes and a mouth for your spider using the piece of white construction paper. Glue the hands and facial features to the spider’s body, use your sharpie to to finish the eyes, and that’s it!

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7. Spider Walk – Keeping with the spider theme, here is another project touching on spiders! This is activity is so simple to put together for your children and it can actually be a lot of fun. Or so I’m told! LC had a complete melt down the first time we tried this. You know, terrible twos and all. After a few more attempts, she finally wanted to give it a try and actually loved it.

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For this activity, you only need tape! We used some alphabet tape that we already had, but I’ve seen it done with bright green tape and Halloween themed tape as well!

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All you need to do is create a web on any open carpet area in your home. We used this activity as a way to learn more about spiders and to work on our balance, something every two year old needs practice with!

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8. Potato Pumpkin Stamping – Stamping paint projects are great for younger children and LC loves the various stamping activities we’ve done. For this activity, you will need:

1 Potato
Paint
Painting Paper ( or paper that is thick enough to paint on )
A Fork
A Knife

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Cut your potato in half. Using your knife, cut out a small section of your potato to form a stem. Insert a fork into your potato to act as a handle, press into the paint, and you’re ready to go!

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9. Pumpkin Busy Bag – We try to slip in a little learning in every project that we do and we thought it would fun to use a Halloween themed activity to review the alphabet. To create these alphabet pumpkins, you will need:

A Few Sheets of Orange Construction Paper
1 Piece of Brown Construction Paper
2 Pieces of Green Construction Paper
A Sharpie
Elmer’s Glue
Scissors
One Ziploc Bag

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First, cut out 26 pumpkin shapes from your orange construction paper. Next, cut out 26 leaves and pumpkin stems. Assemble your 26 pumpkins and add the letters to your pumpkins using your Sharpie. Take your scissors and cut each pumpkin right down the center.

We used 5 sets of letters at a time and mixed them up for LC to match the lower and upper case letters. We have mastered the alphabet, but now we are working on recognizing upper AND lower case versions of the alphabet.

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If you’d like to make these little guys last, I would recommend laminating them or cover them with clear contact paper. Use a Ziploc bag to store these alphabet pumpkins for continued use.

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10. Green Slim Sensory Bag – Sensory bag activities are great for little ones and can be done in various settings. You can play with them on the floor, at a table, or even tape the bags to a window or glass door. For this sensory bag activity, you will need:

1 Gallon Size Ziploc Bag
4 Cups of Water
About 2 Tbsps of Glitter ( we used green )
Green Food Dye or Liquid Watercolors
Googly Eyes ( We used a set of monster googly eyes we purchased at The Dollar Tree)
Various Colored Jewels
Packaging Tape

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Add all of these items to your Ziploc bag, carefully press out most of the air, seal, and use your packaging tape to double seal the opening. We actually placed our bag in the freezer for about 20 minutes just to make it really cold and slushy. This activity can also be done as a sensory bin activity as well, which is what happened to our bag after about an hour of playing. Sensory activities are very beneficial for younger children. They provide an opportunity for open ended play, self discovery, and language development!

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11. Paper Plate Ghost – There are so many things you can do with paper plates and this project could not be any easier to do! For this spooky activity, you will need:

A Paper Plate
1 Piece of White Construction Paper
1 Piece of Black Construction Paper
A White Crayon or Silver Sharpie
Tape
Glue Stick

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Cut arms and hands out using your white piece of construction paper and facial features from your black construction paper. Tape the arms to the paper plate, glue on the facial features, finish your eyes using your white crayon, and now you have a spooky, but cute, little ghost friend!

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12. Spider Stamps – In our search to find different ways to recycle and reuse our toilet paper rolls, we stumbled upon a few painting projects that use these rolls in various ways. These spider stamps can actually be used over and over again, until they fall apart! For this painting project, you will need:

1 Toilet Paper Roll For Each Participant
Paint
Painting Paper ( or paper thick enough to paint on )
A Pair of Scissors

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On one end of your toilet paper roll, make 6 cuts on both side of this end. 12 cuts total. These cuts are going to form your spider legs. Cut away the excess pieces ( the 2 rectangular pieces between your spider’s legs ). Pour some paint on to a paper plate and now it’s your little ones’ turn! Once you’re done stamping, you can go back after the paint dries and add funny faces or googly eyes to your spiders!

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13. Paper Plate Silhouettes – I told you there is so many things you can do with paper plates and this project is perfect for them! Here are the materials you will need for this project:

Paper Plates
Orange Crayons or Markers ( or even watercolors! )
Several Pieces of Black Construction Paper
Elmer’s Glue or Glue Sticks
A Pair of Scissors

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First, color your paper plates with an orange crayon or marker. Side Note: These silhouettes look really cool when they are done in yellow or a dark purple as well! Once your background has been created, use your black construction paper and scissors to cut out different silhouettes such as bats, witches, pumpkins, or ghouls. Glue these silhouettes to your paper plates and Ta-Da, you have spooky Halloween decorations!

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14. Paper Bag Pumpkins – These little guys are simple to create and can make a great addition to your holiday decor! To create your paper bag pumpkins, you will need:

Brown Paper Bags
Orange Crayons or Markers
Green Crayons or Markers
Black Construction Paper
Elmer’s Glue

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Before unfolding your bag, color using your orange and green crayons or markers. If you’re feeling adventurous, you could swap out the crayons for paint! Once your pumpkin is done being colored, ball up two other paper bags to use a filler for your pumpkin. Twist the top of your pumpkin to create a stem. Using your black construction paper, cut out two eyes and a mouth and then glue these facial features to your bag. I’ve actually seen another example of this project where others have used foam pieces that have adhesive on the back to create their pumpkins face! Whatever works best for you guys 🙂

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15. Pumpkin Suncatchers – Making suncatchers is such an easy activity to do with little ones and we love the beautiful colors we get to see. Not to mention, these activities don’t require tons of materials and they are so simple to put together! For this activity, you will need:

Clear Contact Paper
Orange Tissue Paper
Black Construction Paper
A Pair of Scissors

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First, fold your piece of black construction paper in half and cut out your pumpkin shape. Keep this piece folded in half and from this piece, cut out a smaller version of your pumpkin shape. Now you have the border for your suncatcher! Using the leftover pieces of construction paper, cut out two eyes and a mouth for your pumpkin. From the roll of clear contact paper, cut off a fair amount for you to use for this project. I find it easiest to cut out a rectangular shape when making suncatchers. Take your piece of orange tissue paper and cut into smaller, square pieces. Now that you are prepped and ready to go, remove the protective piece of white paper from your piece of contact paper.

Press on your pumpkin border and facial features to the piece of contact paper and let your little one begin to place the tissue paper inside the border. Once they are finished filling in their pumpkin, simply fold over the other portion of contact paper. This is why I recommend cutting out a rectangular shape :). Press to seal and then trim off the excess paper from around your border.

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16. Create A Monster Sensory Activity – Construction paper, glue, and marker. It doesn’t get any easier than that! For this activity, you will need:

Various Colors of Construction
A Pair of Scissors
A Sharpie
A Glue Stick

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First, you will need to cut out several options for a body, hands, feet, and a head. We cut out 4 of each, in different colors and shapes. Using a glue stick, let your little one create their monster by selecting different parts and attaching them to a large piece of paper. Once they have created their monsters, use your marker to add little details like eyes, clothing, etc.

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Handmade educational supplies, fillers for sensory bins, and sensory bin kits that each come with a brand new book that relates to the theme of each kit! Our Rainbow Rice Sets are our best seller!

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17. Paper Plate Black Kitty – Yet again, another project using paper plates. Yes, we buy these in bulk ;). For this activity, you will need:

A Paper Plate
Black Crayons
1 Piece of Black Construction Paper
1 Piece of Colored Paper ( we used blue )
A Glue Stick
A Pair of Scissors

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Using your black crayon, color your paper plate. You could also do this portion using markers or even tissue paper! Cut out your eye holes and cut some cute little ears out of your black piece of paper. Use your colored paper to cut out a nose for your kitty. Since we used a crayon to color our kitty, it was easy for us to just use a marker to had the whiskers and mouth. If you are using something different to color your kitty, you could use construction paper to add these details or even pipe cleaners !

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18. Mess Free Monster Painting – Just like the mess free pumpkin painting project we listed earlier, here is another character idea for that method of painting. For this painting project, you will need:

A Monster Coloring Sheet ( I drew ours, but here is a link to other monster coloring sheets )
Paint
A Large Container with a Lid
Marbles
A Piece of Tape

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First, trim your coloring sheet to fit into your container. Use your piece of tape to secure this coloring sheet to the bottom of your container. Add a few drops of paint on to your coloring sheet and drop in your marbles. Next, place your lid on your container and make sure that it is secure. Give the container to your little one and let them shake it like crazy!

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19. Ghost Bowling – This Halloween themed bowling activity was a hit in our house. It was incredibly easy to put together and has been requested almost everyday since! To create your own ghost bowling activity, you will need:

Clear Plastic or White Paper Cups
A Sharpie
A Ball ( or even a plastic pumpkin! )

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Simply draw spooky ghost faces onto your plastic cups, stack them together, and let the games begin!

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20. How Many Spiders – This counting game was another activity we completed when we were learning about spiders. For this game, you will need:

10 Orange Plates
55 Plastic Spiders
A Sharpie

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Draw a spiderweb on each of your 10 plates and label each plate with a number, 1 to 10. We decided to use orange plates to make this counting activity have more of a Halloween theme, but you can use whatever color you’d like. Take your spiders and add the designated amount of spiders to each plate, one at a time.

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21. Spiderweb Sensory Bin – These two items kept our little one busy for almost an hour! It’s the simple things in life 🙂 . For this sensory bin activity, you will need:

1 Pack of Spiderwebs and Spiders ( You can purchase this kit for $1 at The Dollar Tree )

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For this sensory bin activity, all we did was open this kit and put it in our sensory bin. You could also add colored jewels, glitter, or other spooky items!

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22. Folding Monster Paint Project – This project was definitely one of our favorites! I love doing painting projects, but this one adds an element of surprise for your little one. For this painting project, you will need:

Painting Paper ( or paper thick enough to paint on )
Paint in Various Colors
Googly Eyes
Paintbrushes
A Sharpie

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Take your painting paint and fold each piece in half and then open it again so it is ready to be painted. We recommend folding your paper first so that the already made crease we make it easier to fold later in the project. Trust me! Now, let your little one paint on the paper. Be mindful of HOW MUCH paint they are added to the paper. The more paint added, the more paint with be squeezed out later. Once they are done, fold your paper using the same crease you made earlier. Now for the surprise! Let your little one slowly open their paper make up to reveal their masterpiece monster. Once the paint has dried, you can add the googly eyes and facial features using your marker.

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23. Cotton Ball Ghosts – The preschoolers I use to work with loved making these around Halloween and that actually make for really cute decorations! We even did them on both of sides of the paper and hung them up on strings. For this project, you will need:

A Large Bag of Cotton Balls
Elmer’s Glue
White Construction Paper
Black Construction Paper
A Pair of Scissors

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Cut out your ghost shape and two circles from a piece of white construction paper. From the black construction paper, cut out two more black circles and a mouth for your ghost. Have your kids glue on the cotton balls to your ghost shape and then add the facial features at the end. If you want to string them up, repeat this process on the other side and then use a hole puncher and yarn.

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24. Pumpkin Guys Sensory Bag – Sensory bag activities are great for little ones and can be done in various settings. You can play with them on the floor, at a table, or even tape the bags to a window or glass door. For this sensory bag activity, you will only need:

One Large Pumpkin
Tools To Open The Pumpkin
Tools To Clean Out The Pumpkin
One Gallon Size Ziploc Bag

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This sensory activity is a great way for you to use those pumpkin guts after you have carved your pumpkins! We aren’t a fan of roasted the seeds and eating them. Dump the pumpkin guts into a Ziploc bag, seal, and let your little one explore! Side Note: Don’t keep this one around for more than a day. You don’t want to experience that smell!

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25. Peek A Boo Ghost Cup –  It took a few attempts for LC to get the point of this one, but once she did, she loved it!  For this activity, you will need:

Plastic or Paper Cups
Popsicle Sticks
Tape
A Pair of Scissors
A Piece of White Construction Paper
Black Crayon or Marker

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Using your Exacto knife, carefully cut a slit in the bottom of a plastic cup. Take black construction paper and wrap it around the cup and tape into place. You could element that steps by using colored cups, rather than clear cups. Cut out two ghost shapes from a piece of white construction paper and give them cute or spooky faces. Tape these two ghosts to your popsicle stick, insert the stick into the cut you made at the bottom of your cup and you’re all set!

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26. Itsy Bitsy Spider Finger Puppet – This is a project that we did over the summer during our bug unit. Our little one loved playing with this spider while we sang The Itsy Bitsy Spider. For this project, you will need:

1 Piece of Black Construction Paper
Googly Eyes ( 8 or so )
3 Pipe Cleaners
A Pair of Scissors
Elmer’s Glue
A Hole Puncher

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Fold your piece of construction paper in half and cut out your spider’s body. Using your hole puncher, punch out three circles on both sides of your spider. We also used the hole puncher to cut out our 4 finger holes and then made them bigger using scissors. Take your 4 pipe cleaners, cut them in half and attach them to the 6 hole on the sides. Finally, add your googly eyes and now you have an adorably spooky spider finger puppet!

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The itsy bitsy spider, we up the water spout…

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27. Torn Paper Scarecrow – Torn paper activities are so much fun and they are great for focusing on fine motor skills. For this project, you will need:

Various Colors of Construction Paper
A Sharpie
A Pair of Scissors
Glue Stick

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I drew this scarecrow template myself, but you can find some online to print off for this project. We tore up a piece of red construction paper and used a glue stick to attach them on to our scarecrow. We also gave him some cute blue buttons as a finishing touch.

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28. Candy Corn Counting Cards – I already admitted it. We fully take advantage of every opportunity for learning! And we may, or may not have planned to use candy as an incentive…. Whatever works :). For this counting game, you will need:

A Bag of Candy Corn ( Just in case you decide to snack before, during, and after you play 🙂 )
Large Notecards
Scissors
A Sharpie
Yellow and Orange Crayons

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Using large notecards, write large numbers from 1 to 10 on each card. We also drew candy corn representations of each number as a marker for where LC could place her candy corn. We also did this because we wanted her to be able to use them WITHOUT candy as well. LC actually liked these card a lot and has been playing with them using her counting bears too!

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29. Jack O’Lantern Busy Bag – Busy bags are great for keeping the little ones…. well, BUSY! They are great for road trips or when you are trying to make dinner. For this busy bag activity, you will need:

2 Pieces of Orange Felt
1 Piece of Black Felt
A Sharpie
A Pair of Scissors
A Ziploc Bag

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Use your Sharpie to draw out two pumpkins on your orange felt and cut these out. Use your black felt to create various eye and mouth options. Place in the Ziploc bag for storage.

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30. Playdough Sensory Tray – You’d be surprised just how easy it is to make your own playdough! You can find our recipe by clicking here. Here are the items you will need to do this sensory tray activity:

Homemade Playdough ( store bought works great too! )
Halloween Themed Rings
Black Bowtie Pasta
Colored Jewels
A Simple Tray

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These open ended playing invitations are great for toddlers and preschoolers. There is no final outcome or standard to achieve, but to just have fun, explore, and discover!

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31. Monster Sensory Bin – Oh, how we love sensory bins! To get in the Halloween mood, we’ve been setting up all sorts of sensory activities for LC to play with. We created this one after reading ” There Was An Old Monster ” and it was in our play area for a few weeks! For this sensory bin, you will need:

Green Rice ( Dyed )
Black Beans
Monster Googly Eyes
Plastic Vampire Teeth

This set is available for purchase from our Etsy shop. This sensory bin kit comes with all of the items pictured below, as well as a brand new copy of ” There Was An Old Monster”. Click here to be taken to this listing!

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And that conclude our list of 31 activities and projects for toddlers! We hope you have enjoyed these projects and that you will try some with your own little ones. We have created these 31 projects and activities so that you and your family can have one thing to do with one another each and every day in the month of October. Use this time to enjoy one another and these tiny moments with your ever growing children!

Brittany XOXO

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