Most of the projects we've done for the 14 Days of Halloween have been crafts. We do love crafts, especially holiday crafts. But, I did want to sneak in a little learning with some Halloween shape poems.
Friday, October 17, 2014
I've got to give most of the credit for these spider web wreaths to my 7-year-old. I had a much different wreath in mind and only got as far as the first step before she took over. These Halloween wreaths are fun to make and appropriate for preschoolers as well as elementary-aged kids.
Thursday, October 16, 2014
I've been blogging for awhile now, but I've never really challenged myself as much as I did this month with the 14 Days of Halloween Fun. But, I persevered, had a blast, and now have a ton of cool Halloween content for you. I've gathered them all here in one place for you and will be adding the three additional posts to the end once they go live.
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
These simple and low-mess Halloween silhouette suncatchers can make such a dramatic statement. Plus, this project can be adapted to suit all ages of kids. Use simple shapes for the younger kids and let your older kids get as artistic as they want.
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Masks are so much fun to make and for playing pretend. We've already made black cat masks as part of the 14 Days of Halloween Fun. But, now we're making these fun spider web masks. So, grab the glitter! You'll need plenty of it!
*Disclosure: Thank you craftprojectideas.com for providing some of the supplies used in these masks. All ideas are my own.