These little rings would be the perfect craft to make with a whole bunch of kiddos -- a little clay goes a long way. Have them help cut the shapes and mom or dad can mold the rings.
Try this craft
Photo: Lovely Indeed for Momtastic
Have the kids help choose their favorite Halloween characters or animals to include on these little treat bags. Then fill them with candy or other goodies!
Photo: Splendid Supply for Momtastic
Line your walkway with some luminaries that were hand-painted by your family!
Photo: Modern Parents Messy Kids for Momtastic
Mom can paint the cup; kids can cut out faces for their very own jack o' lantern that will last year after year.
Photo: And We Play for Momtastic
These cute little monster boxes will chomp up all your candy if you're not careful! Round up a supply of googly eyes, pompoms, and other fun trim and let the kids go to town decorating their own.
Photo: Confetti Pop for Momtastic
Go hunting for the perfect rocks in your own backyard and then transform them into tiny ghosts! Guaranteed to be a kid pleaser.
Do a little paper crafting with the kids and make a whole garland of these cute paper pumpkin lanterns.
You can make a whole family of witches with just a handful of pinecones and a little imagination!
Photo: The Kid's Fun Review for Momtastic
It just takes a few minutes to create this scratch-off board for your child, but they'll have fun playing with it for a good long while!
Photo: Say Yes for Momtastic
Give your candy a little character and keep it in some silly little monster jars! Kids can help choose the characters and decorate faces.
The perfect place to hide Halloween candy? In a piñata, of course! These witch hat piñatas would be great for school parties.
Photo: Studio DIY
Make a ghostly, glowing miniature bowling set with glow sticks and plastic cups! The kids will love helping draw on the ghost faces.
Photo: She Knows
Let your kids go wild making these little bats out of empty toilet paper rolls. Mix and match patterns for the wings, and get creative with faces!
Photo: Savvy Sassy Moms
Perfect for a party favor or just a fun accessory, these kooky necklaces are a snap to make.
Photo: My So Called Crafty Life
Keep your Halloween treats in these adorable monster boxes. Have the kiddos help you make the craziest monster faces they can think of.
This creepy, crawly craft is so easy to do.
Photo: The Magic Onions
Use old corks to make tiny Halloween buddies. Kids can help paint and decorate them, and then use them at playtime.
Photo: Molly Moo Crafts
A brilliant project for kids who love to use their imaginations! String together some pasta to make a marionette that dances.
Photo: Handmade Charlotte
A simple origami folding project becomes a fun Halloween pencil topper.
Photo: Goh Likim
A perfect crafty project for you and the kids to do together! Paper straws, yarn, glitter, and glue all add up to make a creepy crawly spider garland.
Photo: Oh My! Creative
You only need three ingredients to make your own icky Halloween slime! And best of all, kids can choose their own colors.
Photo: Morena's Corner
These glowing water beads are so cool! Safe, edible, and non-toxic, they're simple to make and kids love to swirl around in them.
Photo: Fun at Home with Kids
Cut out pumpkins and different face shapes and let your kids go crazy sticking them to the windows! They come off clean so they make for hours of play.
Photo: Crafts Unleashed
Use leftover popsicle sticks from summer for some fall spiderwebs! A perfect project for your crafty kids.
Think up as many Halloween shapes as you can for these simple party straws. Witch hats, cauldrons, bats, spiders, and black cats are all fair game.
Photo: Paper & Stitch
If you can handle the ick factor, these creepy insect lamps are totally fun! Use the free printables and deck out all of your lampshades.
Photo: Say Yes
It doesn't get much cooler than this terrarium, hidden inside a pumpkin that'll last forever. Download the free printables and get to work.
Photo: The Paper Mama
Crafting projects that, once made, you can use over and over are some of my faves. You can pull these plates out year after year for the Halloween season!
Photo: The Proper Pinwheel
Having a Halloween party? Get your craft on and make some of these for your drinks and sweets. Put them on stirrers or on cakes and cupcakes for a fun touch.