Halloween is a fun and festive holiday. There are costumes, games, scary movies, and sweet treats. In the midst of it all, we can’t forget the Halloween activities for toddlers.
There are many Halloween activities that are not designed for smaller kids. They might be too scary or simply not age-appropriate.
Finding fun things for toddlers to do on Halloween isn’t hard at all. With a little focus, the right Halloween resources and creativity, you’ll discover a wealth of activities that your toddler will love.
Halloween Crafts for Toddlers
Toddlers are amazing creatures with loads of energy. Which makes them perfect for hands-on crafts.
Doing crafts with small kids is not just fun. The activities help them to develop their motor skills, express their creativity and help them socialize.
Here are a few kid-friendly Halloween crafts that are perfect for toddlers. I’m sure you’ll have fun doing them as well.
Shake It Up! No Mess Pumpkin Painting for Kids – by Sunny Day Family
Sparkly Spider Web Collage for Kids – by Toddler Approved
Drawing with Colored Sand – by Buggy and Buddy
Paper Plate Pumpkins – by Clares Little Tots
Halloween Movies for Toddlers
Watching scary movies on Halloween is a well-known family activity. But let’s face it, most of the Halloween classics are too much for toddlers.
Here is a listing of toddler-friendly Halloween movies to incorporate into your family movie night. You can watch one of these first and when the little ones go to bed you can move on to the scary classics.
Halloween Games for Toddlers
Halloween parties are a great alternative to Trick-or-Treating. And what’s a party without games?
If you’re having a party with toddlers invited, you’ll need some fun games for them to play. Here are some fun games that any group of toddlers would enjoy.
Ghost Toss Halloween Game – by Mess for Less
Water Squirt Halloween Game – by Mommas Fun World
Ghost Bottle Bowling – by No Time for Flash Cards
Doughnuts on a String – by Martha Stuart
Halloween Treats for Toddlers
A Halloween celebration wouldn’t be complete without treats. Our little tots might not be ready for chocolate bars and skittles but there are some toddler-friendly alternatives that you can have ready for them instead.
Little Monster Cupcakes – by My Recipes
Spooky-Cute Monster Teeth – by Vitavibes
Banana Ghosts and Tangerine Pumpkins – by Creative Healthy Family
Pumpkin Rice Krispie Treats – by Cooking Classy
Halloween should be a fun time for all members of the family. Be sure to incorporate some of these Halloween activities for toddlers into your plans so that it is a fun time for all.
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