Spooky season can provide some fantastic sensory activities for tiny hands. The rich and vibrant tones and smiley pumpkin faces can provide endless amusement! With the help of this quick and easy project guide, you’ll discover three fun Halloween projects that are ideal to make with your little ones.
Creating spider prints using cardboard tubes is super-quick and so much fun! And the perfect shape of a pumpkin can be made easily by using an apple slice, ideal for tiny hands and a fun way to explore the fruit.
Painting pumpkins, squashes and gourds is such a simple and fun way for little ones to get involved in the Halloween activities. Much easier than carving pumpkins, there is lots of scope for mark making, colour combining, and line practice. Each member of the family could make one and create a vibrant autumnal display!
Project and instructions by Georgia Coote.