4. Paper Plate Ghost
Paper plates make awesome craft supplies. You can do so many things with them and this ghost is a great one for Halloween. This craft is very easy to make and you can use things you already have in your home: paper plates, toilet paper, and construction paper. It’s perfect for those days when you need something to keep your child entertained, but don’t have much time to plan or prepare anything. Not to mention that it won’t cost you anything extra since you’re using supplies you already have in your home.
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5. Q-Tip Skeleton
I think this Q-Tip skeleton is so cute and clever. It really does look just like a skeleton! This is another really easy craft using all the supplies you probably already have in your home. All you really need is some Q-Tips, glue, paper, and markers and you’re set to go! You’ll probably have to help your child with the placement of the Q-Tips, but they’ll still enjoy making a funny looking skeleton for your Halloween decor.
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6. Candy Corn Paper
If you’ve got some extra paper laying around that’s Halloween colored, have your child help you tear the paper up, then have them glue the pieces onto some candy corn shapes. For some reason kids love tearing things up, so they’ll have a blast helping tear the paper. Your child could make a few of these candy corn papers, then you could string them together to make a fun garland!
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