Get rid of those plastic lids from juice or milk cartons to make these creepy creatures.
This craft is meant for older children, and may require a bit of help from an adult. But once it's completed, this pumpkin coach will have any Cinderella-lover rushing to find a glass slipper.
This simple craft can be made using any kind of paper, but the texture of the sandpaper makes it fun especially for kids with visual disabilities.
19. Pumpkin Jars
Coat the inside of an empty jar with orange acrylic paint, create a spooky jack-o'-lantern face and you'll have the perfect decoration or candy jar for Halloween.
Hang these cute bats and ghosts from chandeliers, lights, and other high areas in your home.
Turn a can into the monster from Frankenstein -- then fill it with Halloween candies for the trick-or-treaters, Halloween party attendees, or just you and your kids!
22. Mummy Pumpkin
Cover a plastic pumpkin in cheesecloth for a creepy decoration.
Got lots of those plastic or paper cups in your pantry? Reuse them to create these cute spider crafts that your kids will love to decorate.
24. Monogram Pumpkin
Personalize a pumpkin with this easy monogram.
Draw fun Halloween shapes and phrases on plain rocks with this simple craft.
No Halloween is complete without a haunted house. Here's an easy way for kids to create one.
Line your table or windows with these decorated glass candleholders.
28. Halloween Hands
This is a classic edible Halloween craft, made with popcorn and candy corn.
29. Bean Mosaics
Keep little hands busy with these easy-to-make pumpkins, bats and ghouls. Create a bunch and decorate your entire house with these fun creations!
30. Window Trees
Hang these cardboard cutouts in your window for a true haunted house effect.
31. Pumpkin Bowling
All you need is a pumpkin and some toilet paper for this ghoulish party game!
Jennifer Eberhart is a Contributor for Care.com, the largest online care destination in the world.
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