Halloween is just around the corner, do you have something fun planned for your preschooler? These fun and easy Halloween preschool activities are a great way to have some spooky fun with your little one.
My kids love decorating pumpkins but we do tend to stay away from the really spooky stuff. My daughter is not fan of bugs so we had a bug sensory bin fail, but she’s been happily painting spiders which are less scary for her.
>> See more preschool activities
Preschool Halloween Activities
Halloween Preschool Printables – printable Halloween activities to work on different skills
Practice your fine motor skills with these Halloween Lacing Cards.
This Pumpkin Spice Rice – Fall Sensory Play by Learn Play Imagine would be a huge hit in our house, my daughter still loves her rice sensory bin.
Cupcake Liner Bats Halloween Craft by I Heart Crafty Things is a reason why I need to stock up on different colored cupcake liners.
A great way to practice fine motor skills by tracing circles with this Printable Preschool Halloween Games Worksheet by Lalymom.
I’m so impress with these homemade eyeballs from the Halloween Sensory Bin for Baby and Toddlers: Edible Eyeballs by Fun At Home With Kids
No Carve Pumpkin Robots – Halloween Kid Craft by Glued To My Crafts Blog is a great way to decorate those mini pumpkins.
I love crafting with coffee filters, they’re so inexpensive, you need to try these Pumpkin Suncatchers – Halloween Craft by Artsy Momma.
Recommended Halloween Books
More Halloween Activities for Preschool
Who doesn’t love a messy science experiment? Try this Halloween Science Fun with Fizzing Eyeballs by B-inspired Mama.
Have fun creating new artwork with this Not Too Gross – Eye Ball Painting by No Time for Flash Cards.
These Handprint Vampire Halloween Craft for Kids by Crafty Morning are so cute!
If you have some black play dough, you can try the Black and White Halloween Playdough Activity by Buggy and Buddy.
Glow in the Dark Slime by Playdough to Plato is a wonderful way to play with slime in the dark.
Get coloring with these Halloween Monsters Coloring Page by Trail of Colors.
The Halloween Dice Game Free Printable by Hands On As We Grow is a great way to practice counting the dice.