OCTOBER 29TH, 2008 10:59AM PST 

Looking for ways to entertain sugared-up kids this week? Try one of these fun DIY projects just for children. I'll be adding to this post over the next couple of days as well.

*Older children will love using oil pastels to create these fun skeleton drawings.

*Make a simple beaded pumpkin with Blissfully Domestic.

*Younger kids will enjoy turning paper bowls into jack o' lanterns,

*And making candy-filled mummy jars.

*Kids will have a blast creating this fun autumn scene with Dim Sum, Bagels and Crawfish.

*Blissfully Domestic shows us how to make a tie-dyed pumpkin shirt,

*And a green blob in a bottle.

*Learn how to make fun beady spiders on Katie's Beading Blog.

*Kids won't be able to "resist" making midnight pictures with directions from scrumdilly-do!

*Create a dozen spooky spiders out of one egg carton, then use them to decorate.

*Younger kids will get a kick out of creating faces for this ghost garland.

*Once Halloween is over, why not make robots out of the candy boxes?

*That Artist Woman shows us how to create Halloween batiks to use in wall hangings and garlands.

*She also shows us how to make gorgeous Halloween art,

*Fabric ghosts,

*And a sweet owl project.

*Craft paper strip pumpkins with Art Projects For Kids.

*Julie K. In Taiwan uses Halloween to teach a fun M C Escher art lesson.

*Chica Schmica shares a fun Halloween egg carton diorama project.

*Make an adorable paper bag vampire bat with directions from Ramblings of a Crazy Woman.

*Sugar City Journal shows us how to make fun and spooky pop-ups.

3 Responses to “Kid’s Halloween Roundup”

  1. dolce chic Says:

    So many fun projects! The tie dyed shirt is so cute!!!

  2. Gail aka that artist woman Says:

    Hey Rachel,
    Thanks for all the links. I really appreciate it! I’m putting your site in my featured on section if thats OK.
    Great blog, I’ve been suggesting it to the teachers and moms at school.

  3. admin Says:

    Aww, thanks so much Gail! I have quite a few kid’s Roundups coming up, and hope to get a button on the side to keep them all in one place soon!

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