Halloween is Almost Here!
Pumpkins, Goblins and Ghosts…oh my! Halloween is almost here and my students love to celebrate this season. I love to take some time to complete some special activities with them. Here is a list of candy corn crafts that you are sure to love! There is nothing scary about these easy to do ideas.
These Candy Corn Crafts for Kids are the perfect projects to help kids get excited about Halloween without overdoing it on the sugar! Lots of the crafts offer opportunities for fine motor practice and creative thinking! And they are all classroom friendly! Just gather up some paper plates, pipe cleaners, some paint (and a few other inexpensive crafty things) and let the creativity flow.
This adorable Paper and Pipe Cleaner Candy Corn Craft is absolute perfection! It is fun, cheap and quick to make. There is even a free template included. (via Simple Everyday Mom)
The Candy Corn Button Art helps little fingers with fine motor skills and creates a beautiful piece of art to send home. With simple materials of either burlap or cardstock, buttons and a little paint and glue this craft will be the highlight of your classroom. (via Repeat Crafter Me)
The Paper Plate Candy Corn Banner is one of my absolute favorites. Once finished I always hang it around my classroom to add a cute fall touch. This one works on using scissors among other things, a skill so many of my students still need. (via The Gracious Wife)
Craft Stick Candy Corn is one of the easiest crafts for little hands to complete. Most teachers will already have the supplies on hand, saving some classroom funds as well. Although it is a simple craft, the outcome is adorable. (via About a Mom)
An easy way to decorate your classroom windows is with the Candy Corn Suncatcher. Tiny bits of tissue paper create a mosaic look that appears a bit like stained glass. (via Crafts by Amanda)
If you can find some triangle shaped rocks then the Kawaii Candy Corn Painted Rock is an adorable addition to your classroom. It is a simple craft, but guaranteed for students to love it! If you can’t find triangle shaped rocks then you could draw candy corn in the middle with a marker for students to color or make a cute pumpkin rock. (via I Love Painted Rocks)
Need a way to use up the rest of the tissue paper from the suncatcher craft? Your students will love making the Tissue Paper Candy Corn craft. These can also be hung in your classroom window to catch the sunlight. The tissue paper is placed between two pieces of contact paper keeping the bright white, yellow and orange shining. (via Typically Simple)
The Candy Corn Gift Box is the perfect addition to every classroom party. Your students can add Kawaii faces to make each a unique favor. Fill them with your students’ favorite candy for a gift they will love to take home. (via Red Ted Art)
Are you ready to get messy? Your students will love making Candy Corn Slime…the perfect ooey, gooey fall craft. The slime is a great sensory activity for those students who need a little calming and can even be saved for your quiet space. (via Messy Little Monster)
Your students will wear their Candy Corn Necklace proudly around the hallways. The color combo of this craft screams fall and Halloween and although easy to make, is one of my favorites. (via Kids Activities)
The Ripped Paper Candy Corn craft is super simple and super quick! Little hands will love tearing the paper for this craft. And because the edges are supposed to look a little tattered, your students cannot mess this one up. (via Our Kid Things)
The Candy Corn Silly Putty craft is a stretchy, squishy, fun time. And the best part, it is easier to make than you might think! Store this one in an airtight container for year round use. (via Natural Beach Living)
Toilet paper tubes are cheap and easy to come by. But they make the most adorable crafts. The Toilet Tube Candy Corn craft is no exception. The rest of the materials are things you probably already have in your classroom.With a downloadable template, you can’t go wrong with this one. (via The Inspiration Edit)
Pine cones are everything fall! So the Candy Corn Pine Cones craft is an adorable option for this time of year. With a little paint and a little glitter the pine cones really sparkle. (via Who Needs a Cape)
Your students may need a little help with the Candy Corn Painted Jars, but the end result is totally worth it! The best part is, they are the perfect container for the real candy corn, such a yummy treat! (via A Night Owl)
The Coffee Filter Candy Corn craft will look amazing hanging around your classroom. The cheap supplies and easy to complete instructions make this one a crowd favorite. Your students will love smushing the tissue paper and dabbing the glue to create this precious piece. (via Typically Simple)
There are so many fun ideas here and I can’t wait to get crafting with my students. Make sure you pin it so you can come back all season long. Which one will you make first?