Only one day left! Happy Halloween, tomorrow. Just in case you are looking for some last minute ideas, here are some ways to celebrate with ordinary supplies you probably already have on hand.
- White glue
- black food coloring/paint
- crayons/oil pastels
We drew our pumpkins and the background with pencil. Then we mixed the black into the food coloring into the glue. We painted the lines with the black glue. This created a barrier around sections that helped keep the watercolors in their section.
From the Archives
Halloween Wreath: We just used plastic Halloween trinkets we had collected over the season and glued them to a paper plate wreath we painted.
Cotton ball Ghost: I googled “ghost coloring page” and picked one I loved then printed it out. We glued cotton balls to fill it in. This is great for really little ones all the way up to 4/5 year olds. Especially when you let the squeeze the glue themselves. Excellent fine motor development!