1) Coffee Filter Spider Webs- Take coffee filters, scissors and black construction paper. Fold the coffee filters in half and make any design you like. Then take the black construction paper and cut out small spiders. After you simply glue on the black spiders to your designed coffee filters! Easy and fast activity for your and the family.
2) Poison and venom jars- Get clear jars around the house, you can use old spaghetti sauce jars or buy some at Michaels craft store. You can make labels for your jars using construction paper or printing out your own creative designs on your computer. Glue them to the jar labeled ‘Poison” “Venom” with skull and cross bones.
3) Boo Rocks- Take some rocks that you find around the house. They do not have to match just big enough to paint and write on. Color them completely with black paint. Next once they dry take white paint and write anything you want. Here painters chose to write Boo!
4) Spider Pops- You will need lollipops, black pipe cleaners and wiggly eyes. Make sure the pipe cleaner is centered on the lollipop stick making sure both sides are even and then twisting them tightly. Repeat 4 times to make 8 legs. Lastly, glue on your wiggly eyes for the finishing touch.
5) Spooky Picture Frame- You will need a plain picture frame, wiggly eyes and construction paper and glue. Glue the wiggly eyes all over the pictures frame, not leaving any blank space. Write something scary on the construction paper, cut them out and glue them on your picture frame. You can do this over the wiggly eyes.
6) Mummy Candy Holder- You will need a 4- ounce plastic water bottle, utility knife, quart size plastic container, wiggly eyes, tacky glue, cotton balls, cheesecloth and scissors. Using the utility knife cut the top of the water bottle or for a bigger mummy use the quart size plastic container. Glue a cotton ball to the middle of the container for the nose, then glue a pair of wiggly eyes. Cut strips of cheesecloth. Glue on end of cloth to the container and start wrapping the cheesecloth around covering the nose but not the eyes. Continue this process a few times.