Here are some great ways to give your child a fun and bewitching day!
- Green foam circle
- Black construction paper
- Orange construction paper
- Yellow construction paper
- Two googly eyes
- Black marker
- Cut out two long strips of orange construction paper for the hair.
- Glue one orange strip of hair to each side of the witch’s head as shown.
- Cut out a large triangle of black construction paper for the hat.
- Glue the hat to the top of the witch’s head as shown.
- Cut out a crooked nose as shown from the yellow construction paper.
- Glue the nose in the middle of the witch’s face as shown.
- Use a black marker to draw a wart on the nose.
- Use a black marker to draw a smile on her face.
- Glue two goggly eyes onto her face.
Make and Eat Witch Fingers
What You Need:
- Fish Sticks
- Cream Cheese
- Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
- Put frozen fish sticks onto baking sheet and bake for 17 to 19 minutes, turning them halfway through baking.
- Let stand for 2 minutes.
- Use a butter knife to smooth out cream cheese over the fish sticks.
- Cut olives in halves.
- Place the olive halves on one end of the fish stick to make them look like the witch’s fingernails.
Build A Witch Activity
- For this activity, you will need a magnetic surface (refrigerators are great for more than just storing food) and a witch magnetic set. (I got mine at The Dollar Tree, but here is another great Halloween Build A Witch Kitchen Magnets Set.)
- Separate the witch pieces for your child and if you like, provide them with a picture of what the witch is supposed to look like or leave it up to them to create their own witch.
- Let your child put the picture of the witch together on the magnetic surface.
- As your child is putting the pieces onto the magnetic surface, have them tell you what part of the body it is.
Make A Witch’s Brew
- Multicolored Halloween-themed Foam Stickers
- Lay out the “ingredients” (stickers) for the brew onto a plate.
- Have you child count how many ingredients there are.
- Have your child pick out what ingredients they want in their witch’s brew by putting them into their bowl.
- As they are putting the ingredients into the bowl, have your child say what it is and what color it is. (Ex. “The pumpkin is orange.”)
- Have your child stir up the witch’s brew with a spoon.
What You Need:
- Toy Broom
Have your child get onto the broomstick and go for a fun “flight” around the room! Don’t forget to have them cackle like a witch!