Bats don't have to be so spooky! Sometimes, they can be downright cute just like these fun bat crafts for kids! The kids will have a blast with fun "spooky-cute" craft projects. All are easy to make and guaranteed to bring squeals of excitement!
Create an easy and cute bat handprint craft that is perfect for toddlers, preschoolers, and elementary-aged kids. Handprint crafts for kids are a fun and easy way to keep the little ones entertained during holidays or any day. These arts and crafts projects are also great for teaching children about their handprints, how they’re all different from one another, and making them feel special.
The kids will love making this fun craft using an inexpensive plastic cup to make a hanging bat. Their creation can then be used to decorate tables, doorways or hang them in the tree's for a great night time effect.
Crafting is always a lot more eco-friendly when you can take things you find around your home and turn them into something new. This creepy little egg carton bat is a fun upcycled craft. You will only need a few simple supplies other than a cardboard egg carton so it shouldn't cost too much to get started.
This paper plate bat craft for kids will definitely delight your little ones! This activity is perfect for preschool children, kindergarteners, or early elementary students because it’s simple enough to complete on their own while still being creative and festive-looking.
Black craft paper, glue, and scissors are all you need to create these Shape bats. Learn about Bats, Common Shapes with this easy Halloween craft, perfect for adding a spooky touch to your front yard or classrooms
These little pom pom bats are OH SO SO CUTE! The kids can use them as Halloween Decorations, play with them, or attached them to their Zipper Pulls or turn them into Bat Keyrings.. there are so many ways to play with and enjoy your pom pom crafts!
This is meant to be a simple yet fun craft you can do at home with hopefully things you have on hand. Don’t have glue dots? Use a glue stick or glue gun. Don’t have juice boxes? Use a water bottle, soda can or even a snack bar. There are many ways to make this work and have fun.
You and the kids will simply adore this fun craft! It is easy to do and once made, they stand up on their own, you can clip them to the side of a mason jar or you can hang them from the ceiling! Yet they look great just standing on the edge of a table or shelf.
This bat popsicle stick craft will be such a hit with the kids. They’ll have so much pride seeing what they made after they’re done. And, this activity is pretty simple to make too. Just grab a few supplies from your craft closet and create an adorable little Halloween bat.
With this fun homemade matching activity, toddlers and preschoolers develop shape recognition and matching skills! They can match up textured and patterned Halloween shapes like bats, cats, pumpkins and leaves and owls.