The Top 20 Best Halloween Activities from Kid Bloggers

By Blog Editor Susan Wells

One of my responsibilities at Steve Spangler Science is to get to know bloggers by reading their blogs, leaving comments and sharing with them. Mom bloggers are incredibly creative. All of us at the Spangler Labs enjoy seeing twists on our experiments as well as new activities and science lessons that come out of the parent blogging community. Here is our choice for the top 20 blog posts for Halloween from some of the blogging world’s best kid bloggers. Not all activities are fully science-related, but all are unique and creative and will give your Halloween some extra fun.

If you see an idea below that catches your fancy, share it with your friends, family and blog readers. Just keep in mind that if you like it, link it. Give credit to the originator of the idea. Then go out and come up with your own unique idea.

1. Glowing Goblin Goo
from Growing a Jeweled Rose

2. Sensory BOO Bottles 
from Mom 2 Posh Lil Divas

3. 5 Science Experiments for Halloween
from Science Sparks

4. Halloween Science Fluorescent Chlorophyll
from Inspiration Laboratories

5. Bones. Skeletons. Science
from Rainbows Within Reach

6. Halloween Animal Activity for World Animal Day
from BlogMeMom

7. Halloween Sensory Bags – Goblin Guts & Melting Witch
from Growing a Jeweled Rose

8. 5 Little Pumpkins Activity Packet
from Playdough to Plato

9. Halloween Messy Jelly Play
from Nurture Store

10. Halloween Count Down Calendar
from KC EDventures

11. 10 Little Pumpkins Felt Story Board
from Love, Play, Learn

12. Monster Eggs – Colored Halloween Eggs
from Growing a Jeweled Rose

13. Halloween Ice Ghosts
from the Golden Gleam

14. Spider Activities for Kids
from Here Come the Girls

15. Tie Dye Pumpkin Shirt
from Momma’s Fun World

16. Fall Activities for After School
from The Educators’ Spin On It

17. Glycerin Leaves
from TinkerLab

18. Kool-Aid Pumpkins
from Housing a Forest

19. Scarecrow Crafts and Games
from B-Inspired Mama and Educators’ Spin On It

20. Monster Race Board
from Glittering Muffins

Looking for more ideas? Kindergarten and Preschool for Parents and Teachers also has an extensive list of Halloween learning and sensory activities.

11 thoughts on “The Top 20 Best Halloween Activities from Kid Bloggers”

  1. Thank you so much for including our Fall Activities for AFter School. We do a lot of science experiments together after school and I can’t wait to check out the rest of the collections you’ve shared. What a fun week we’re going to have for Halloween!

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