These cute Jack-o'-lantern bookmarks are a great Halloween decoration for your kids' school pencil cases, lunch boxes or lolly bowls. Have your little ones place their bookmarks in their bowl of lollies, or use it to add a colourful mark for their reading books.
Dress up games, Book Week ideas and Halloween costumes don't have to break the bank. A few simple accessories can turn ordinary wardrobe items into a Harry Potter dress up costume. Try creating this Hermione costume for your little girl by tweaking our Harry Potter version.
Halloween means it is time to make some spooky, scary arts and crafts and this project is right on target for some creeptastic fun. Your kids will enjoy making these pencil toppers and can even use them as decoration for their school rooms or desks!
Instead of a plastic bag or an old pillowcase to collect Halloween treats, make a unique trick or treat bucket. Its functional (it collects lollies!), it can be part of the costume (and might score extra lollies!)
Bats make great decorations for any little kids room. You could be making this for a school project, Halloween decoration or just because you love bats. Simple and easy to follow instructions mean kids can follow along easily.
Decorating your house for Halloween is a fun way to get crafting with your kids. These spooky paper chain Halloween decorations are a cinch with our FREE printable. Choose from witches, bats or spiders to decorate your house for Halloween.
Collect your lollies or display your goodies in this monster-friendly eyeballs bucket that will impress even the scariest visitor this Halloween. It's easy to make and even the little kids can help out with fun decorating. You can use our FREE printable template for the eyeballs!
Creating dress up costumes doesn't have to be a costly exercise. You can make your own Where's Wally costume with what is in your wardrobe and a little bit of imagination. It's a fun way to dress up kids for Halloween, Book Week or fancy dress parties.