Halloween Word Search

Halloween Word Search Printable Worksheet

Halloween- what a fun night for kids- what to dress up as, and what little goodies or candy will they get at a trunk or treat or trick or treating in the neighborhood?   A night of make believe, of spooky ghosts and goblins, and ghoulish treats and maybe a few tricks.

Add a little fun to Halloween week with this Halloween Word Search to do at home or in class.

Words:  Bat, Boo, Candy, Cat, Costume, Ghost, Halloween, Pumpkin, Spooky, Treat, Trick, Witch

Directions:  Click the image or click here to print the word search pdf.

Please do a print preview and only select the page need (word search page) as there may be a directions and website url page you do not need to print.

We hope you enjoy!



Halloween Trick or Treat Figures

Halloween craft project

Halloween Craft Project

This is a really fun and colorful Halloween project that the kids will have fun making.  It’s another of our recycled craft projects, which lets us all do our part for the environment while having a bit of fun.  It’s a simple project and the Halloween figures can be any theme a child wants, a ghost, a frog, a princess, a pirate and more.

Materials List:

  • Recyled paper towel rolls
  • Paper towels
  • Duct tape
  • Sticky back foam or felt
  • Paint/ brushes
  • Scissors


  1.  Cut paper towel rolls about 4 inches or 5 inches tall.  Squeeze one of the end openings to form the neck.
  2.  Cut, or tear, a piece of paper towel about 3″ x 3″ or slightly larger.  Set aside, then tear off a smaller piece of paper towel and roll into a ball. Place the ball inside of the square, cover to form head and squeeze ends together to form a neck.
  3. Insert head/neck into the neck of the paper towel roll.  Tape around entire neck area.
  4. Paint head and body and let dry.
  5. Make ears and accessories with foam or felt, then attach.
  6. Paint eyes and let dry.

Monster Box Recycled Craft Project

Halloween Craft Project

Recycled Craft Activity

This is a fun craft project that kids can do at home or in school and it’s perfect for a home school art activity.  Although it works well for any time of the year, it is a great Halloween craft project.

Other than paint, all the other needed materials used in the project are recycled.

Materials Needed:

  • Recycled boxes, such as cracker box, tissue box, etc.
  • Recycled egg cartons
  • Card stock or construction paper
  • Scissors
  • Paint/brush
  • Glue


  1. Choose a box, then cut out a large opening for a big mouth.
  2. Paint box desired color and let dry thoroughly.
  3. Using a pencil, lightly draw the approximate size and shape of mouth opening onto the card stock.  Now draw jagged teeth and a line that is about 1/2″ wider than the mouth opening, so this can be glued to the box.
  4. Cut through the center of your mouth opening so that you have an upper and lower set of teeth showing.  Erase the first line of mouth opening so that you don’t accidentally cut on this line.  Now cut out the two parts, for upper and lower sets of teeth.
  5. Glue teeth onto the inside of the box at the mouth opening.
  6. For the eyes, cut apart an egg carton, leaving two sections together for eyes.
  7. Paint eyes any desired color and let dry.
  8. Glue eyes in place, letting dry thoroughly.