A Wall of Pumpkins: Halloween Art for Toddlers

This simple Halloween art for toddlers activity is one of our favorite easy Halloween paper crafts! It’s so fun and easy! Visit this post for more Halloween activities for littles!

A Wall of Pumpkins Halloween Art for Toddlers

A Wall of Pumpkins Halloween Art for Toddlers

We’ve decorated paper pumpkins before, but never this many! Gramma patiently cut them out, and they were lovingly decorated by our three resident artists.

I love the range of expressions! The smiling ones are lovely, but my favorite may be the large one slightly above Lily’s head, decorated by Johnny. This poor pumpkin is crying because he is covered in mosquito bites, and has a mosquito AND a spider on his head! I would be crying too, under those circumstances! I love the way simple art projects like this one can help kids explore emotional intelligence!

This simple Halloween art for toddlers activity is one of our favorite easy Halloween paper crafts! It's so fun and easy!

Emma added in a couple handprint based ghosts at the very end – can you spot them?

More Halloween Art Projects for Toddlers

Toddlers LOVE art projects! Here are a few more simple Halloween art projects for toddlers.

More Art Projects for Toddlers

These non-Halloween art projects are also bound to please!

What is your Halloween art for toddlers activity? Share favorites in the comments below, on my Facebook page, or by tagging me on Instagram.

MaryAnne lives in Silicon Valley with her Stanford professor husband Mike and their four children. She writes about parenting through education, creativity, and play. Mama Smiles - Joyful Parenting is a space to share crafts, hands on learning activities, and family outings that enrich lives and bring families together.

14 thoughts on “A Wall of Pumpkins: Halloween Art for Toddlers”

    1. I was a little surprised Johnny didn’t make him a band-aid – that’s how he prefers to look after his own mosquito bites =)

  1. Elisa | blissfulE

    Poor bitten pumpkin! Is Johnny plagued by mosquito bites like Michael is?

    I love how this medium allows them to think about expressions and emotions in a non-traditional way.

    1. They explored a LOT of emotions and expressions, it was a lot of fun!

      All of my kids are mosquito magnets – and this year we have a LOT of mosquitoes, with the hurricane and very rainy summer we’ve had!

  2. Valerie @ Frugal Family Fun Blog

    Awww… poor pumpkin! lol They are SO creative & I love that you have all those pumpkins so proudly displayed on the wall. Well done!! :-)

  3. Talk about great minds think alike. Savvy, Blakie and Taleea “decorated” paper pumpkins earlier in the week too. Actually, Savvy turned her pumpkins on the side and turned them into elephants. I have a blog post about this in draft waiting to be finished.

    A crying pumpkin with mozzie bites – poor pumpkin.

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