Looking for a fun Halloween craft idea? Here’s how to make a Witch Hat Headband. Your kids will love it!
This is an awesome Halloween craft for kids of all ages. I love that it is super simple and a low mess activity.
Kids love making things they can wear and as a bonus, this Halloween activity provides a great opportunity for little ones to practice their scissor skills!
There’s two versions of the Witch Hat.
One is a full-color version, great for when you want to quickly print, cut and assemble.
The other one is a “color your own” black and white version that is perfect for coloring and then cutting out and putting together.
Before we dive into the craft, here’s…..
Some Fun Facts about Halloween!
Here’s a few cool facts about Halloween from the History Channel:
Year after year, Witch still ranks among the top costumes, often #1, for most popular Halloween costume.
One quarter of all the candy sold annually in the U.S. is purchased for Halloween.
Over 20% of people buy Halloween costumes for their pets. (LOL. Isn’t that an awesome statistic!)
Alright, let’s get started on our easy witch hat headband!
Supplies to make a Witch Hat Headband
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For this easy Halloween project you will need:
– A printed copy of the Witch Hat Headband template (I recommend printing on cardstock)
– Child-Safe Scissors (This brand is the best!)
– A Stapler (and don’t forget the Staples!)
– Crayons or Colored Pencils (if you are doing the black and white version)
How to Make a Witch Hat
First, print out a copy of the Witch Hat Headband template printable. I recommend printing on cardstock to make it more sturdy, but regular paper will work as well.
Next, give your child crayons or colored pencils to color the witch hat. (If you’ve chosen the full-color version, you can skip this step!)
It’s time to cut! Have your child cut the hat out and the strips of paper for the headband. My 4 year old was able to cut out this hat, but if your child is a little younger they may need some help.
After all the pieces of the witch hat have been cut out, use a stapler to attach the strips of paper to the hat to create the headband. Adjust the headband to fit your child and cut off the excess paper.
Yay! Now your child is ready to celebrate Halloween!
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If you enjoyed this activity be sure to check out the 3 Free Printable Halloween Monster Coloring Pages here, including a Create Your Own Monster coloring sheet.
You can also grab some free Fall Printables here including a cut and paste Jack-O-Lantern and a pumpkin tractor!