Create a fun and easy ghost sticky wall using one of my favourite activity supply items: contact paper. Its a great fine motor activity to do this Halloween!
This activity was so fun and my happy kindergartner really got into!
It is very easy to set up and a great fine motor skill activity that only requires a few supplies.
Ghost Sticky Wall is also a great activity that you can do with babies 12 months and up, toddlers and bigger kids!
I can’t wait to do this next Halloween with my happy twins and happy five year old!
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Here’s how to set up Ghost Sticky Wall
On the back of the contact paper, draw the outline of a ghost. Do not forget to include spooky eyes and mouth! And do not worry about how your draw. Your little one will enjoy it no matter how it looks!
Grab your cotton balls and place them in a container for easy access!
Tape up the Sticky Wall
Peel the back off the contact paper and use the painter’s tape or masking tape to attach it to the wall or window with the sticky side facing out.
Next, I asked my happy four year old, to cover the entire ghost in cotton balls to make it white!
The cotton balls are pretty amazing and you do not need too many to cover the entire ghost.
Have your little one dab the cotton ball on the sticky paper and bits of the cotton ball will stay.
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6 thoughts on “Halloween Ghost Sticky Wall”
Love it would love to do with my daycare suggestions for easy, safe transport of their Picasso?
So fun! First ensure that the entire sticky paper is covered with cotton ball fluff so no stickiness remains. Then cut around the outline of the ghost. You could also hole punch the top of the ghost so they can hang it as a Halloween decoration.
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Thanks! This looks like a fun (and easy) activity for a craft challenged grandma. Plan to do with 3 year old granddaughter tomorrow!
Yeah!! I’m all about fun and easy! I hope she enjoys it!!
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