Witch Haircut Activity & Craft is a fun and easy way to practice scissor skills this Halloween. Create a spooky witch who is in needed of a haircut! A fun activity and craft in one and a great way to keep your kids busy after school!
How to Make a Witch Haircut Activity & Craft
- The first part of this activity you can have your child put together for themselves or you can prepare it for them. If your child is putting it together, cut out all the parts of the witch and invite them to glue them down and then give her a haircut.
- Cut out a circle with the top straight out of green construction paper. This will be the face of the witch. Glue to a sheet of card stocker construction paper.
- Draw a face and either draw eyes or glue on googley eyes.
- Cut out a witch hat from purple construction paper.
- Cut out hair from orange construction paper. To do this take an entire sheet of construction paper and cut strips. Leave the top part in tact.
- Glue the hair to the top of the witch’s face. Glue the hat on top.
- Now for the fun part! Invite your little one to cut the hair in front of the witch’s face so that she can see! They can cut her hair however they like!
- Once they are done they can then glue the pieces back around the witch’s face for hair but in a style that allows the witch to see while she is traveling on her broom stick!
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This activity is good forpre-k, kindergarten aged children 3 years old and up. My kids are 4.5, 4.5 and 8 years old.
The mess level for this activity is low.
Difficulty to Create
Scissor skills, Language development, color recognition, hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, imaginative play, creativity.
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- Construction paper (green, orange, purple and white)
- Black Marker
- Googley eyes
- Child safe scissors (find links to the scissors I like to use as well as tips for teaching scissors skills here)
Books, TV Show & Play Kits!
Engage your child in hours of play with my colorful collection of over 60 sensory bin activities, recipes and play projects that aid with memory formation, language development, problem-solving skills and more. Perfect for toddlers from eighteen months to three years old and beyond, each bin makes use of materials you already have at home and helps reignite your kids’ interest in toys long forgotten.
Boring afternoons are made exciting with awesome animal-based bins, like Salty Shark Bay or Yarn Farm. Pretend play bins like Birthday Cake Sensory Play or Bubble Tea Party encourage creativity and imagination. And your kids will have so much fun they won’t even know they’re getting smarter with STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) activities like Sink or Float Soup, Magnetic Letter Hunt or Ice Cream Scoop and Count.
With setup instructions, details on how to guide your child through each activity, suggestions for what to talk about with your child as they play and other useful tips, Mandisa gives you all the information you need for creative sensory activities your kids are bound to love.
Designed for toddlers 18 months and up.
Learning all about science, technology, engineering, art, and math sets kids up for scholastic success―and it can be so much fun! Watch kids enjoy building STEAM skills as they color friendly fish, help water find its way to tree roots, solve math problems with mazes, and more.
Find out more and grab your copy here.
Designed for preschoolers 3 years old and up.
Riddle me this: What’s an exciting way to practice critical thinking while having a blast? The Big Riddle Book for Kids, of course! From hilarious puns to tough brain teasers, kids can build problem-solving skills with hundreds of riddles that show them how to think outside the box.
- 350 riddles for kids—Have hours of fun with riddles, puns and jokes, and math and logic puzzles that’ll get their wheels turning!
- Level up their skills—Riddles get trickier as kids progress through the book, challenging them as they get better at solving puzzles!
- Double-check their work—Kids can check their answers in the back of the book with a handy answer key.
Help children expand their minds while having fun with this puzzle book for kids!
Designed for kids ages 6 years old and up.
TV Show: Curious Crafting
Set in the ultimate crafting space, Curious Crafting is a short form pre-school age series about the joy of making crafts. I lead a rotating cast of adorable little preschoolers (including my own) making magic out of common household objects.
In each episode we transform recycled items into magical crafts like a milk carton school bus, paper bag puppet or cotton pad turtle. The crafters learn and laugh their way through each activity while demonstrating what their young imaginations can create.
Curious Crafting shares the adventure and joy of making art with takeaway lessons for creating crafts at home.
This show designed for toddlers and preschoolers 2.5 years old and up.
The Best Sensory Play Kits for Kids
Play is at the core of learning during the early years and it can take many forms. One of the most important of these is sensory play because it engages all of a child’s senses (taste, touch, smell, sight and hearing) and has a enoumous positive impact on brain development.
Our Sensory Play Kits are some fun and easy ways to keep your child engaged while at the same time using sensory play to nurture their mind!