Halloween is getting close, but it’s not too late to fit in a few more fun and easy Halloween crafts with the kids! Try out these super easy mummies I came up with for a quick last minute activity with your toddler or preschooler!
I wanted to come up with an activity that only used items I already had and was easy to set up. All you need for this tot tray is construction paper, glue, a marker and toilet paper.
To prepare the tray I cut out people shapes from black construction paper and strips of toilet paper to make our mummies. I used about 4 squares of toilet paper and just placed them on top of each other so I could cut a bunch at a time!
I set the tray out for Carter and told him it was time for an activity, which he was really excited about! It was his first time using a glue stick so we spent some time talking about that and I showed him how to use it and how to place the paper on the glue. We worked together on this activity. Sometimes he stuck the paper on, and sometimes he showed me where to place it. He was mostly interested in the glue stick!
After he was done I drew eyes on the mummies with a black marker and hung them on the dining room window (where we usually hang his artwork)! He proudly showed them off to my friend who came over later that day!
This was a quick activity but fun!
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