The countdown is on until the spookiest day of the year takes over and we go from wearing t-shirts and jeans to black cat suits and Superman ensembles. That’s right, it’s nearly Halloween!
As you’ll remember rightly, last week we started our four part arts and crafts Halloween how to series, kicking off with creepy-crawly spiders. This week, we’re continuing with our creature theme to bring you bewitching bats!
Our arts and crafts guides are simple and easy to follow, while allowing your children to get creative making and decorating. They’re an ideal activity to get stuck in to on those stay-at-home days during October half term!
Check out our video for extra guidance and inspiration!
Next Saturday we’ll be featuring the third part of our Halloween how to series where you’ll learn how to create a black cat using paper plates. See you then!
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