Are you searching for the perfect fang-tastic Halloween craft that’s both enjoyable and educational for kids? Then you’ve found the perfect choice in our vampire paper hat!
Whether you’re an educator or a parent overseeing home-based learning or daycare, this craft promises to bring a spooktacular vampire twist to your Halloween celebrations.
Our vampire headband comes in both colored and black-and-white versions, offering children the opportunity to express their creativity.
Halloween paper hats
This vampire crown is part of a collection of 12 Halloween paper hats. Make sure to check it out for more fun headband ideas.
Kids will enjoy choosing how to color and design their very own vampire hat for Halloween. The craft is designed to be easy to make, which makes it perfect for children in a wide age range.
This hat makes a great addition to a classroom Halloween party, an spooky October lesson plan, or even a fun at-home activity during the October Halloween season.
It can also be used as part of a classroom lesson plan in which children learn about the vampire myth, while coloring and creating their very own vampire paper hats.
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You can also combine our craft with a kid-friendly vampire movie for Halloween or even with a storybook about vampires read aloud in the classroom.
This will help kids really get into the Halloween spirit, whether it’s during a classroom party or they’re having Halloween fun at home or daycare.
If you’re looking for a vampire-themed kids’ activity for this upcoming Halloween season, our vampire paper hat craft is a fun, spooky way to help kids get into the Halloween spirit in a classroom or at home.
Vampire Paper Hat
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Step by step instructions
Print the headband on white paper.
Color the front piece and the side panels (if using the black and white version) and cut them out.
Bend the headband into a circle. Wrap it around the kid’s head to check for fit. Tape the ends together.