Have you been looking for the perfect bewitching Halloween craft that’s both fun and educational for kids? Your search ends with our witch paper hat!
Whether you’re an educator or a parent guiding home-based learning or an instructor in charge of daycare activities, this craft is bound to add a magical touch to your Halloween celebrations.
Our witch headband comes in two versions: pre-colored and black-and-white versions, providing children with the perfect witchy canvas to express their creativity.
Kids can have a blast coloring and customizing their witch hats, creating a cute, spooky Halloween hat to wear at home or during class.
Fashioning the witch paper crown is a simple and fun activity for kids of all ages, perfect for the classroom, daycare, or crafting at home.
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The witch crown is part of a collection of 12 Halloween paper hats. Make sure to check them all out.
Our witch hat craft makes the perfect addition to a classroom Halloween party. Kids can make and then wear their hats during the party! Or it can be used during any Halloween lesson plan alongside fun Halloween facts.
The craft pairs perfectly with fun witch-themed movies for kids or even witchy storybooks that you can read out loud or recommend to the class. Our craft is truly a fantastic opportunity for kids to immerse themselves in the spooky season, whether they’re creating the hat during a lesson plan or to prepare for a classroom Halloween party.
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If you’re looking for a witchy, kid-friendly Halloween craft for the upcoming Halloween season, then look no further than our fun paper hat craft for kids.
Witch 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.
Tape two side panels to the front piece.
Bend the headband into a circle. Wrap it around the kid’s head to check for fit. Tape the ends together.