It’s been a long time since my two were little enough to want to do puzzles and jigsaws with me but when I saw these Halloween puzzles I knew they’d be perfect for some of you who have little ones.
I’ve got three super cute Halloween puzzles for you today that I think will be suitable for around ages 3-5 if my memory of little children’s hands and minds serves me rightly.
The best way to make these puzzles is to print them out onto normal paper and then using a glue stick, stick the printout onto some card (a cereal box is ideal) and then cut out the pieces where the lines are. Once your pieces are cut out, just make sure there are no bits where you need to glue down around the edges, and then you’re good to go.
Here’s the first of the three Halloween puzzles – a nice and simple one for you to cut out and your little one to do to get you started… 😇
And the second one which is still easy for you to make but a little but harder for your little one to put back together…
And here’s the last one, which is definitely the hardest to make and do… 🤣
There’s some more Halloween puzzles for older children here.
I really miss the days when we used to do things like this! Honestly, if I have one piece of advice for anyone with young children, it’s to enjoy every single minute with them.
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