Looking for some Halloween toys for kids to gift out? If you are, you are at the perfect place. In this deal-guide, I have listed toys for different age groups of children.
Best Halloween Toys for Kids & Young Teenagers
Halloween toys for kids between 4-6 years old
There are various toys that your 4 to 6-year-old would love to play with throughout the spooky season. One of the most popular gifts for kids of this age is Halloween-themed soft toys. These are harmless, and your kids would love these and carry them to bed too. You can find soft toys or pushes in various characters from Pixar, Disney and Marvel movies. Other things include Disney action figures, Pumpkin Sensory Chew Necklace, Sticker books and various other collectibles. You can also buy them a jack-o-lantern teddy bear or a witch hat.
For children between 6-8 years old, any engaging toy/ activity can do the trick for children of this age group. Buy them Halloween-themed crayons. These are pretty affordable for less than $12, and you get a set of 5 cute crayons.
Candy corn bowling is also a fun activity that children would love. Other suggestions include paint by sticker kids: Halloween peel-off stickers, glow in the dark, untamed skeleton T-rex, Pumpkin pushie bubble toy, Pokémon Pumpkin Celebration Plush and such others.
Board games can also be a fun option, but that requires other people to enjoy.
Halloween-themed board games, card games, and puzzles are ideal for kids of this age group.
Puzzle games and board games help to build concentration and patience in children.
In addition, the Halloween-themed games will add a bit of twist to the normal games as many such games contain spooky illustrations and Halloween-themed boards to match the vibe. Thus, a few of the games you can gift them include Disney Hocus Pocus: The Game and Something Wild! The Nightmare Before Christmas Edition.
You can also gift them Lego sets like LEGO creator vampire and bat 6137133 Building kit or LEGO hidden side J.B.’s Submarine. Peppa Pig Little Vehicle Carriage Play Set is also another option you may consider.
Pushies and stuffed toys are great for all children, but we would specifically suggest any remote-controlled toy for children of this age.
Be it a moving bat or a spider or a ghost, children would love their ghost, which would move according to their wish. Thus you can get the Remote Control Creepy Crawlies, Octopus Remote Control Spider Realistic Scary for Halloween R.C. Prank Toys, Infrared Remote Control Spider Animal Toy or an Electronic Spider Toy Hamkaw Remote Control Realistic Tarantula Spider with Universal Wheel Glowing Eye Halloween Skull Spider.
These have the perfect combination of creep with fun. Some other good suggestions are The Haunted Mansion: Call of the Spirits Board Game, Glow in the Dark Rock Painting Kit and Vampirina Stow & Go Slumber Party Playset. You can get them any Halloween-themed board game, playset or action figurine.
Halloween-themed stickers and sketching books are great gifts for this age. Those books come with glow-in-the-dark stickers, spooky, lift flaps, illustrations and various other fun activities. Other fun activity sets include Aliens Dissection Kit, Play-Doh Super Monsters Moonlight Magic Set, My First Pumpkin PlaySet, ALIEN: Fate of the Nostromo Board Game, Monopoly: Ghostbusters Edition and similar other games. You can also gift your kid small action figurines and collectibles like Monster High Mini Collectible, LEGO BrickHeadz Halloween Witch and ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’ Figurines.
Halloween requires a lot of preparation and a lot of budgets. From costumes to decor, toys, candies and other gifts, there are various things that you need to consider while shopping for the spooky season. So we have brought a few budget-friendly children Halloween gifts that you will not hesitate to buy your child. We have also sorted many toys according to children’s age groups to help you find the most appropriate toy for your child. We hope that this article gives you a few good suggestions.
Halloween (All Hallow’s Eve) is a widely celebrated holiday that is celebrated on the eve before All Saints Day, or All Hallows Day, and marks the beginning of Allhallowtide. In most parts of North America and Europe, Halloween is celebrated non-religiously on October 31. The tradition of Halloween may have developed partially from the pre-Christian holiday Samhain. Samhain was celebrated in medieval Ireland on November 1.
The Celtic people marked the beginning of the new year and used it to ward off the evil forces that could damage their crops or kill humans during the cold winter. Over time, by the 9th century, All Hallows Eve was celebrated on October 31, which later came to be known as Halloween.
The festival became quite popular among children, and they celebrate it by dressing up in spooky costumes and going around the neighborhood for treats or tricks. To make Halloween more special for kids, we suggest you some toys that they would love to keep with them throughout the spooky season.
Disclaimer: I am an affiliate for one or more products listed on this page. If you click a link and complete a purchase, I might make a commission. This helps me keep the site ad free. Please see the full Disclaimer here.