Halloween is around the corner, and my family has certain traditions we enjoy throughout the holidays. When my kids were younger, we\u2019d go on a Halloween hunt, where we'd drive through neighborhoods looking for the best decorations. As they\u2019ve gotten older, finding the right costume and hanging with friends has become the most important activity, not to mention watching the scariest movies I will allow. For toddlers and preschoolers, however, finding fun activities and crafts can be tricky, because many youngsters don\u2019t enjoy super scary things. Instead, the focus should just be on having fun! In that spirit, here are some toddler-friendly, preschooler-friendly activities to add some extra fun to your family traditions. Googly Eye Sensory Bag Photo by Hands on As We Grow Fill a Ziplock bag with clear or colored hair gel, and add googly eyes from your local craft store. Close the bag and add a strip of super glue across the top to prevent leaks. Just like the popular slime and other sensory toys, let the kiddos play away! Find one tutorial on how to make a googly eye sensory bag here. Halloween Bowling Photo by Mas & Pas Decorate plain white paper or plastic cups with ghost faces or bats. Stack them in a tier formation for a good ol\u2019 game of bowling. You can even use an orange (with added pumpkin face, of course) to roll across a hard surface to knock down the cups. The best news for parents: no one will get hurt if the items get thrown too hard or fall over on someone. Find a tutorial here. Five Little Pumpkins Photo by What I Live For Have you heard the catchy poem, Five Little Pumpkins? While singing the rhyme, let your toddler glue a fence -- made from popsicle sticks or pretzel sticks -- to a sheet of construction paper. Top the fence with five pumpkins -- made out of construction paper, felt or even stickers -- and don\u2019t forget the moon or witches in the air! Find a tutorial here. \u201cFive little pumpkins sitting on a gate, The first one said, \u201cOh my! It\u2019s getting late!\u201d The second one said, \u201cThere\u2019s witches in the air.\u201d The third one said, \u201cBut we don\u2019t care.\u201d The fourth one said, \u201cI\u2019m ready for some fun.\u201d The fifth one said, \u201cLet\u2019s run and run and run.\u201d Ooooh went the wind and OUT went the lights and the five little pumpkins rolled out of sight.\u201d Fall Leaf Craft Photo by The Inspired Home Celebrate autumn's changing leaves with this craft. Trace your child\u2019s arm and hand on a piece of construction paper (from around their elbow and on up) and cut out the shape. Let them decorate the shape with crinkled pieces of yellow, orange and red tissue paper, making \u2018leaves\u2019 for their tree. Find a tutorial here.