Let your preschooler run wild with this paper folding activity that you can use in your home as Halloween decor.
It's as easy as it looks. Cut different lengths and widths of orange and black paper. Show your child how to fold a fan, making their first fold across the paper starting about an inch away from the bottom. Flip the paper over and help your child make the next fold about an inch away from the last fold. Show your child how to repeat the process, flipping the paper over and folding, until your child runs out of room to fold.
You can hang your child's folded masterpieces by threading white embroidery floss through a needle, tying a knot at the end of a piece of thread, and poking a hole with the needle at the top of the folded paper. Bring your thread up through the hole in the paper until you reach the knot at the end of your thread.