Halloween Blog Posts

  • Halloween Candy Recipes Holiday chocolateAlong with trick-or-treating comes the obligatory mountain of Halloween candy. While letting the kids snack on some of it is part of the celebration, you can also use the sweets to make a few creative goodies! Halloween S’mores You’ve already got the chocolate covered. So, why not add in a marshmallow and two graham crackers? Pop the ...
  • Halloween and haunted houses from Spooky Town spooky-town-haunted-villageHalloween and haunted houses go hand-in-hand. That said, you don’t have to head out into the autumn evening to catch a look at one of these super-spooky attractions! Whether you want to visit the real deal or stay home and set up your own mini version, we’ve got some of the hottest haunted houses for ...
  • DIY Kids’ Halloween Costumes Halloween costumeHalloween costumes don’t have to equal pricey store-bought outfits. Before you give your credit cards a workout this fall, swap the expensive ready-made gear for the DIY kind. As a bonus, making your own kids’ Halloween costumes gives both you and your child the chance to get creative and come up with imaginative ideas. Check ...
  • Play Pumpkin Paddle this Halloween Pumpkin gameAre you thinking about getting crafty this Halloween? Why not have the kids create an imaginative art project that also doubles as a holiday-themed game. Help your little one build fine motor skills, coordination and balance while make a jack o’ lantern pumpkin seed catcher! The game requires your child to catch and keep the ...
  • Bat Cake Recipe Halloween Treat Bat cakesGo batty! Whether you’re planning a Halloween party or just need a few more sweets for trick-and-treat night, these easy-to-make bat cakes are fun for kids (and adults) of all ages. Stack two or make a mega-tower of bat after bat. Ingredients: Chocolate cake mix – Use your favorite recipe or pick up the boxed kind. Candy eyes ...
  • Kids’ Halloween Photo Frame Craft Holiday craftAlong with the adorably cute costumes and trick-or-treating fun comes those holiday pics! Instead of keeping them locked-up in your cellphone, print a few out and have your child help you to craft a Halloween photo frame. These monstrous art activity is simple enough for young children (preschool and kindergarten age) to create, but still ...
  • Halloween Pumpkin Chalkboard Craft pumpkin craftCraft your own Halloween décor, making a pumpkin handprint holiday sign! This easy-to-make project is perfect for kids and adults alike. Even novice crafters can quickly create this pumpkin-themed art. Before getting started, you’ll need a piece of scrap wood. Make sure that it’s flat and free from splinters (sand it if necessary). Reuse the ...
  • Halloween Witch’s Cauldron Cupcakes witch's cupcakesAdd a sweet treat to the tricks of Halloween night with a witch’s brew cupcake recipe! Whether you’re crafting a menu for a holiday party, taking a few goodies to your child’s school or making a Halloween night snack for the family, these cute cupcakes are simple to bake and fun to eat. You’ll need: Chocolate cake ...
  • Glitter Pumpkin Halloween Craft glitter craftCarving pumpkins is a favorite Halloween tradition. But, what happens when the kids want to create their own version? They’re too young to do the carving themselves, and they desperately want to be in charge. Put the carving tools away and hand over the tape and glitter! Your child can create her own craft patterned ...
  • Glowing Halloween Ghost Craft Halloween craftHalloween kids’ crafts come in all shapes, sizes and forms. From printable pumpkins to hand-made fabric witches hats, your child can craft up a holiday celebration at any age. If you’ve got a young child (in preschool or kindergarten) who’s just starting to get artsy, this sensory shaving cream ghost is an easy option! Materials: Shaving cream Glow ...