Halloween Blog Posts
- 3 Ideas for Leftover Halloween Candy
What should you do with leftover Halloween candy? Whether you bought more treats than you had trick-or-treaters or your kiddos just couldn’t eat their whole haul, you need to find a way to use up the candy. If you’re not sure what to do with the sugary stash, check out these ideas!
Donate the Halloween Candy
- Kids’ Haunted House Halloween Craft
How can your creative kiddo turn a plain old cardboard box into a haunted Halloween house? Search your space for a used appliance, moving or large electronics box. Make sure the box is sturdy and has all four sides. After you find the just-right box for this kids’ crafts, your little artist is ready to ...
- Halloween Party Games for Kids
Your family’s Halloween party isn’t complete without a few fun-filled, kid-friendly activities. You have the menu set, bought plenty of treats and planned spooky standout costumes. Now what? It’s time to come up with a few creative games and other entertaining ideas to keep the kids busy! If you’re not sure where to start, check ...
- Kids’ Halloween Ghost Card Game Craft Activity
Combine math and a fun-filled holiday game into one not-so-spooky Halloween kids’ activity! This ghost card number game is a craft that kiddos in preschool and up will enjoy making and using. Even though the cards have a Halloween theme, your family can continue to use them year-round.
Arts and Crafts Materials You’ll Need
White card ...
- Spooky and Sweet Halloween Marshmallow Pops
Are you looking for a special treat that’s easy to make? You’re in Halloween party planning mode. And, this means you’re on the hunt for tasty goodies to add to your dessert buffet. Forget about the tricks and focus on this marshmallow treat! You can customize these sweet pops to meet your needs or let ...
- Kids’ Glow In the Dark Halloween Ghost Art
Celebrate the spookiest holiday of the year with a glowing ghost art activity! Your kiddo can get creative this Halloween, explore science and make a completely cool display. This glow in the dark art idea is and easy artsy exploration for grade school aged children and their parents.
Materials You’ll Need
Black poster board paper
Cardboard- Reuse ...
- Halloween Fall Festival Activity At Home
Don’t have time to visit a pumpkin patch or fall festival? Make your own pumpkin-filled activity in your own backyard. Celebrate Halloween with this family-friendly at-home idea! You can magically transform into a fall fantasy, filled with pumpkins and so much more.
What You’ll Need
Pumpkins- Buy a variety of sizes from your local grocery store or ...
- Halloween and Fall Pumpkin Ideas for Families
It’s time for pumpkin everything! Celebrate fall and Halloween with these fun-filled, family-friendly pumpkin ideas. From crafts to cupcakes, your kiddos will enjoy these easy activities.
Your young children can’t carve a pumpkin yet. Instead of doing the knife-work for your kids, let them create their own jack o’lanterns- with paint. Start with a pumpkin ...
- Halloween Ghost Tree Craft for Kids
You don’t have to wait until Christmas to decorate a tree. Create a spooky display with a Halloween tree right now! Instead of a freshly cut, full pine, make this holiday tree out of bending and broken twigs. Send the kiddos outside for a twig scavenger hunt. Gather what the kiddos bring in and choose ...
- Halloween Candy Corn Recipe Ideas
Did you bulk buy candy corn? This Halloween treat is a favorite. But there’s only so much you can eat straight out of the package. If you’re looking for a creative way to use candy corn, check out these fun, family-friendly ideas.
Jack O’Lantern Cookies
Start with large sugar or chocolate chip cookies. Use your own favorite ...