Adorable and easy Halloween snack for kids. These cheese bats take just a minute to make, but they will make the kids light up!
Non-edible class treats with color-changing beaded bracelets and sugar skulls for the kids to color. These Disney’s Coco Inspired Sugar Skull Halloween Class Treats are so fun!
The kids will have a lot of fun and can easily make these simple bracelets. Their friends will love the spooky skulls and the color-changing magic of the bracelets! In the classroom they will be white, on the playground they will turn colorful, and when they come back inside they will glow! So fun!
Disney’s Coco Inspired Sugar Skull Halloween Class Treats are perfect for children with allergies because they are a non-candy Halloween treat.
Enter if you dare to see our 5 Favorite Halloween Projects. Cute and easy class treats, upcycled witchy decor, Dollar Tree spider wreath, and customized Halloween pumpkins for Trick-or-Treating.
Instead of toting around generic plastic pumpkin buckets for trick-or-treating, make those buckets a matching part of the kiddos’ costumes. A DIY Personalized Halloween pumpkin bucket is so much fun to get creative with and very easy to make.
With just a little pant and time, that plastic pumpkin trick-or-treat pail can look like a part of the costume.
I have a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle and Cinderella trick-or-treating this year, so we made a TMNT Raphael pumpkin bucket and Cinderella’s carriage, but my creative juices are going crazy with other possibilities!
Simple and adorable Halloween treat, and so easy to make! These Witch Broom Halloween Class Treats combine a sweet treat with a Halloween pencil. The best of both worlds and very cute for kids!
Using one of the cheapest candies out there – Dum Dums – and Dollar Tree pencils, this craft is inexpensive and easy enough for kids. Plus, the little Witch Brooms look so great, the kids will love them!
We’ve all done it. No matter how much we try to convince ourselves we won’t dip into the kids’ Halloween Candy, that time rolls around and we find so many fabulous excuses to sneak just a piece.
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I love a project that is cute, easy, and uses up the millions of plastic bags laying around the house.
These simple little ghosts are something I used to make with tissues or fabric on more than a few Halloweens. This time, we’re jazzing up Dum-Dums with white plastic bags.
Halloween is such a fun holiday! It is definitely one of my favorites for decorating.
I have a really easy Halloween decoration for your front door or window. You may even have the supplies laying around the house, making this so cheap, quick, and easy!