Halloween is a wonderful time! October might be my favorite time of year! My fellow Influential Mama Network bloggers have gathered together to share this ultimate list of fabulous ideas for a fun and spooky Halloween! Make sure to check out all of the wonderful posts for enjoying Halloween!
DIY Lego Movie Costumes for the Family
This fun family had to create their own Lego Movie costumes. These were all made from t-shirts or sweatshirts and did not require sewing! The adults are Benny and Wyldstyle. The kids are Emmet, Batman, and Unikitty.
I decided to try a quick and simple craft for Halloween with my toddler. I picked spider as our theme since he loves the song “The Itsy Bitsy Spider” and I figured it would be an easy craft to make.
Teal Pumpkin: 5 Tips for Allergy-Friendly Halloween Treats
Teal Pumpkin Project is an amazing idea that was started by the Food Allergy Research and Education (FARE). It’s a way for the community to support children with food allergies on Halloween by offering non-food treats. But, it’s more than just setting a Teal Pumpkin on your porch.
Happy Halloween! This is one of my favorite holidays as an adult, and it is certainly a fun holiday for the littles. But going out trick-or-treating can be on the dangerous side. Here are some safety tips for having fun on Halloween.
The Free Halloween Activity worksheets contain a few different exercises for kids of different learning levels. If you’d like to download each activity separately, I’ve listed the individual pages below! All of these pages would work great with dry erase pocket folders that would allow you to reuse the sheets again and again.
Is Your Toddler Obsessed with the Itsy Bitsy Spider Song? Make this spider craft!
But what do you do when your toddler is obsessed with the Itsy Bitsy Spider song? You give in and play along, of course! Make this easy and fun paper plate spider craft with your toddler or preschooler today!
This easy Halloween craft for preschoolers is perfect for those busy days when you are looking for a simple project to do with your kiddo. The end result is a super cute Halloween decoration that you can put outside or display inside your house.
This year I want to help you, and myself, give out some cool non-candy treats for Halloween without breaking the bank.
Try this twist on the regular ice cream float that’s perfect for Halloween.
We combined optical illusion art with crayon resist art to make a super cool Halloween project for kids. Your kiddos can make a really cool spiderweb using a wax resist (crayon resist) art technique with a white crayon and some Bingo daubers! And it’s also a great science activity.
What are some of your favorite things about Halloween?
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