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All Treats, No Tricks | A Collection of Harvest/Halloween Activities & Recipes

October 30, 2015

 

PERSONALIZED TABLE SETTINGS

 

Materials 

Plastic tablecloth

Crayons, Markers

Paint

 Construction paper

Glue

 

Directions 

Place the table cloth on the table. 

Pull the edges and secure under the table with tape for a nice clean look. 

You may choose to pre-draw some objects for your children to color in, 

for example, leaves, pumpkins, scarecrows, trees, etc.

Materials used to decorate are optional and it is great to use things you already have around the house. (save money)

 

picture from: www.artistshelpingchildren.org

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DIY (Do It Yourself) CREATIVE TREATS

 

CARROT FINGERS

 

SPIDER COOKIES

 

CLICK THE LINK FOR STEP BY STEP DIRECTIONS ON TREATS LIKE THIS!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dVXheQX1M

 

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ALL TRICKS NO TREATS- THE HUNT

Now-a-days you can never be too safe when it comes to your children.

If you don't live in a neighborhood where you know and can trust your neighbors, you might be leery regarding "Trick or Treating."


Directions

For 2-4 year olds

For this activity you simply hide ALL TREATS around the house and put up sticky notes with hints of where the treats might be. Give them their buckets and let them hunt. 

(My children are very young they will need the sticky notes for guidance).  


For 4 year olds and up

For this age group you may want to hide "Tricks & Treats" around the house. 

Tricks, for example, would be opened candy, opened juice boxes etc...

Have them find everything and have them put compromised, suspicious, and unwanted things in a garbage bag. This will help them to learn the difference between tricks and treats.

Picture from: http://www.deliacreates.com/trick-or-treathalloween-eye-candy/

 

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DIRT AND WORMS


I ABSOLUTELY LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS RECIPE- I FIND A WAY TO INCORPORATE IT INTO EVERY SEASON!LOL


You simply have the kids crush Chocolate Oreos, mix it up with gummy worms, and add your favorite ice cream on the side to compliment. 

Picture from: http://www.anediblemosaic.com/?p=2759

***If you would like to add pudding or make it into a cake, you can find the recipes on google

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MUMMY GO SEEK!

 

FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER LET YOUR KIDS WASTE THE TOILET PAPER! LOL

 

In stead of Hide and Go Seek.....

Take the toilet paper and wrap up the person that's "IT"

Then go hide and let the mummy find you!

Adds fun, suspense, and thrill to your safe evening at home.

***Safety First- DO NOT WRAP CHILDS LEGS TOGETHER...

 

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Cinnamon and Sugar Toast Recipe

 

You will need

Bread

Cinnamon

Sugar

Butter

Knife

Toaster

 

Take your cinnamon and sugar and mix it together in a bowl until you have a perfect blend.

Toast your bread and immediately put soft spread butter on it while its warm.

Sprinkle your cinnamon and sugar over your bread and allow the butter to soak it in!!

EAT AND ENJOY!

 

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Other Fun Activities

  • Dress Up/Impressions

  • Pumpkin Patch Wall (using construction paper)

  • Decorate your glass storm door with washable markers

  • Cupcakes- (let them decorate their own)

 

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