As the weather cools, the leaves change colour and pumpkin patches open up, families everywhere are looking to get into the spirit of the season. Whatever you end up doing this Halloween, you can still enjoy plenty of build-up to the day with activities, crafts and snacks.
Here are a few fun and spooky things to do as a family this month.
Melted Crayon Pumpkin Craft
This project can be a bit messy (so you might want to take it outside), but the end results are stunning. Get crafty and creative with a white pumpkin and some old crayons. Here’s how.
Pumpkin Patch Stomp Game
Tin Can Pumpkin Project
Recycled tin cans can go a long way to adding some great seasonal décor to your home. Here’s a simple way to make you feel festive this Halloween. Get the instructions here.
Spider Web Pretzel Treat
Get festive by creating spider webs using pretzels and melted white chocolate. Your children can help you with this food craft and then enjoy their creations. (As long as they save one for you, of course!) Here’s how to make them.
Glass Jar Jack O Lanterns and Ghosts
Reese’s Bat Treats
Halloween Candy Bark
Perfect for at-home Halloween parties or for wrapping in clear individual cellophane bags for kids to enjoy. Or, you know, for snacking on yourself, because why not? Get the recipe here.
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