Though it may be the very last day of the month, Halloween is one of the best aspects of October! This holds especially true for the kids, who enjoy dressing up in their costumes, trick-or-treating, and having parties for the holiday. If you’re planning on throwing a Halloween party for your kids, but are struggling to come up with cool ideas for them, look no further! Here are some fun ideas for a kids’ Halloween party:
Start the party off right with your very own “Witch’s Brew” recipe. Grab the kids’ favorite carbonated beverage for this drink, preferably a lemon-lime flavor for added color effect. You can then dress up the bottle/can/cup with an appropriate label, witch’s hat, and other spooky decorations. (Click here.)
Cupcakes are not only a kid favorite dessert item, but they’re great for adding decorations and accessories to. Whether you turn these little treats into a spider, a ghost, a pumpkin, or Frankenstein, they’re easy to make and even easier to get creative with. Better yet, collect all the necessary materials and let the kids decorate their own cupcakes – they’re sure to come up with some great ideas on their own! (Click here.)
One of the most popular aspects of Halloween is being able to hang such unique decorations outside for trick-or-treaters! Simple solution: bring the decorations inside for the party! Any combination of the following should work: inflatable monsters, spider webs, witches “flying” on broomsticks, spiders and insects hanging from the wall and ceilings, skeletons, jack-o-lanterns, bedsheet “ghosts”, or any other scary idea you could come up with!
Carving faces into pumpkins and calling them jack-o-lanterns has become a classic tradition of Halloween. Not only do kids love to go pumpkin picking to find the perfect pumpkin for them to bring home, but they also like to get creative with them. Allowing kids to carve pumpkins (with the help of adults, of course) is a great idea for a Halloween party. Better yet, turn it into a contest! Come up with a grand prize for the winner of the pumpkin carving contest for some added competition at the party.
Kids have always loved sharing/telling/reading scary stories amongst one another. The website, scaryforkids.com, offers a ton of these scary stories for you to tell to the kids at the party. Turn the lights down low, light a candle, and begin story time until the kids are shaking out of their costumes!
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