All Natural Zombie Brain Cupcakes
Celebrate Halloween with some delicious blood red beet spice cupcakes with simple brain icing decorations any zombie (or zombie fan) can appreciate. Recipe uses beets instead of artificial food coloring. Perfect for the Walking Dead.
DIY Mini Piñatas for Kids Halloween Fun!
Use a toilet paper roll and some crepe paper to make the cutest DIY Halloween mini pinata ever. You'll love finding out what's inside!
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Halloween Mystery Boxes
These Halloween mystery boxes use simple household items to make a fun activity for kids. Kids will love this activity at home or in the classroom!
Printable- PDF- Halloween Charades- Party Game Idea
Need a game idea for a Halloween party? Halloween Charades is so much fun! Geared toward children, but could be fun for teens or adults, too, particularly if you are playing in a family setting. Perfect for groups from 5-30 people. To play, cut out all the prompts and place in a bucket or basket. Have the guests one by one choose a slip and then act it out. Some of these are really hilarious! This listing is for the PDF printable of the instructions and charade ideas for the Halloween…
Will's Monster Bash
Will's monster bash birthday party was a hit! Let me just get this out there before I continue, the birthday party was inspired by Pinterest. I'll out myself before anyone says, "Hey, did I see that on Pinterest?" Yes, yes you did see it on pinterest. Nothing was original, and I'm a total copycat. But, guess what, it doesn't matter because... Will loved it! He's been super excited about his birthday party for weeks. We invited several of his little buddies from church, his cousins and other…
Halloween Party Task cards- Halloween Activity
Halloween Scoot is a great way to have some fun during a Halloween party or just as a fun brain break in October!
How to throw an EASY Halloween party on the CHEAP!!!! - A girl and a glue gun
hey. 9 months until my birthday. in case anyone was wondering. Today I have tips and tricks on how to throw an easy Halloween party for cheap! Decorations, snacks, even games! I love halloween…but hot dang. I really hate spending money. so I love when I can create a whole party for cheap…I’ve put together […]
The EASIEST Homemade Slime Recipe (3-Ingredients!) - I Heart Naptime
Homemade slime made with only 3 ingredients! This recipe only takes a few minutes to make and is sure to entertain your kids for hours!
Pop-Up Mad Laboratory - Eighteen25
Kids of all ages will get a thrill as they try to identify these chilling specimens. This Laboratory is surprisingly easy to construct with our free printables. It all begins with our Mad Laboratory Backdrop. Download, print and tape into place to set the scene. We added inexpensive test tubes filled with a mysterious, green potion (neon food coloring + water) to bring the lab to life.
Need a Halloween Party Game? Try the eye ball relay race! All you need is a ping-pong-ball and some spoons. Sure to be a hit at your Halloween Party!
Frankenstein's Phlegm – a Homemade Slime Recipe
Who doesn't like playing with slime? It's fun stuff. It's kind of grody but super awesome at the same time. It slips through your fingers and contorts to all sorts of interesting, goopy shapes. I don't care if you're a kid or not, if you've not played with this stuff you're missing out. I remember getting similar stuff as a kid. They were made by Nickelodeon back then and I remember it being kind of a pricey thing. I want to say like $6-7 for a little tub but perhaps my memory isn't accurate…
This is the mystery box we used at the Halloween party. The lid of the box had holes where the kids put their hands through to guess what it was. Noodles=worms, banana peel with Olive oil=tounge, corn husk= witches hair, pickles with pistachio shells= witches fingers, raisins with honey=boogers and grapes= eyeballs! Kids LOVED this!! Kept baby whipes close to whipe their hands off after each hole.