Looking for an easy way to entertain your kids and get them excited for Halloween? This super simple jack-o’-lantern sensory bottle only takes a few minutes to make, but it’s sure to keep even younger kids entertained—and glitter jars are also a great tool for helping children regulate their emotions when they’re feeling upset!
Looking for a fun way to celebrate Halloween? These adorable spiders are fully edible and would make great Halloween party food! These sweet treats are super simple to make and 100% kid-approved—and if you make your own marzipan using the provided recipe, they’re also more cost-effective than you think!
Looking to decorate your house with spooky homemade Halloween decorations? These glittery spiderwebs are super simple to make, and you probably already have all the materials you need at home! The tutorial even comes with a free spiderweb printable that you can use for any number of Halloween crafts!
Need help figuring out what to do with your toddler or preschooler this October? This free activity planner is filled with fall-themed activities, fun art projects, cool science experiments and spooky sensory play ideas that you can easily set up at home! It includes everything you need to have a great time in the weeks before Halloween—so you can spend less time planning and more time with your family!
Need some pumpkin-carving inspiration this Halloween? Download our free mix-and-match template and print it at home to choose from a variety of spooky or goofy features for your homemade jack-o’-lanterns! And because pumpkins come in all sorts of shapes and dimensions, each design has three different sizes to choose from!
This spooky glow-in-the-dark slime recipe is perfect for Halloween! It only a takes a few minutes to make, and because it’s made using only edible ingredients, it’s perfectly safe for little ones who like to put things in their mouths! Your kids will love playing with this cool DIY marshmallow slime that glows under black light!