This candy wrapper collage is a cool upcycled craft for after Halloween. Make this candy wrapper collage with all of your leftover candy wrappers.
All your child will need are her hands to create a kooky, spooky spider. While making her spider she'll get practice both drawing and cutting out shapes.
Your child can easily create a ghoulishy adorable bat treat keeper. Crafting this funny fella is a great way to introduce the basic components of sculpture.
If you're short on time but want to find a creative way to decorate your Halloween table, try this spooky party favor mug with matching napkin rings.
These Halloween cake pops only have eyes for you. Eat Halloween cake pops this All Hallow's Eve for a spooky treat fit for zombies and friends.
This witches' brew recipe for kids is a cool mix of lemonade, tapioca pearl "eggs," and gummy worms. Try this witches' brew recipe for kids this Halloween.
Make a Halloween pumpkin this October! A Halloween pumpkin character is a safe Jack-o'-lantern carving alternative for young children.
This colorful fall crossword puzzle is a fun way to practice spelling and learn about all about autumn.
Check out this fun and spooky Halloween worksheet all about apostrophes. Your child will read the story and add in the missing apostrophes.
Take a trip to the pumpkin patch, and don't forget to bring along your math skills! Can you find the tricky math pattern that weaves throughout the pumpkin patch?