Halloween Party Ideas
Set up a spooky beverage bar in your home this Halloween and concoct some spooktacular beverages to frighten and satisfy your guests this year.
Celebrate the spirit of Halloween by creating your own magical witch card that stands up all by itself!
If your little one is looking for a solution to the way-too-heavy bag of candy problem, this conical candy bag is just the ticket!
Get ready for some scary Halloween counting practice! This tactile ball rolling game encourages players to knock down as many cylinders as they can, then they subtract what ...
Help your child concoct green pasta with ingredients like toothy almonds and pureed spinach for a super scary, and tasty, Halloween dinner!
This fun Halloween snack tastes like pizza and looks like mummies. Mummy pizzas are easy for kids to make and delicious for a quick bite.
This Halloween cupcake idea turns normal dessert into a spooky zombie brain cake that kids and adults will have fun making and eating.
No tricks, just treats this Halloween with these deliciously spooky recipes for some festive snacks.
This quick pumpkin game: candy toss! Is pure Halloween fun, and a sure delight for the little ones.
The Halloween Ghost is as wise and far-seeing as he is spooky. What's in store for you this Halloween? Ask the Ghost, and learn your future if you dare!
Here's a simple Halloween card game that you can print out at home.
Here's a Halloween board game that's extra special--not only do kids get to play it, they get to color it themselves!
Halloween History Quiz
Think you know the history of this hair-raising holiday? Take this quiz with your child, and bring a little history and culture to your family’s Halloween celebrations.Take a Quiz
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