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                                                       Easy Kids Crafts For Halloween
                                                                 By Susanne Myers

   Are your kids excited about Halloween yet? We don’t have a day go by where my daughter doesn’t
ask me if it’s time to go trick-or-treating yet. Keep them busy while they wait with these easy kids craft
ideas you can do together.

Ghost Hand Puppet Kids love playing with puppets and there’s hardly an easier puppet to make than a
ghost. All you need is a white paper towel, or a white handkerchief, a rubber band and a black marker.

Ask your child to spread out her thumb and pinky, but keep the 3 other fingers together. Drape the
paper towel over her hand and secure the rubber band around the three fingers. This will be the
ghost’s head; the thumb and pinkie form the arms. Draw eyes and a mouth on the paper towel and the
little ghost puppet is finished.

Ghost Lollipops Dress up the lollipops you are giving away for Halloween by wrapping a white tissue
or small piece of fabric over them. Secure it with a piece of string or a rubber band. Take a black
marker and draw eyes and a round mouth on the ghost’s face.

Spider Webs What would Halloween be without spiders and spider webs? Make these cute little spider
webs with the kids and hang them in the window. All you need are 3 craft or clean popsicle sticks and
some white or black yarn. Take two of the craft sticks and glue them together to form a cross. Glue the
3rd one right in the middle, forming a star shape. Tie one end of the yarn around one of the craft sticks
in the center. Start weaving it over one craft stick and under the other. Keep going around, forming
your spider web. Make sure you leave at least 1/4th inch of the craft sticks sticking out and secure the
loose end by tying it to one of the craft sticks. Glue a small plastic spider in the center and hang your
spider web up.

Witch Broom Pencil Witch broom pencils make a cute Halloween gift that doesn’t involve candy. You
can turn any pencil into a witch’s broom with a handful of household items. All you need is a regular
pencil, some small twigs out of the yard, some string and a little glue.

Break the twigs into equal lengths pieces and line them up around the unsharpened end of a pencil.
Make it look like an old fashioned broom. Secure the wigs with string, and then apply a thick layer of

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glue to keep it all in place.

Cauldron Candy Dish To make this cute cauldron candy dish, start with an empty round plastic
container (like a cool-whip container). Clean it, dry it, and then paint it black. Paint three small wooden
balls black as well. After the paint is dry, glue them to the bottom of your plastic container. Add a
handle made out of wire if you’d like and your candy dish cauldron is done. Just add some of your
favorite Halloween candy.

Pumpkin Painting Carving funny or scary faces into a pumpkin is a lot of fun, but it also gets quite
messy and small kids can’t really do much since there’s a knife involved. Buy a few small pumpkins
instead, or in addition to the big carving pumpkin. Use permanent pens or acrylic paint to draw funny
faces on your mini-pumpkins.

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                                               Enjoyable Halloween Party Games
                                                              By Beverly Kane

 Kids love many things about Halloween parties. The candy and dressing up are right at the top of the
list. Party games rank pretty high on the list too for all kids love to play Halloween games especially
since the winners usually get a prize.

If you are in charge of planning the Halloween party, the first thing you need to consider is the age of
your guests. If you are in charge of very young children then you should pick simple Halloween games
that don’t require much of an attention span. Pin the tail on the donkey and hot potato come to mind
and are fun for kids of all ages, so you can adapt this for Halloween by playing pin the tail on the
skeleton. Another fun game for kids to fill balloons with air and have them try and pop the balloons by
sitting on them. It isn’t as easy as it sounds and usually results in lots of laughs.

Kids that are a little older love to play treasure hunt or scavenger hunt. For this, you simply hide items
in your house and give them a list of clues that lead to the objects. Whoever finds them all first wins a
prize. This will help to keep the kids busy while you tend to the party or watch over little ones. Hide
Halloween related objects in semi-scary locations such as under a big stuffed spider to make it more
exciting for the brave older kids.

For the adults you might consider Halloween games of charades or card games. This is a fun way for
them to socialize and relieve stress at your party.

Halloween games will help keep your party moving and keep your guests engaged. The adults will
appreciate having something entertaining to do and the little ones will get a thrill out of winning a prize.

Beverly Kane is a staff writer at and is an occasional contributor to
several other websites, including

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