Category: Halloween Party Ideas

Jun 09

Mister Ghost’s Highly Enviable Monthly Parcel of Simple Yet Amazing Wonderments – May 2017

In April I signed up for Mister Ghost’s Highly Enviable Monthly Parcel of Simple Yet Amazing Wonderments for some monthly Halloween fun!  The cost for the monthly box is $12 + shipping.  Included in every box is the following (taken from Evil Supply Co. website): Art print: 5″ x 7″ (12.7cm x 17.78cm), unframed Embroidered patch: …

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Sep 26

Bringing Halloween Into the Classroom

When Halloween comes kids get excited, very excited. So why not use that excitement to enhance their learning at school? Halloween provides a wonderful opportunity to motivate kids in the classroom. Halloween activities and Halloween games can be used in different subjects and will get kids performing enthusiastically in math, spelling, writing and reading. Listed …

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Sep 26

Planning a Halloween Party That Elementary School Kids Will Love

Every family celebrates Halloween differently. Some parents are too busy to prepare a grand party and simply carve out a pumpkin face, put a candle inside and position the scary pumpkin in a window facing the street. However, if your child is attending a school Halloween party and you’re going to participate, you have to …

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Sep 25

Halloween Party Games – The Zombie Apocalypse

Traditionally Halloween parties have included a few scary objects, random alcoholic beverages, and young ladies wearing clothing that would get them arrested for indecent exposure on nearly any other day of the year. Despite the entertaining nature of the traditional Halloween party, there are other fiendishly delightful options to consider. On the one day of …

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Sep 24

Teen Halloween Party Games

Throwing a Halloween party for teenagers can be challenging for the adults in charge. Coming up with entertaining ideas for party games may seem daunting. However, with a little bit of ingenuity a teen party can turn into a smashing success. I’ve included some popular Halloween teen party games below. Pumpkin Toss & Smash The …

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Sep 14

Plan a Perfectly Scary (and Safe) Halloween Party for the Kids

Many families are choosing to hold a Halloween party for their kids instead of having a night of Trick or Treating. A fun Halloween party with their friends can mean an evening of games and entertainment instead of one with endless candy and a stomach ache. Planning a (gently) Scary and safe Halloween party is …

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Sep 11

How to Throw the “Paw-fect” Halloween Party

Everyone loves a good Halloween party with delicious treats and creative costume tricks. Include your pet in on the fun with these tips for hosting the “paw-fect” Halloween party: 1. Get creative with costumes. Some pets don’t enjoy dressing up, so stick with the theme by encouraging pet parents to dress up as animals. Check …

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Sep 05

Coffin Party Favors

What is any occasion without parties? And the best part of parties, at least for me, other than the food is party favors. I love it when they come in weird forms and shapes. This party favor box is perfect for Halloween parties or even for distributing to ‘trick or treat’-ers! Here’s what you’ll need: …

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Aug 29

Spooky Treats and Ghoulish Eats – Kids Halloween Recipes

These Halloween recipes for kids are a great addition to your holiday fare. This time of year is all about ghosts and goblins, witches and wizards, bats and vampires and even monsters and more. Making fun treats to eat at your party will set the tone for a spooky and scary good time. These ideas …

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Aug 29

Halloween Party Games and Craft Ideas For Children

Kids love to dress up as their favorite characters at Halloween, but these days you might not feel comfortable letting them out and about to go Trick or Treating. Why not do something a little different this year and let your kids invite their friends over for a Halloween Party? They can all get dressed …

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