Halloween Party Ideas for Kids & Classrooms

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<ul><li><p>Class PartyHalloween &amp; Fall</p><p>IdeasCLASS PARTY </p><p>TRICKS &amp; TREATS</p><p>MAKE YOUR PUMPKINS </p><p>REALLY POP!THE SECRETS, </p><p>PAGE 26</p><p>CREEPY COOL WAYS TO HAUNT YOUR HOUSE</p><p>COSTUME WORKSHOP8 IDEAS YOU CAN DO IN AN AFTERNOON</p><p>GREAT MEMORIES START HERE</p><p>Sofia as Lady Bug!</p><p>HALLOWEEN!OurBIGGEST,BOO-IEST</p><p>celebration ever starts on page 13!</p><p>WE SCREAM </p><p>FOR</p><p> OCTOBER 2016 FAMILYFUNMAG.COM </p><p>&amp;</p></li><li><p>Halloween Must-Haves from</p><p>From crafts and snacks to games and decorations, our guide has everything you need to create a </p><p>hauntingly good time!</p><p>Fall celebrations are some of the best of the year. </p><p>FamilyFun makes planning easy and stress-free.</p><p>Yummy Snacks</p><p>Fun Crafts &amp; Games</p><p>Spooky Stories</p><p>From left: Lucy Schaeffer, Alexandra Grablewski, Carl Tremblay. Cover: Clockwise from top left: Alexandra Grablewski, Carl Tremblay, Michael Piazza, Aaron Dyer.</p></li><li><p>Room-Parent Party Checklist </p><p> Ask the teacher for the class party start and end times</p><p> Check guidelines on theme: Halloween vs. Fall</p><p> Create a SignUp.com class party sign-up for parents to help with: </p><p> Decorating and setup Snacks and beverages </p><p> Crafts, games, and activities Alert snack parents about food allergies Keep decorations simplethink paper </p><p>tablecloths and balloons Don't forget cleanup supplies (trash bags, paper towels, etc.)</p><p> Use a kid's wagon to carry supplies through campus</p><p> Remind parents to set phones to silent Ask a parent to take pictures</p><p> Have FUN! The kids will have a special day no matter what happens!</p><p>Alexandra Grablewski</p><p>https://signup.com</p></li><li><p>Try SignUp.comthe EASIEST Way to Plan Class Parties</p><p> More parents pitching in means more FUN for everyone!</p><p> Quick, easy setup for room parents and teachers. Parents </p><p>choose what to bring and how to help from anywhere on any device.</p><p> No passwords needed!</p><p> Plus, automated reminders keep everyone on track!</p><p> Try it now: </p><p>www.SignUp.com</p><p>Save Time With FREE Class Party SignUps!</p><p>https://signup.comhttps://signup.com</p></li><li><p> Crafts Paint Pumpkins</p><p> Decorate Pumpkin Cookies</p><p> Snacks Pumpkin Carrot Dippers</p><p> Pumpkin-Shaped Finger Sammies</p><p> Stories The Biggest Pumpkin Surprise Ever, </p><p>by Steven Kroll It's Pumpkin Day, Mouse! </p><p>by Laura Numeroff Games</p><p> Pumpkin Ring Toss Pumpkin Dress-Up Pin the Nose on the </p><p>Jack-o'-Lantern</p><p>Throw a Pumpkin Party!</p><p>Laura Moss</p><p>http://www.parents.com/recipes/holidays/halloween/healthy-halloween-treats/http://www.parents.com/holiday/halloween/party/throw-a-halloween-backyard-party/?slideId=36930</p></li><li><p>Craft: Paper Pumpkin Sculptures</p><p>These simple pumpkins inspired by paper-chain dolls let kids </p><p>create a string of festive faces. For the small trio shown here, </p><p>download our template at familyfunmag.com/printables </p><p>(scroll to October 2013). Accordion-fold an 18-inch by </p><p>5-inch piece of orange paper (tape two pieces together, if </p><p>needed) into six 3-inch sections. Using the template, cut out the </p><p>shape. For symmetrical features, cut them from a sheet of black </p><p>paper folded in half. Attach them with a glue stick. </p><p>Alexandra Grablewski</p><p>http://www.parents.com/fun/printables/familyfun-printables/?ordersrc=rdffn1106385</p></li><li><p> Crafts Decorate Faux Leaves Make Tabletop Trees</p><p> Snacks Owl Cookies Apple Pops</p><p> Books Arthur Jumps Into Fall, </p><p>by Marc Tolon Brown Why Do Leaves Change Color, </p><p>by Betsy Maestro</p><p> Games Pin the Apple on the Tree</p><p> Apple Prints</p><p>Have a Fall Ball!Laura Johansen</p><p>http://www.parents.com/fun/arts-crafts/kid/fun-with-leaves/#page=2http://www.parents.com/recipes/familyrecipes/snacks/treat-of-the-month/?slideId=54076http://www.parents.com/videos/v/63956896/how-to-make-apple-pops.htm</p></li><li><p>Craft: Owl Mania!</p><p>Whooos the cutest fall decoration around? These winged creatures! More sweet </p><p>than scary, they make a great tabletop centerpiece when perched on a </p><p>branch. To assemble one, trim an inch from one end of a bathroom-tissue tube, fold </p><p>in the top, and secure it with tape. Cut a cupcake liner into quarters, then trim </p><p>away the flat sections, leaving just the ruffles. Use tacky glue to secure </p><p>overlapping ruffled pieces to the tube. Cut eyes and a beak from card stock. (For the snowy owl, cut circles from a cupcake liner to back the eyes.) Add pupils and dots with </p><p>marker. Glue the eyes and beak to the tube. For ruffled wings, cut sections </p><p>from a liner and glue them to the back of the tube. For smooth wings, attach a </p><p>curved half-circle of card stock instead. </p><p>Bill Milne</p></li><li><p>Do aMonster </p><p>Bash!</p><p> Crafts Make Monster Wreaths Create Clothespin Bats</p><p> Snacks Paranormal Pretzels</p><p> Bagels of Doom</p><p> Stories Go Away, Big Green Monster, </p><p>by Ed Emberley Monsters Don't Eat Broccoli, </p><p>by Barbara Jean Hicks</p><p> Games Beanbag Monster Toss</p><p> Pin the Eye on the Monster</p><p>Laura Johansen</p><p>http://www.parents.com/holiday/halloween/decorating/deck-the-howls-with-these-easy-halloween-crafts/http://www.parents.com/holiday/halloween/decorating/deck-the-howls-with-these-easy-halloween-crafts/?slideId=54020http://www.parents.com/holiday/halloween/party/kids-halloween-party-ideas/#page=3http://www.parents.com/holiday/halloween/party/kids-halloween-party-ideas/?slideId=31957</p></li><li><p>Snack: Deep Space Cupcakes</p><p>When these aliens invade the classroom, the little earthlings </p><p>will cheer! To make them, prepare a batch of cupcakes. Tint prepared white icing with </p><p>green food coloring, then frost the cupcakes, creating a </p><p>pointy chin as you spread. Roll each one in green sugar </p><p>sprinkles. Add white Good &amp; Plenty candies for the eyes. </p><p>Lucy Schaeffer</p></li><li><p>Go for Ghosts!</p><p> Crafts Make Ghostly Cups</p><p> Create Spinning Spirits</p><p> Snacks Strawberry Yogurt Ghosts</p><p> Boo Cupcakes</p><p> Stories Ten Timid Ghosts, </p><p>by Jennifer OConnell Ghosts in the House, </p><p>by Kazuno Kohara</p><p> Games Ghost Bowling</p><p> Pin the Boo on the Ghost</p><p>Carl Tremblay</p><p>http://www.parents.com/holiday/halloween/party/kids-halloween-party-ideas/#page=5http://www.parents.com/holiday/halloween/party/kids-halloween-party-ideas/?slideId=31968http://www.parents.com/recipes/holidays/halloween/healthy-halloween-treats/?socsrc=pmmpin150804hpistrawberryyogurtghosts&amp;crlt.pid=camp.17T7i1qJ5kpb#page=5http://www.parents.com/holiday/halloween/party/kids-halloween-party-ideas/?slideId=31965http://www.parents.com/holiday/halloween/party/throw-a-halloween-backyard-party/?slideId=36926</p></li><li><p>Snack: Bags o' Boo</p><p>Treat hungry souls to some ghostly goodie bags. With black </p><p>permanent marker, draw faces on clear cone-shaped treat </p><p>bags (available at craft stores). Fill them with a mix of popcorn, </p><p>mini marshmallows, and yogurt-covered raisins. </p><p>Tie with a ribbon. </p><p>Lucy Schaeffer</p></li><li><p> Crafts Cotton-Swab Skeletons</p><p> Pom-pom Spiders</p><p> Snacks Frankenstein Pudding Cups</p><p> Spooky S'mores</p><p> Stories The Night Before Halloween, </p><p>by Natasha Wing Curious George Haunted Halloween, </p><p>by H. A. Rey</p><p> Games Halloween Can Knockdown</p><p> Halloween Word SearchHost an All Hallows Haunt!</p><p>Aaron Dyer</p><p>https://www.pinterest.com/pin/201254677073455967/http://www.parents.com/holiday/halloween/party/kids-halloween-party-ideas/#page=4 http://www.parents.com/recipes/holidays/halloween/halloween-treats-kids-can-make/?slideId=37015http://www.parents.com/recipes/holidays/halloween/halloween-treats-kids-can-make/</p></li><li><p>Craft: Wonder Webs</p><p>Oh, what a web we weave when making these for Halloween! Glue together three craft sticks in the </p><p>form of an asterisk (if you have time, paint them silver before the </p><p>party!). Tie one end of a length of yarn (about 2 yards per web) to the center of the sticks. Wrap it around the center, then weave </p><p>around the spokes. Tie off the yarn and add a plastic spider. </p><p>Alexandra Grablewski</p></li><li><p>For everything you organize:</p><p> Class parties </p><p> Field trips </p><p> Weekly readers </p><p> Recess volunteers</p><p> Lunchroom helpers</p><p> Snack schedules</p><p> Potlucks </p><p>And more!</p><p>SignUp.comthe EASIEST way tobring parents and teachers together.</p><p>https://signup.com</p></li><li><p>Check Out FamilyFun Magazine for More Party Ideas</p><p>Aaron Dyer</p><p>Full Year Just $3.99</p><p>Save 75% Now</p><p>CLASS PARTY </p><p>TRICKS &amp; </p><p>TREATS</p><p>MAKE YOUR </p><p>PUMPKINS </p><p>REALLY POP!</p><p>THE SECRETS,</p><p>PAGE 26</p><p>CREEPY COOL </p><p>WAYS TO HAUN</p><p>T </p><p>YOUR HOUSE</p><p>COSTUME </p><p>WORKSHOP</p><p>8 IDEAS YOU </p><p>CAN DO IN AN </p><p>AFTERNOON</p><p>GREAT MEMOR</p><p>IES START HE</p><p>RE</p><p>Sofia as </p><p>Lady Bug!</p><p>HALLOWEEN!Our</p><p>BIGGEST,BOO-IEST</p><p>celebration ever </p><p>starts on page 13!</p><p>WE SCREAM</p><p> FOR</p><p> OCTOBER 201</p><p>6 </p><p> FAMILYFUNM</p><p>AG.COM </p><p>http://www.familyfunmag.comhttps://secure.parents.com/order/?containerName=i59gfaf01http://www.mdpcreativeservices.com/ffn/onsite/2015/ffn_lnd_13119_bix_VolunteerSpot/legacy_lnd/ffn_13119_legacy.htmlhttps://secure.parents.com/order/?containerName=i59gfaf01https://secure.parents.com/order/?containerName=i59gfaf01https://secure.parents.com/order/?containerName=i59gfaf01https://secure.parents.com/order/?containerName=i59gfaf01https://secure.parents.com/order/?containerName=i59gfaf01</p></li></ul>