Here are 50+ candy alternative ideas for you to hand out at Halloween this year!
Halloween means trick or treating, costumes and sugar comas for children across America. But if you’re like many parents, you’d like avoid the sugar comas for your kids.
What kind of items can you hand out during trick or treating or at school parties that kids will find exciting?
Be sure to check out this spooky collection of Halloween ideas, activities and recipes for the entire family.
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Small Plastic Novelty Toys
Kids love small toys. My son will covet the smallest items for weeks.
And Halloween time is no different.
There are so many items and options you can get at party supply stores, online novelty sites and super craft shops.
Recommended Halloween Books
When you’re done playing, snuggle up and enjoy these Halloween Books with your child.
It’s the perfect way to tie in the holiday to your Halloween activities!
Printable Halloween Fun
As the spookiest season of the year approaches, get ready to dive into a treasure trove of bewitching printables that will add a dash of magic to your Halloween celebrations and learning.
- Halloween Mystery Puzzles
- Halloween Color by Coding
- Halloween Jokes Cootie Catcher
- Halloween Fine Motor Activities – Flip and Fill Game
- Spider Preschool Lesson Plan
- Room on the Broom Coloring Pages
- Skeleton Preschool Lesson Plan
- My Halloween Handwriting Packet
- Brain Breaks for Halloween
- Halloween Handwriting Activities
- Halloween Multisensory Handwriting Activities
Gather your printers and creative spirits, and let the Halloween fun begin with our selection of printables.
A little candy isn’t going to hurt anyone, right? But offering candy alternatives to kids teaches them Halloween can be fun without overdoing it on sugar.
Plus, let’s not forget kids who have food allergies.
There’s a great program called the Teal Pumpkin Project, dedicated to raising awareness of food allergies and promoting the inclusion of all trick-or-treaters throughout the Halloween season.
Please consider how you can include all kids in your Halloween celebrations this year.
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