Throwing a kids Halloween party this year? These ideas for everything from decorating to fun Halloween recipes to party themes will make the holiday fun for the whole family.
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What better way to get into the spirit of Halloween than by decorating your front entrance in savvy, spooky style? Check out these fun ideas for Halloween entryways and enlist the kids to help create a ghoulish greeting design for guests to enjoy.
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Need ideas for a kid-friendly Halloween party? How about hosting a pumpkin-carving contest? Or a trick-or-treat sack-making bash? You'll find tips for those and other Halloween party themes here.
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Halloween Party Games
Need ways to entertain the ghosts and goblins? These Halloween party games are arranged by theme and include witch, scarecrow, ghost, skeleton and zombie games.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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Turn your home into a haunted house for your Halloween party. Get ideas for spooky decor, lighting, food, fun and more.
Not sure you want to haunt your house for Halloween? Try one of these themes instead:
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Thanks to the popularity of trunk or treat events everywhere, even your car can get dressed up in cool Halloween fashion. If you're participating in one of these candy-distributing events and looking for ideas for decorating your vehicle, check out these fun and creative designs. And if you don't know of such an event in your area, these awesome themes might just inspire you to organize a trunk or treat party of your own!
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The Halloween carnival is one of the biggest, annual school events. If you're on the planning committee, check out these tips on organizing the event, as well as ideas for games kids can play, food to serve and more.
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Need a last-minute cookie idea for Halloween? These semi-homemade ghost cookies are cute and easy to make.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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Serve this fun Halloween party food for kids. It's simple to make using your favorite cheese ball recipe, and will look super creepy on your Halloween snack table.
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Throw a Halloween Treat-Making Party
Before you give out those treats, gather the kids and some of their friends to come over and help make them. Get help packaging those goodies for the classroom and trick-or-treaters. In exchange for their help, the kids get to enjoy a little party and, of course, take home a treat bag or two of their own.
Edited by Christine Gauvreau