Trick or Treat Party for Tots
It's all about simple fun and quick activities for a kid-approved Halloween celebration.
Treats and Eats
Little monsters will love these easy-to-prepare Halloween goodies. So will their no-fuss, no-muss party patrol parents.
10 Treat Ideas
Keep them safe and quick. Kids in costumes + sugar rush = short attention span city. Here are a few to try while you’ve got ‘em hooked:
Trick or Treat: If the party is too young to tackle the neighborhood, arrange trick-or-treating at home. Adults can wait behind closed doors with sweet or spooky surprises.
Pin the Nose on Jack (o’ Lantern): The name says it all. Use tacky putty instead of sharp tacks.
Graveyard Twister: No need to purchase this game. Just download and print color copies of our four unique tombstones. Place them in a 6x4-foot grid on the floor for a mini game of Twister. Make your own spinner; an empty bottle tipped on its side works as long as it points to one of the four tombstones. Last one standing wins!
Download Graveyard Twister
Kiddie Costume Contest
Kid in CostumeDressing up should always be worth a prize or two, don’t you think? Give candy awards for the best of the best. Categories can include:
Best Cartoon Character
Anything you can think of!