Spooky, Fun, Games for Your Daycare Halloween Party.

Are you looking for some spooky, fun, games for your Daycare Halloween party? After the costume parade is over, the candy is gathered, and the treats have been devoured, why not play some games? Here are some ideas to get you started.

Spooky, Fun, Games For Your Daycare Halloween Party.

Pin the face on the pumpkin- Cut out a large felt pumpkin and eyes, nose and face to go with it. Blindfold each child and see who can put the whole face on the pumpkin.

Cup stacking game-Little do people know, this “sport” has become very popular in recent years. Look for some plastic cups that have ghost, pumpkin, or vampire faces on them. I would look specifically at the dollar store.  Buy enough to set up at least three stations so your students can take turns stacking.

Mummy Wrap-Divide your class into two different teams and let them wrap their teachers in cheap toilet paper to make a mummy. The first team to wrap their teacher wins. Have the director or co-director come down to watch and choose a winning team.

Creepy bags-Fill paper lunch sacks with cold spaghetti for brains, peeled grapes for eyeballs, and jello-o for guts. Have each child close their eyes (or blindfold them) and have them see if they can tell you what is in each bag. This is a creepy, crawling option for fun, spooky games for your daycare Halloween Party.

Spooky, Fun, Games for your Daycare Halloween Party

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More Games For Your Halloween Party.

Broom Race-Let your students have a race across the room while riding a broom.

Zombie Crawl-Let your students zombie crawl in a race across the room.

Halloween Freeze Dance-Bring in the classics like Monster Mash, One-Eyed One Horned Flying Purple People Eater or the themes to the Addams Family or The Munsters and let them dance away. If you are feeling really into it, see if you can find a kids version of Thriller and teach them the classic dance.

Weather you are looking online or have a creative mind, there are lots of spooky, fun games for your daycare Halloween party.



Easy To Make Halloween Costumes Your Child Will Love.

Easy To Make Halloween Costumes Your Children Will Love. Are your kids still undecided about what they want to be for Halloween? Are you afraid that by the time they decide all the Moana, Trolls, and Superhero costumes will be gone? Don’t stress, you can still make an awesome costume.

Easy To Make Halloween Costumes Your Child Will Love.

Deviled Egg-Paint a large yellow oval in the middle of a white tee shirt and wear a pair of black leggings underneath. Purchase a headband of red devil’s horns. Put it all together and you have a deviled egg. This is just one example of easy to make Halloween costumes your child will love.

Rag Doll, Tinker Bell Fairy, Cinderella-https://www.babble.com/style/25-best-diy-halloween-costumes-for-girls/


Costumes for Babieshttps://kitchenfunwithmy3sons.com/37-of-best-diy-homemade-halloween/

Easy To Make Halloween Costumes Your Child Will Love

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More Easy To Make Costumes.

Bunch of grapes, glow in the dark skeleton, bag of jellybeans, etc.http://blog.al.com/frugalmom/2008/10/cute_and_cheap_halloween_costu.html

Bucket of Popcorn, Superheros, If You Give A Mouse A Cookie, etc.https://www.15ofthebest.com/15-of-the-best-diy-halloween-costumes-for-kids/

Harry Potter, Mermaid, Minecraft, Lego,etchttp://www.countryliving.com/diy-crafts/g1360/halloween-costumes-for-kids/?slide=1

As you can see, there are plenty of ideas to choose from. So take a look through this list of Easy To Make Halloween Costumes Your Child Will Love. You are bound to find something just as special and unique as they are.

Looking To Grow The Brains In Your Classroom In A Fun and Unique Way?

Looking to grow the brains in your classroom in a fun and unique way? Are you tired of doing the same old worksheets all the time? Are your kids tired of the same ole, same ole? Introducing the Ha-Ha Color Me Joke Book!

Looking to Grow the Brains in Your Classroom In a Fun and Unique Way?

What is the Ha-Ha Color Me Joke Book?

The Ha-Ha Color Me Joke Book is the world’s first social joke coloring book. It combines telling jokes and coloring. Why is this important? It’s a great way to help the kids in your classroom have fun and grow their brains. What are the benefits children will get from this book?

  • Brain growth through hand-eye coordination
  • Growth in fine motor skills
  • Growth in reading skills
  • Growth of social interaction skills and self-confidence
  • The ability for shy kids to break the ice by telling a joke

Looking To Grow The Brains In Your Classroom In A Fun and Unique Way?

What Are the Benefits For Teachers?

  • Having a new and fun way to teach children.
  • Knowing that they are putting some good back into the world with each copy they buy. For every copy you buy, a child in need receives a copy also.

Putting Some Love Back Into The World.

Author Neesha Mirchandani has a passion for foster children.  Her ultimate goal is for every foster child who ages out of the system to learn a skill that will help them pay the bills. This way, they won’t wind up out on the streets. For every copy you buy, a child in need receives a copy of this awesome book. Looking to grow the brains in your classroom in a fun and unique way?  Pick up a copy of the Ha-Ha Color Me Joke Book and help your students and a child in need today.




Easy, Fun Fall Activities For Your Preschoolers

Not sure what to do for lessons next week? Easy, fun, fall activities for your preschoolers. Autumn is a great time to explore the sights, sounds, and tastes of the season. Here are some ideas to get you started.

Easy, Fun Fall Activities For Your Preschoolers.

Color Collage-Cut out pieces of construction paper in fall colors and let your kids make a collage.

Fall Finger painting-Get a roll of paper and tape it to the table. Have each child make a masterpiece with orange, red, yellow, brown paints and then write their name beside it. Once it dries, hang it on the wall in your classroom.

Cookie Decorating-Buy store-bought sugar cookies and let them decorate with fall colored icing and deco sprinkles.

What’s in the pumpkin game?-Buy candy buckets that look like jack-o-lanterns and fill them with different things. Then blindfold each child and have them tell you what they think they chose strictly by feel.

Easy, Fun Fall Activities For Your Preschoolers

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More Fun Fall Activities.

Autumn Bowling-Check out this bowling set.

Macaroni Necklaces-Buy pasta in shapes of leaves, squirrels, acorns or dye large pasta like rigatoni, ziti, in fall colors and then string onto yarn.

Homemade Playdough-Find a homemade playdough recipe and add some fall spices to it to make it smell fantastic.

Apple Tasting-Bring in slices of different apples or different kinds of ciders (traditional, gala) and let them taste for a healthy snack.

Glitter Leaves-Print out leaf templates on cardstock and let your kids color them. Then trace the veins of the leaves with glue and sprinkle on the coordinating color of glitter. Shake off excess and let dry. Hang on your door or place on/under a tree on your bulletin board.

There are all kinds of things you can do with your class this time of year. These easy, fun, fall activities for your preschoolers are guaranteed for a day of fun in your classroom.