Thanksgiving is here, and the best part of Thanksgiving to me is spending time with family! Everyone comes from near and far to spend the day together and of course a great meal! During the day the men watch football, the women are in the kitchen prepping for a fabulous meal and the kids, well they are playing nicely or destroying the house! HA! So why not put them to work or give them something fun to do to help pass the time together! Here are several fun and easy Thanksgiving arts and crafts for kids that they will love.
Thanksgiving is just around the corner so let’s talk turkey! And by Turkey, I mean funny turkey crafts, snacks, and Thanksgiving recipes! Planning Thanksgiving can be stressful because it is such a big meal, and if you have a large family like mine then making sure you have plenty of food as well can be very stressful. With these Fall Round Up Turkey crafts, snacks, and recipes, not only will your table look cute but your guest will have a great time and enjoy a wonderful relaxing meal.
So your little prince (or princess!) wants to be a zombie for Halloween this year huh? This might be exciting for some of you, and not so exciting for others. Either way I’m here to show you a super easy way to do some quick zombie makeup for kids that you and your kids will love! This while makeup took me about 30 minuets to put on, and came off super easy when I was done! The best part is I only had to buy 2 things from the store, the rest of what I used I already had at the house! That big “wound” on her head? It’s toilet paper! So are you ready?Continue reading
Halloween is only 2 days away, and if you are looking for a last minuet Easy Halloween Project, then you will love this Mummy Door! This project was easy to do, and only took about 1/2 an hour to complete. It looks great from the street, and is sure to get your family in the Halloween spirit! To complete this project you will need:Continue reading
Fall is coming with it crisp weather. The costumes have floated into the store. The kids are anticipating their night filled with fun and candy. You are of course trying to plan the perfect party or perhaps you just want something cheap and easy for the kids to do so you can make dinner in peace. Halloween happens to be one of my favorite holidays and I love doing Halloween crafts and games with my family. I came up with doing this bingo game after one Thanksgiving at a family member’s home. They had a bingo game and after one game my daughter was hooked. We now make one for every holiday. So for Halloween, I made this Free Halloween Printable Bingo Game for her, and I wanted to share it with you guys as well!
Bingo is so easy to learn and play, and I have found that adults and kids alike love to play. It is also a cost-effective way to have a party game for under $1. It is hard to throw a good party today on a budget but making your games is cheaper than buying them. For our Halloween Bingo Game, we use the printable, candy corn as markers for numbers called, and we make little Halloween treat bags as prizes. This Halloween Bingo Game would be perfect for a Halloween party, a classroom game, or something for your trick-or-treaters to enjoy! This great game can be given to trick or treaters if you forgot to shop for candy or you run out. You can print this and give it to the children with a couple of pennies so they can play the game at home. We hope that you have a Happy Halloween and feel free to share this posts with anyone you think would enjoy it.
So there you have it, a super easy and Free Printable Halloween for your family to enjoy! Happy Halloween!
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Halloween is in 3 days! Can you believe it? This year we are throwing a Halloween/Birthday party for my nephew who is turning 2 and we decided to save some money by doing most of the decorations, games, and food ourselves. So today I wanted to share with you a really fun halloween party game that we made for the kids called Poke-a-Pumpkin. It’s safer (and easier to clean up) than a pinata and still just as fun! The whole project costs around $10! Let’s check it out!