Gather all your little witches and wizards for a fun game of ring toss—Halloween style! Want to make the game more challenging? Make each colour represent a different number of points.
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Forget pinning the tail on the donkey, it's time to get spooky and pin the spider on the web! Use free web printables to create the poster or create one yourself with black masking tape. Don't forget to have a blindfold on hand before playing!
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Has your kid always wanted to brew potions like in Harry Potter? Now is her chance! Buy tiny cauldrons from your local dollar store and concoct this simple vinegar, baking soda and food colouring experiment.
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Toddlers will love looking for tiny, hidden Halloween treasures in these shakable bottles. Use different sizes of bottles to make the game more challenging.
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Now here's a game your little creepy-crawly won't find so spooky. Not only is this game super easy to set up, but he'll have tons of fun while building his gross motor skills.
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Strike! Your pumpkins will thank you for this DIY bowling alley. The best part? All you need is a pack of toilet paper, a permanent marker and a gourd!
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Get two kiddos to face off in this spider race challenge. This game is great for toddlers and little ones who can still benefit from oral sensory activities.
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There's nothing more satisfying than watching something melt—especially when there's a treasure inside! That's why your tot will love playing with these ice cubes that have been frozen with tiny plastic spiders inside of them.
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Want to keep the kids entertained for hours? You can't go wrong with an awesome treasure hunt! This one lets you choose where to hide the clues.
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