Love a good Halloween Party!!
One of the keepsakes that we love to make for the kiddos is a hand-print t-shirt. For this year's Halloween Party we did spiders.
I LOVED the way they turned out.
We always fold the shirts and put a piece of paper in between the two sides of the shirt so that the paint doesn't seep through to the back. Also, be sure to use a laundry proof paint...one that won't wash off or out in the laundry. We use acrylic. We drew the "web" on with a sharpie, and used a red acrylic paint to dot the eyes on.
We also have each of the kids bring a treat to share with their classmates, so each kid goes home with a treat from each of their classmates. They all bring a trick or treat bag and we divide them out!
Of course we give them some treats, too...Pumpkin and Ghost poop. (Preschoolers think poop is hilarious!)
So fun to eat the scary food! We had Mummy Cupcakes and Hot Dog Mummies. Yum!
Four year olds are also getting good at playing games and Bingo is a favorite. A couple of years ago we downloaded this Bingo Game from Jamie @ The Crafting Chicks.
They can use Skittles, M-n-M's, cereal, or marshmallows as markers for the game. And they love to eat the treats at the end!
Happy Halloween! Have fun with your little ones!