Kido Tip 1. Halloween paper craft
Decorate your windows with cut paper bats, moons, and stars from colored paper. Fold a piece of construction paper in half and draw half an outline of a shape; a bat, a moon, a house. Cut out shape. Fold sections of the paper again to cut out small designs (similar to cut paper snowflakes). Click here for details and to download a bat or moon template.
Kido Tip 2. Halloween costumes
Time to start thinking about what your child will wear for Halloween. Depending on your child, every day may be dress-up day. If you tend to buy ready-made costumes, shop the consignment and second-hand shops first or ask friends to borrow something from their dress-up box. DIY does not have to mean sew it, from start to finish. Costumes can often be put together with things from home and a few accessoriesÂ purchased from the party store and/or thrift shop. I have one kid in my house who tends to change his mind about his costume at the lastÂ minute. I give him the seven-day rule. No costume changes once we are seven days from Halloween. So far it’s worked. No costume regrets. Find some simple costume ideas here.
Kido Tip 3. Make some noise at the HONK! Festival on Monday! Read more on Go Local Prov.