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Spooky Sensory Halloween Boxes -- I did this with my year 4 (aged 8) class for descriptive recounts, except we called it Feely Meely... Tinned whole tomatoes for "hearts", twiglet/pretzels for bat bones... put the bowls inside black bin bags to contain mess in the classroom. Also used blindfolds, so a buddy had to escort a blindfolded student, then they swapped

(I want to do this fear factor style-They have to tell me what jar has worms, eyeballs, or witches tounges) Eyeballs, worms, zombie blood oh my! Have your kids squirming and laughing with these fun & spooky sensory Halloween boxes! (via Inner Child Fun)

Mandarin Pumpkins | 5 Easy Halloween Food Ideas

Mandarin Pumpkins: Now you have an excuse to put Halloween "pumpkins" all over your house. This healthy Halloween treat and snacks will keep your kids in the Halloween spirit without all the sugar. Find more easy and healthy Halloween treats here.

Fun Halloween Game Ideas...donut game is cute and choosing a word that's off limit is fun, adult version could be to take a drink every time you get caught saying the word :)

I like the Find the Bats Idea Fun Halloween Game Ideas.donut game is cute and choosing a word that's off limit is fun, adult version could be to take a drink every time you get caught saying the word :)