What a fun way to start a child's thanksgiving break.
This PDF file has a class/teacher book (letter sized) in color and little readers of "Candy Corn, Candy Corn, What Do You See?". The clipart for this book is just adorable and your students will love it! It has two little black and white readers for students. One has tracking dots and one does not. -Teaching by the Beach
The Pin Junkie: Halloween Party Candy Corn Banner
pumpkin pie writing. Love it!
*I got this once from someone while trick-or treating and I STILL remember that I loved it!!! Pinner said I used surgical gloves. You can find them at Walgreens, Walmart, Rite-Aid. For the fingers I used Smarties. Then I filled them rest of the way with mini Hershey candy bars and mini Reeses peanut butter cups, and Hershey Kisses. I had to add a little ring. Once filled, I just tied them with craft ribbon. Easy peasy.
Acorns! Melt 1/2 bag of Mini-Chips at 5 second intervals in the microwave, stirring each time Dip the flat end of the Hershey's Kiss into melted chocolate and top with a bite-size NutterButter. Dip the flat end of a Mini-Chip into the melted chocolate and stick it to the NutterButter. I have some larger tweezers that I use - it helps! peanut allergy substitute: NutterButter for a Ritz Bitz
Ha! A bowl full of edible acorns wouldn't last too long at our table... #pinspiration
Pumpkin pie thankful spinner
halloween craft, how cute Im so doing this!
Leaf Glitter: These dimensional drawings are made using leaves from your yard, lending them the subtle colors of late autumn. With a pencil, sketch a simple shape on card stock. A design with just a few lines and lots of space works best. Collect dry leaves in a bag and crush them into small pieces with your hands. Draw over the pencil lines with glue, then sprinkle on the leaf pieces. Let the glue dry, then gently tap the paper to remove any loose pieces.