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Fill a clear bowl with candy corn, counting the pieces as you fill. Download and print our sign and adhere it to a paint stick (painted black) with glue. Ask kids to write their names and guesses on slips of paper. Award a special carnival prize to the child with the closest guess.

This is brilliant: Spooky Crystal Ball Candlesticks, using graphics printed on transparencies & Christmas ornaments! (Full tutorial at link.)

If you're looking for lots of Halloween decorating ideas to replicate, this is the site for you. This was made from a light fixture ball and an old candy dish, with some other touches. "Seeing Things: DIY Crystal Ball"

HALLOWEEN FUN~ Start the party with a guessing game challenge. Fill a clear bowl with candy corn, counting the pieces as you fill. Download and print our sign and glue. Ask kids to write their names and guesses on slips of paper. Award the child with the closest guess with a special carnival prize or the Jar of candy corn.

Watch Carefully Paint three mini wooden pails (available at crafts store) with thinned white paint and let dry. Cut triangle-shape eyes from black electrical tape and adhere them to the pails. For the game, hide a piece of candy underneath one of the pails. Quickly slide all three of them around, then ask the kids to guess where the candy is hiding. Award points (and the candy, of course!) for a correct guess

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Using a large hatbox from the crafts store, cut a hole in the lid; make sure the hole is large enough for your hand to fit through. Then cover the lid and the box with Halloween-theme scrapbook papers and add a decorative-edge border on the sides. Glue fringed garland around the opening to discourage peeking. Spell out "Mystery Box" on the top with stickers.

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