If you are looking for party or preschool Halloween snacks, this freakishly easy Halloween recipe will have your guests screaming for more. It features crunchy mini twist pretzels that have been dunked in melted dark chocolate (add a little vegetable oil to the chocolate for smoothness) and topped with candy eyeballs. Allow to set for 30 minutes. Open wide!
A fun pumpkin themed activity that will reinforce your child's number knowledge. All you'll need is an orange piece of paper (cut out a circle or oval shape) and a numbered die (here's one to print and cut if you don't have one from a game at home: http://www.toolsforeducators.com/dice/). This can also be modified to reinforce colors, letters, or whatever your child is learning.
To go w/ snake wreath..Snakes Under the Doormat: Spray-paint rubber snakes glossy black. Create various lengths of snakes by cutting them in two; arrange at the edge of a thick plastic-foam board and glue to the edges. Set the board underneath a doormat
Peanut Butter Monster Munch Halloween Party Mix *Have an ingredient or two at each station. Once they finish their work, they earn the next treat for their party mix bag. At the end of the rotation, they have a yummy snack !*