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Create a life-size outdoor witch statue stirring a concoction in her cauldron that is sure to freak the neighbors out. Halloween Decoration Ideas We Love at Design Connection, Inc. | Kansas City Interior Design http://www.DesignConnectionInc.com/blog #InteriorDesign

Wickedly Fun Witch Decorations for Halloween

Create a life-size outdoor witch statue stirring a concoction in her cauldron that is sure to freak the neighbors out. Halloween Decoration Ideas We Love at Design Connection, Inc. | Kansas City Interior Design http://www.DesignConnectionInc.com/blog #InteriorDesign

How to Add Ribbon Streamers to Deco Mesh Wreaths by SouthernCharmWreaths.com/blog

How to Add Ribbon to Deco Mesh Wreaths

Cheesecloth ghosts / Finally, want your Halloween ghosts to look a little more…um, realistic? Check out these easy versions!

DIY Outdoor Halloween Decorating

Cheesecloth ghosts / Finally, want your Halloween ghosts to look a little more…um, realistic? Check out these easy versions!

A healthy Halloween snack that couldn't be easier (or more adorable). Fun ideas for Halloween

Easy Halloween Treats for Your Classroom Parties! - Page 2 of 2

Stick pretzel sticks in the sides of double-stuffed Oreos. Then, use frosting to stick M on top of the Oreos for eyes. That's it! This is a great recipe for kids to help with—no hot or dangerous materials, and lots of margin for error.

Stick pretzel sticks in the sides of double-stuffed Oreos. Then, use frosting to stick M on top of the Oreos for eyes. That's it! This is a great recipe for kids to help with—no hot or dangerous materials, and lots of margin for error.

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

Ideas for Spooky Sensory Halloween Boxes

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

Irresistible class party ideas AND a free Classroom Party eBook!

halloween class party ideas: help for classroom parents

Puppy Face Paint Design - Click through for step-by-step instructions!

5 Easy Face Painting Designs for Kids