Over 40 crafts and 8 fun crafts to make your Kids Halloween Party unforgettable! Games include: Sock Wrestling, Witchy Wart, Pumpkin Leg Toss, Zombie Tag, Halloween Pumpkin Hunt, Pumpkin Bowling, Pass The Witch's Broom, Monster Statues, Halloween Sticker Stalker, Spider Obstacle Course, Bug Hunt, Spider Web, Belching Contest, Face to Face, Poor Kitty, Ghost Catcher 1, Ghost Catcher 2, Halloween Memory Game, Mummy Maker, Scary Message, Zombies, Ghost Waiter, Mummy Hands, Weaving a Scary Tale, Bat Walk, Liver Toss, Broomstick Relay, Ring the Witch Hat, Halloween Bone Hunt, Who's The Ghost?, The Legend of Herbert Smear, Worms In a Pie, Gross Eating Contest, Soda Roulette, Icky Cobwebs, Lost Eyeball, Monster Soup, What Smells?, Egg Float and Eyeball Relay. Crafts include: Worm Feast, Homemade Boogers, Skeleton Art, Spider T-Shirts, Haunted Soles, Spider Bracelets, Glue Ghosts, and Horrible Hands.
Children will join in the balloons, clowns, cake, and fun of a birthday party. Lively photographs highlight the story told by the child who is having the birthday.
Step-by-step directions for the reader to follow to make a card. A great writing model.
After counting down the school days, it is finally the 100th Day of School! Readers will love learning about how this popular milestone is celebrated in the classroom. This book includes fun and challenging activities that exercise both the mind and body. Children will enjoy learning how other children around the world celebrate this event.
Learn how to decorate eggs with these fun activities.
Learn how to carve pumpkins with these fun activities.
Inspired by memories of fantastic family birthday parties, mother-and-daughter team Nikki Tate and Dani Tate-Stratton researched the history of birthdays in order to answer such questions as, How much does where you grow up influence the way you celebrate getting a year older? Have people always celebrated birthdays? The more they investigated, the more they realized that there's a lot more to birthdays than cake, presents, a few games and perhaps a goody bag. They discovered there are as many ways to observe birthdays as there are places in which to do it.