Giveaway: A Wish for Winellda the Witch!

Giveaway: A Wish for Winellda the Witch!

We’re giving away this award-winning book, A Wish for Winellda the Witch from award-winning author, Esther Clark to 3 lucky winners! Enter for your chance to win by 10/16/20! Read More

Last Minute Halloween Costumes – 2017

Last Minute halloween Costumes

Halloween is a few days away and you still haven’t picked out a costume for your little ones? Here are some great last minute DIY costume ideas for everyone in the family! Read More

Fun DIY Halloween Crafts for Kids

Halloween Crafts for Kids (image)

Here are some of our favorite Halloween crafts that we’ve seen on Pinterest and around the web. All are easy to do with kids and great fun for everyone! Read More

These Teal Pumpkins Aren’t Just Pretty, They’re For a Great Cause

pumpkin teal

So how do you participate? You can simply paint a pumpkin teal and place it on your doorstep, indicating that you are offering non-food treats for trick-or-treaters. You can also print out a mini poster from FARE’s website to post outside of your door, similarly telling allergy families that they are safe to accept treats from your home. Read More

12 Easy-to-Remember Halloween Safety Tips

Trick or Treat! You can hear the chorus of voices even before the doorbell rings! Keeping Halloween fun means keeping kid safe. Check out how award-winning author Fritzi Gros-Daillon has used the words “Trick or Treat” to create this easy to use (and easy to remember!) set of 12 safety tips! Read More

Halloween Safety for Kids of All Ages

My soon-to-be teenager has always loved Halloween … almost more than she loves Christmas. For years she started planning her costume for the coming October in early spring. [Apparently she’s not alone in this habit!]

While she worried about the theme du jour, we worried about safety! We wanted her to have fun, but also be safe. When she was a preschooler, Halloween safety meant we traveled door-to-door with her. Now, she reminds us that she is “too old” for us to go with her. So Halloween safety means making sure she knows – and follows – the rules. Read More