It’s spooky season! Whether they’re dressing up as their favorite characters, helping to decorate the house, or getting ready for all that candy, your little one doesn’t actually need a sugar rush to get excited for Halloween.
So, what can you do with all their extra-scary energy? Here’s an idea – why not get them into the “spirit” by building some fun Halloween treats!
What kind of mistakes do ghosts make? Boo-boos!
Not only is building freakishly fun, these themed decorations will help teach your little one about this haunted-holiday too!
What kind of street do ghosts like to live on? A dead end!
What about the age-old Halloween tradition of families gathering together to carve the pumpkin? You can get your little one started on this early by building a pumpkin instead of cutting it up!
Despite its smile, this pumpkin is not a cut-up.
If they’re too young to carve, they might also be too young to go out trick-or-treating. If that’s the case for your little one, they can still enjoy Halloween by helping you hand out candy.
Trick or treat, smell my feet, give me something good to build!
This candy caddy is the perfect container to both give and receive candy. And teaching your little one to share on a day that’s all about getting is a sweet lesson to learn.
Don’t forget to share your little one’s costumes and blockified Halloween decorations on Instagram. Use the #RealMoments hashtag to be featured on – or frightened by – our page.