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40+ Halloween Activities for Kids




Here are a bunch of  fun Halloween activities we've done over the past 3 years. Click on a picture below to see that post. Or click HERE to see ALL our Halloween Posts!

(Need supplies? Check out our recommended craft supplies post!)

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Have a Happy Halloween! 

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Love this post, you did a great job. Your blog is amazing, love your stuff. (Momma's Fun World)
Kirstylee said…
These are all such great ideas. I especially love that pumpkin letter match idea. I am going to do that with my kiddos today.
Thank you! love all these ideas to do with my toddler this october!
Jeanine H said…
Thank you so much for all of these wonderful ideas and game inspirations for fun around the home :D The best part, is that I'm sure I've got every single item needed for each or any of these just in the house already! Many Thanks Again!
Happy Candian Thanksgiving--a perfect find for fun on our day off today!
Jeanine H

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