Halloween Tic-Tac-Toe – Make and Play – Halloween Kid Book Reviews
You will need:Craft Foam Sheet – Black, Orange and White
Black Marker or Pen
Using the foam sheets, cut out 6 white ghosts and 6 orange pumpkins.
Using the black foam for the board, measure a 6″ x 6″ square.
Add four orange strips to make the grid. Glue them inplace.
Finish off the ghosts by adding eyes and a mouth with a black marker or
To finish off the pumpkins, add triangle eyes, nose and a zig zag mouth
This is good for parties and also for goodie bags 🙂
Halloween Children’s Book Reviews
HAPPY HALLOWEEN BISCUIT!
by Alyssa Satin Capucilli, illustrated by Pat SchoriesWho can resist the adorable puppy, Biscuit? He is one of the most popular characters in children’s books. Young children will relish this sweet story of Biscuit’s first Halloween. The pull-the-flap illustrations help make the fun interactive, as Biscuit’s experiences the excitement of trick-or-treating. All of the Biscuit books are charming in their simplicity, and this one is no exception.
FIVE LITTLE PUMPKINS
by Iris Van Rynbach.This book is based on the classic pre-school song that is usually sung with hand movements. The spooky illustrations are full of classic Halloween characters that help bring the song to life. Even the youngest kids can be encouraged to sing along with the reader. For pre-readers who know the song, this can be a great book for learning to read along.
by Erica Silverman, illustrated by S.D. SchindlerThis colorful Halloween picture book is a wonderful story of friendship and teamwork. When the Halloween witch can’t move her big pumpkin, she must rely on the help of others. It takes the help of everyone, including the vampire, the ghost, and even little bat. The story is based on a classic folktale.
IT’S PUMPKIN TIME!
by Zoe Hall, Illustrated by Shari HalpernThis book gives young readers an insight into the lifecycle of pumpkins. Through bright and colorful collages, children learn about spring planting, seed, vines, and the final product – the pumpkin. Through the eyes of children and their adorable dog, the life of pumpkins is presented in a comprehensive, yet charmingly simplistic way.
Halloween Crafts, Recipes and Costumes
Crafts Halloween Jokes
(3-5 year olds)
|Have a wonderful Halloween – Don’t forget your flashlight!|
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