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In need of halloween ideas 4 sons class

We can not make homemade goodies but the kids can bring candy 4 halloween. I would like 2 make a something with the candy ex: ghost, spiders,ect. Can any1 help me I'm stuck.

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Asked by 3wonderfullboys at 11:27 AM on Oct. 16, 2008 in School-Age Kids (5-8)

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  • Yes.. you can make mini choo choo trains....
    Big Kit Kat (MINI)
    Snack-size Starburst
    Small mint Patties (individually wrapped)
    Hershey’s kisses
    Glue dots/ glue gun
    Step 1 :Use the hot glue gun or strong adhesive such as glue dots to attach the small Starburst pack for the cab of the train to the Kit Kat bar.
    Step 2 : Next using the glue, attach the Hershey’s kiss or Butterfinger bell to the Starburst to make it look like the smokestack on the engine.
    Step 3: Now place four small Peppermint Patty candies on your Kit Kat (two on each side) for the wheels and attach thin black stripes of cardstock across the wheels to look like the wheels of a train.
    Step 4: Add any finishing touches you want in order to personalize your edible choo-choo

    Answer by thomaspartyof7 at 11:35 AM on Oct. 16, 2008

  • You could fill a sandwich baggy with treats and halloween stickers, then tie it off with orange or black yarn. If you can find a bag of those plastic spider rings you can tie one to each string before tying the bag closed.

    Another idea would be to decorate lunch sacks with a picture and fill them.

    OR you can get tootsiepops and cover them with a tissue and tie it with a piece of yarn. Add eyes & a mouth with a marker and you have ghost pops!

    Answer by KDW211 at 12:26 PM on Oct. 16, 2008

  • You could make spiders by using Popcorn balls. Use Black Twizzlers for the legs, and those little red cinnamon candies for the face. You can make a spider web out of cotton candy and put it on the serving tray, and put the spiders on it.

    Answer by skinnymom3 at 7:32 PM on Oct. 16, 2008

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