Our school district banned foods at classroom parties because of understandable concerns of children with food allergies. For my daughters birthday her teacher suggested I still come in and read a book to the classroom. I didn’t really want to read a book to the class because I felt my daughter would be more embarrassed at me just standing there trying to be silly, so I decided to pick a craft. I have to admit I was a little intimidated by 3rd graders. They are so opinionated but not to brag, they loved it!
I started out by driving to every Home Depot in my area. I was able to purchase mini pumpkins. With almost 30 children in my daughters classroom, you can only imagine how stressed out I was when I realized how hard these are to shop for around Halloween! but I did it.
Wiggle Eyes (bought at my local art supply store)
Halloween Witch Hat Garland ( which I cut individually)
Ziploc bags to put 2 eyes, mini pumpkin, witch hat (It’s easier to hand each child their own baggie of supplies)