Don’t you love celebrating Halloween with toddlers around? This Simple Halloween Party for Preschoolers turned out super cute and so easy!
Is anyone getting excited about Halloween yet?! I am gearing up for my favorite season and hoping it will cool off down here in Georgia. It’s a little tough to get in the Fall spirit when it’s pushing 90 outside.
Anyways, I came across these pictures from Whitlee’s class party last year and realized I hadn’t shared them here.
This was a super simple Halloween party and the kids adored it. Not to mention I made the easiest Mini Pumpkin Treats (and they tasted delicious. Have I ever mentioned I kinda love Rice Krispies treats?)
Throw a Super Simple Halloween Party
I may have commandeered Whitlee’s class party last year. They typically have pretty small celebrations during snack or after lunch so I knew it needed to be a very simple Halloween party.
The parents of her classmates are also great about contributing so I decided to set a menu that could be easily transformed into Halloween-themed foods rather than purchasing and preparing all food myself.
Simple Halloween Party Menu
Applesauce pouches wrapped in toilet paper. I drew eyes on with a Sharpie but googly eyes would be great here, too!
Clear cups, Sharpie markers and grapes make the cutest Frankenstein faces. I will say I cut my grapes in half before they became Frankenstein because watching a kid choke on a grape is a real fear in my life.
Chocolate pudding, chocolate teddy grahams, and a few Mellowcreme Pumpkins. Hello, Pumpkin Patch!!!
Clear gloves, bugles, marshmallows, pretzels, and candy corn! That’s it.
Mini Pumpkin Treats
Simple Halloween Party Decor
The theme here was: USE WHAT YA GOT!
You know it’s not a party until I break out the plastic tablecloths! In this case a yellow plastic tablecloth was used to cover the bulletin board, creating a blank slate. (Obviously yellow is kinda see through! Haha!)
I made the candy corn bunting for my own mantle so I grabbed it on my way out the door to liven the table-scape.
The ghost was created with a white balloon, white streamers, and black permanent marker and the “BOO!” was cut from black poster board and I used googly eyes where the cut outs should be.
Well that’s it, folks!
Thank you so much for checking out my simple Halloween party. Share your favorite Halloween memory in the comments:) Or if you have a Halloween post drop the link!
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