Here we are in the first week of October and with October comes Halloween. It’s a time for kids to get dressed up and cause havoc whilst working through the sugar rush from their trick or treat haul. If you want to limit some of the treat intake, here are some treats which are sugar free.
Tarot For All Ages – what will the future hold? Have some fun with these beautifully illustrated cards.
Halloween Craft Kits from Cotton Twist – these little kits are perfect for parties and for keeping little fingers busy.
Halloween Mini Play Dough Kit – Hettie spends ages playing with these kinds of kits. They make really sweet party favours too.
Heirloom Pumpkin Jigsaw Puzzle -the most tasteful Halloween gift you’ll find!
Djeco Origami Glow in the Dark Kit – the kids can get crafty with this set.
Spider and Haunted House Lego Decorations – surely a must for any Lego enthusiast?
Day of the Dead Playing Cards – a pack of cards allows for so many different games and this appropriately Halloween themed set is beautiful to look at too.
Pucky Monster Babies Mini Figure – sweet, collectable figures without being scary for little ones.
Monster Hotel Card Game – this game is perfect for pre schoolers. Each card is detailed to allow for a child to le their imaginations run wild and help them use words and descriptions to bring the rooms to life.
Glow in the Dark Bouncy Ball – what is it with kids and bouncy balls? Add the glow in the dark detail and they’ll love to see it flying around in the dark.
Black Cat Needlepoint Kit – your little one can have their very own black cat. For older kids, this kit will keep them occupied during the Half term.
Djeco Glow in the Dark Skeleton Card Game – the aim is to complete a skeleton but you must beware of broken bones!
Scary Bingo – bingo is always a hit in our house and this monster game has fabulous illustrations to keep everyone amused.