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My daughter is already talking about her preschool class Halloween party. Since this is her second year of preschool, she knows the ropes: she’ll get to show off her costume, eat copious amounts of candy (before lunch!), and play holiday-themed games.
She also knows that there will be goodie bags, a fact I always seem to forget about until the day before. True to my organizationally-challenged nature, I end up scouring the grocery store at the eleventh hour searching for suitable treats.
This year I’m vowing to do better. And since I know they’ll be getting plenty of sugary treats elsewhere, I’m focusing on handing out cute, personalized bags with a non-candy treat or two tucked inside.
Here are few ideas!
1. Scarecrow Treat Bags
These bags were a huge hit with my son’s class at Halloween, and they’re great because they’re not scary at all for the younger kiddos.
2. Halloween Confetti
Fill your goody bags with this Halloween confetti for a little extra festive fun!
3. Boo Bags
Pack these adorable bags with Halloween goodies like stickers, crayons and other preschool favorites. They could double as trick or treat bags too.
4. Halloween Rubber Ducks
Won’t your toddler’s classmates love these little guys?
5. Glitter Tattoos
Every toddler loves tattoos! These would be perfect for the party.
6. Mummy Bags
You’ll have so much fun putting together these goodie containers with your kids, and they’ll be a huge hit!
7. Halloween Play-Doh
You can’t go wrong with Play Doh, and in Halloween colors it would be a hit for sure!
8. Halloween Stickers
Give plain brown lunch bags some Halloween spirit with these adorable stickers.
9. Halloween Pencils
This is a great alternative to candy.
10. Pumpkin Decorating Stickers
How much fun would your toddler have with these sticker sheets?