Halloween

There’s no better holiday to excite the imagination than Halloween. And no better excuse to indulge in some fun projects with the kids. Whether it’s making costumes or decorations or simply letting that imagination run wild, there’s lots of opportunity to dig into the art and craft supplies and have fun at home, in the classroom and in the kitchen. There’s ghosts, monsters witches and ghouls to keep the older kids happy and pumpkins and cute spiders for the little ones.

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