Halloween Lanterns

The day before Halloween we made lanterns on glass
baby food jars and tissue papers. We placed small
candles inside and they looked quite cute.

You might want to check out some of our other Halloween Posts:

Free Letter W Worksheets
Halloween Party Games!Slimy Slug Toss Halloween Game

Free Printable:


Homemade Candy CornRecipe: When we lived in Australia (when the kids were little), we couldn’t buy candy corn. I looked around for a recipe and found something online that has worked well. Now it’s become our family tradition to make our own candy corn each fall! For the recipe and instructions visit this post: Homemade Candy Corn Recipe


After Halloween: What to do with all that Halloween Candy?!!

This post has various suggestions from doing science experiments to donating candy to a good cause!

Skittles-in-WaterIf you’re really into it, you can buy a book all about Candy Experiments (affiliate link). She developed these while having fun with her own kids!!


Spooky Tree: Just for fun, your kids might enjoy making these barren spaghetti trees (here’s how)!


Have a Happy Halloween!

Halloween Pictures

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Happy Homeschooling, everyone!!  ~Liesl

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