I’m organizing my son’s kindergarten class Halloween party this year and last night I sent out an invitation to all the parents to attend and help. A few challenges volunteer parents face when planning a party is making sure we have enough food, volunteers, games, and activities. I’ve scoured Pinterest for fun age appropriate games and activities but nothing has really jumped out at me. I could use some inspiration from you if you have any suggestions. We are doing a breakfast themed party because this is a half-day class and we are starting as soon as the bell rings. We are doing a pancake and yogurt parfait bar and I’m waiting to hear back from the parents I emailed to see if they had any ideas for games. So, this is where I am going to crowd source for ideas from you. Please share theme with me. I need help!
Lastly, I know some of you are also looking for some Halloween activity ideas. Here is a super easy edible activity and treat you can do for a party if you’re looking for one. I made these Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops (Frankenpops) for PBS Parents a couple weeks ago. This recipe is quite easy and fun for older kids, probably age 6 and older. All you need is chocolate coating, marshmallows, and lollipop sticks.
I encourage you to watch the PBS Parents video we made below on how to make these, we should you in a clever and entertaining way – step by step.
And please, don’t forget to share your ideas for our class party. I will use your ideas and send out another email. Thanks!
- dark green candy coating
- white candy coating
- black candy coating
- candy coating
- slollipop sticks