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Kid Friendly Halloween Party Ideas

By: All Things Heart and Home
October 19, 2015

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Kid Friendly Halloween Party Ideas
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In October, kids agree, the only thing more fun than going Trick-or-Treating is going to a Halloween Party!
For every Kid-Friendly-Halloween-Party, there are a few necessary elements!

These pumpkins, painted and decked out would make a fun welcome for your little goblins...
Painted pumpkins
And a paper plate candy corn bunting will brighten up the party...
Candy corn
It doesn't matter if your party is indoors or outdoors, these friendly ghosts are sure to be a hit!
And every Kid Friendly Halloween Party needs:


This Stay- Dry-Apple-Bobbing is a great idea...
And a little plastic bowling set can easily become Ghost-Bowling!
Save a few cans and make this cute Mummy-Can-Toss...
After playing a few games, your Littles will be about a few food ideas?!


Mummy Dogs...aren't these darling???
Mummy Dogs
Candy Corn Pizza ...seriously, what a good idea. What pizza loving kiddo wouldn't love this?
And Pretzel and Cheese Broomsticks are as adorable as they are fun to eat!pretzel-and-cheese-broomsticks1
And we know that everyone will want a little something sweet! How about Cookies & Cream Popcorn Balls!?
Cookies N Cream Jack-o-Lantern Popcorn Balls
And Mini Caramel Apples! So easy to pop in your mouth...better make a bunch!
And when it's time to go, why not send your Trick or Treaters home with a little Pumpkin Tissue Favor!?
I hope you're inspired to throw a little Kid Friendly Halloween Party for the Littles in your life!

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