10 Ways to Celebrate Halloween Without Sugar
Dimensions has made it a little easier to keep sugar out of Halloween by creating a Pinterest board filled with candy-free crafty ideas.
Keeping kids away from sugar is tough during any holiday, but it is especially difficult during Halloween. This October, you can fill kids’ candy bags with treats that are not loaded with sugar. Dimensions has made it a little easier to keep sugar out of Halloween by creating a Pinterest board filled with candy-free crafty ideas.
1. BOO BUBBLES
Replace chewy candies for bubbles. Here’s a way to turn an ordinary bottle of bubbles into boo-bubbles.
Kids love Play-Doh, and your little one will have fun creating these cute ghosts, pumpkins, and Frankensteins. You can purchase premade Play-Doh or create your own!
3. GLOW STICKS
These bright glow sticks will help light the way for trick-or-treaters as they walk from house to house.
If given the choice between slime and candy, most kids will choose the stretchy goo—especially slime that glows in the dark.
Use a printable template to make these creative bookmarks that will help little ghouls keep their place in anything they’re reading.
6. TANGERINES & CHEESE STICKS
Use a sharpie to transform a cheese stick into a friendly ghost. Take it a step further by turning tangerines into cute jack-o-lanterns by drawing a mouth, eyes and nose onto the peel.
Turn an ordinary writing device into a monster by adding some googly eyes, or send kids on their way with Halloween-themed erasers.
8. SPOOKY STRAWS
You can add your own message to colorful twisty straws to make sipping water that much more fun.
Remind little vampires to brush their fangs twice a day with this Halloween treat.
Aspiring jewelry designers will enjoy creating their own fall-themed bracelets or necklaces. Not only will this sugar-free idea keep caries away, but it will also keep your little ones busy.
Visit our Pinterest board for more ideas.