Every year on October 31, one thing is certain: youngsters will dress up in Halloween costumes and walk around the neighbourhood hoping to get some Halloween treats. But why limit yourself to only giving kids sugary treats? Stand out from the crowd by giving children a gift that will last them more than a week. These non-candy Halloween goodies are just as enjoyable, will offer parents of children with allergies some piece of mind, and will keep the little ones delighted long after they’ve taken their costumes off and are ready for their night’s post-trick-or-treat festivities.
Younger children will enjoy stamping their hands and arms with these eerie, Halloween-themed stampers.
Kids are infatuated with slime, and Amazon provides a plethora of exciting alternatives, like these individual vials of rainbow metallic ooze.
Bubbles for Halloween
It’s a lot of fun, and the kids will actually play with and utilize it.
Temporary Tattoo Stickers
Children are crazy about temporary tattoos!
These aren’t the type of face masks that today’s youngsters are used to (thank the virus), but give one to each trick-or-treater and you’ll be giving them hours of imaginative play at home. You know, the kind of place where they don’t need a mask that covers their nose and mouth!
Scrunchies for your hair
These Halloween hair scrunchies are both festive and functional, and they cost less than 50 cents each.
This is popular among children. While you may prepare your own homemade play dough, you can also purchase tiny containers to give to children.
All those crackers and popcorn are going to make people thirsty! I like the concept of wrapping them up like mummies!
Halloween Rubber Duckies
Rubber duckies may not appear to have any formal Halloween connection, but these floating quackers are mummified, springing out of jack-o-lanterns, and might even be confused for Count Dracula. Halloween-themed rubber duckies are a great option for your youngest trick-or-treaters because they will be utilized for bathtime for months (if not years) to come.
It might be tough to get a youngster enthused about reading, but perhaps a fun, festive bookmark would help.
This is compact and won’t take up much room in your Halloween bags! When it comes to Halloween, retailers frequently sell bags with colorful Halloween decorations on them.
Fortune Biscuits For Halloween
Are you throwing a Halloween party? Distribute these spooky goodies.
Glow-in-the-Dark Temporary Tattoos
On Halloween, anything goes, right? Instead of handing out candy, which causes youngsters to become overly sugared later in the evening, giving them temporary, glow-in-the-dark tattoos that can simply be wiped away at bathtime is an incredible present that any parent will appreciate.
Slinkies are enjoyable for all ages, and Halloween-themed slinkies are excellent candy substitutes for all the kids that ring your doorbell on October 31.
With these entertaining Halloween maze puzzles, kids may practice their hand-eye coordination.
We’ve all left a Halloween party with at least one of these rings at some point.
Children are the most vulnerable to getting hit by a car on Halloween night. Giving them glow-in-the-dark items can assist children stay visible in the dark. Plus, who doesn’t enjoy wearing a light bracelet?
With these small prisms, you can teach your children about colours and refraction.
Glow sticks are a fun Halloween present to give out, but they’re also rather useful. If families are going to be out in the dark trick-or-treating, having a glow-in-the-dark stick to grasp onto or wrap around the stroller isn’t a bad idea. It’s a gift of visibility and security!
Slap bracelets were a fun (and perhaps strange) craze in the 1990s and early 2000s, but even today’s kids can enjoy the unexplainable delight of slapping on a bracelet that quickly wraps around your wrist at the contact.
So, what will you be gifting kids this halloween? Tell us in comments below.