Sep 242018
 

If you want to get creative with your kids school Halloween celebration, these easy Halloween Classroom treats (with free printable) are perfect for you!

Back when I was a kid I always looked forward to holiday parties/celebrations at school. If I remember correctly, back in elementary school we had them for Halloween, Christmas and Valentine’s Day (and maybe one or two more but I’m old so the details are a little hazy). Everyone in the class would bring in a treat and we’d usually spend the last hour or so of the day celebrating. It was always so much fun and I feel a little sad for my kids that they will never experience that joy.

The school system in our town chose to ban all outside food due to food allergies. And I get it, I really do. I have a niece with a peanut allergy, so I am used to making peanut free treats when I go to family parties, but some people just aren’t as good about it – so our schools take the better safe than sorry approach and ban all shared foods from coming in. And because of that, there really aren’t celebrations like I had when I was a kid, but Halloween is coming up and I just CAN NOT resist these Halloween Classroom treats.

If you want to get creative with your kids school Halloween celebration, these easy Halloween Classroom treats (with free printable) are perfect for you!

But there is a daycare at my work and these Halloween classroom treats are perfect to pass out there. It’s much more fun to pass out a homemade treat than a piece of candy (or whatever) out of a bag. Check it out.

If you want to get creative with your kids school Halloween celebration, these easy Halloween Classroom treats (with free printable) are perfect for you!Here’s what you need:

  • This free Printable on Cardstock (good quality!)
  • Goodie treat bags
  • Stapler
  • Popcorn
  • Pumpkin jelly/jujube candy

If you want to get creative with your kids school Halloween celebration, these easy Halloween Classroom treats (with free printable) are perfect for you!

Here’s what you do:
1. Print out your printable onto good quality cardstock and cut out. Get your printable here.
2. Have your child write their classmates names on the card (if they can), and be sure to fill out who it’s from.
3. Fill your goodie treat bags with a handful of popcorn and drop 4-5 jelly pumpkins in the bag and shake.
4. Fold down the top of the bag (to keep treats fresh) and staple the card onto the front of the bag

If you want to get creative with your kids school Halloween celebration, these easy Halloween Classroom treats (with free printable) are perfect for you!

5. That’s it.  You’re done! They are super easy to make and so cute, too.
If you want to get creative with your kids school Halloween celebration, these easy Halloween Classroom treats (with free printable) are perfect for you!

If you want to get creative with your kids school Halloween celebration, these Halloween Classroom treats are perfect for you!

  32 Responses to “Halloween Classroom Treats (With Printable)”

  1. Always fun to make classroom treats around our area. Adding the Halloween printable makes it even that much more special

  2. I love those! I’m a big fan of making little personalized treat bags like this. They make everything so much more fun.

  3. I remember when I was in elementary school and my mom would come to all the parties at school and make the best snacks. I understand why outside food has now been banned. These are so cute and would make wonderful snacks for our children’s church class.

  4. These would be great to pass out. I know I always love when I get treats. My daughter might want to do this for her friends at school.

  5. This is such a great idea. This would be so much fun to make for the kiddos and bring to their school.

  6. These are fun and cute treat ideas. I might make something similar for my kids classes, they always exchange Halloween treats.

  7. This is a great craft to make for my young nieces and nephews. Halloween is such a big holiday for kids mine still Trick or Treat.

  8. Same here growing up we always have a family or at least friends gathering every other month. Aside from the food I always looking forward for the giveaways.

  9. Oh these are super cute and creative! I also love that you mixed those pumpkin gummies with popcorn so that it wasn’t all sugar.

  10. Thanks for the printable! These will be perfect for the kids’ Halloween Parties.

  11. Those Halloween parties used to be so much fun when I was younger! This printable is absolutely adorable! It would perfect for any Halloween party!

  12. Thanks for this adorable printable and idea. It can be dispiriting to deal with all the rules in classrooms these days, but this treat bag idea can be used for anything. I love it.

  13. This is a cute treat idea. I love easy class treats for holiday parties. Thanks for the printable.

  14. I love these treat bags so much! I wish MA didn’t have the whole wellness policy for party snacks now! I miss old times!!

  15. I love these treat bags so much! I wish MA didn’t have the whole wellness policy for party snacks now! I miss old times when I was younger.

  16. This is a wonderful idea. I love how simple this is to make as well. These would be great for both my daughters Halloween parties in school.

  17. We have a no food party policy at the kids’ schools. I will definitely be making these for girl scouts and dance though!

  18. Thanks for the free printable. It is cute for a school classroom party. Popcorn is always a great snack for the older kids.

  19. A cute yet effective way to give treats! Love this time of year.

  20. What a cute idea for Halloween treats! The kiddos who get one of those yummy treat bags will feel extra special!

  21. I loved all the parties at school. They were some of the best memories of going to school. I like to put in extra effort to send cool treats in with my kids.

  22. This is such a great idea for Halloween! So easy, too!

  23. Wow, in time for the Halloween! Thanks for this! Now, its easy for us to have the treats be prepared. Yay!

  24. There are perfect for Halloween. I think I’m going to print these out to put on some cute baggies for the neighborhood kids.

  25. Oh wow! These are awesome. My kids love bringing things like this for their classmates. I love the printable too

  26. Oh, what a pretty cleaver idea! My daughter would love to do this. Thanks for sharing this.

  27. Super cute, easy-to-do and budget friendly treat idea! Love the printable and the little pumpkin candies. I also like that it’s a normal portion for children – too many parents overdo it!

  28. The kids are really going to enjoy this stuff! I would love to be in that class!

  29. I never prepare for school treats. I’m the worst! But this is such a fun and easy idea, I might just do it!

  30. Perfect! I’ve been trying to come up with an idea on how to treat my class students this Halloween and this is definitely something they’ll appreciate. Can’t thank you enough for the printables! You just made my life easier!

  31. Making crafts like this made me miss those days when my kids were still little Looks like such a fun Halloween treat to :make!

  32. This will be a great treat bag. And nicer than sweets and chocolate 🙂

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