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Watching scary movies can be a lot of fun, but make sure the movies your children are watching are age appropriate or else you may have a little one too scared to fall asleep at night.  I did some research on Common Sense Media to find out which spooky films got the best reviews from parents and which are suitable for certain age groups.  Here they are: Preschoolers (Ages 2 – 4) Barney: Halloween Party Curious George: A Halloween Boo Fest Eloise’s Rawther Unusual Halloween It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown Mickey...

Here are some not-so-scary ghost activities to do with your children this Halloween! ...

Materials: White rag (or old white T-shirt) Scissors Black Permanent Marker Milk Jug Instructions: Use scissors to cut out a hole out of the top of the rag. Lay the rag flat down and use the black permanent marker to draw a face on it. Place the rag over the milk with the lip in the middle of the hole you previously cut out. If you like, you can trim the bottom of the rag around the milk to give it a better fit. Enjoy your ghost milk! ...

Here are some great ways to give your child a fun and bewitching day! ...

  Halloween night is a fun time for children to get some tasty treats when they go Trick-or-Treating.  Here are some fun and healthy tasty treats to give children during the day.  They have all been kid tested and approved at my daycare and are also very fun to make in 10 or less easy steps. ...