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Halloween Treats for Health-conscious Families

Published by Lucina Mezera

Walmart or Target in the seasonal aisles)

Hair bands for girls

Flaarp (also known as fart putty or noise putty)

One dollar store gift cards

Mini puzzles

Crayons

Bouncing super balls or hacky sack balls

Small toys (check at local stores in the party supply aisle or toy aisle for multi-packs, or Oriental Trading Company)

Comic books

Stickers

Small flashlights

Silly straws

Stamp pads or Halloween stamps

Colored ink pens

Washable markers

Jump ropes

Sidewalk chalk

Small bottles of soap bubbles (check in party aisles or Oriental Trading Company)

Wax lips

Vampire teeth

Rubber bats

Spider rings

Dress-up necklaces or bracelets

Halloween drinking cups

Coloring books or activity pads

Orange-colored post-it notes

For edible treats try individually-packaged applesauce, peanut butter crackers, pretzels or goldfish crackers, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds or peanuts. Better yet, how about an old-fashioned apple or orange?

How about taking mini-size bottles of water and decorating them to look like jack-o-lanterns? Glue green felt onto the lid and a strip of orange felt around the body of the bottle. Glue on black felt eyes, nose and mouth. Tie a green ribbon around the neck for the vine and voila! A jack-o-lantern bottle of water.

No matter what you come up with to give your favorite trick-or-treaters, making choices that will cut down on sugar and candy will help keep them from becoming little monsters!

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