Stumped about what to stuff inside goodie bags or Teal Pumpkins? This gift guide for kids is for toddlers, tweens, and everyone in between.
1. Spooky Castle & Jack-O’-Lantern Trick-Or-Treat Buckets $11 Every kid needs a good trick-or-treat bucket, and these have large, easy to grip handles. They’re also collapsible, which makes them a snap to store for next year.
2. Sidewalk Chalk $8 Not only is this chalk adorable and extra durable, it can keep you Organized-ish. Let neighborhood kids draw zones for music, trick-or-treating, and games outside so everyone knows where and where not to go.
3. Vintage Spider Web Poster $5 Have a future artist or interior designer in the family? Gift them a hand-drawn poster from one of our favorite Etsy shops. Just skip putting a huge fake spider next to it.
4. Boo Baseball Cap $19 All the friendly ghosts wear this, even the littlest ones.
5. How to Make Friends With a Ghost $16 What do you do when you meet a ghost? This picture book has all the answers, and it’s the perfect Halloween bedtime story.
6. Starcloud Rain Boots $70 Sometimes, it’s a dark and stormy night, but you might as well shine anyway. These have extra protection to keep toddler toes dry.
7. Black Cat Poster $5 I have two black cats of my own, but if the real thing is a no-go for your child, this Etsy print puts a friendly, maintenance-free Binx or Salem right in their room.
8. Shake Dem Halloween Bones $8 What happens when classic fairytale characters come together for a ball on Halloween night? Hip-hop, of course! The entire book is written in rhyme, too.
9. Stress Relief Toys $10 If all the excitement becomes overwhelming, these bubble toys come in a pack of six, and they’re great alternatives to candy for kids with food allergies.
10. Glow Stick Bundle $25 Kids love glow sticks, but there are never enough for everyone, and they’re too easy for busy hands to lose. That’s why my team chose this 27-pack with long wands and red cords that go around the neck.
11. Bat Trick-or-Treat Bucket $11 We couldn’t leave without providing a third option for the essential bucket. Kids can be as picky about that as the treats they grab.
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