Last year I volunteered in a Kindergarten classroom for a Halloween party and the room mother made these simple, festive snacks to celebrate the season. You know your kids will get tons of candy. So these CLEMENTINE PUMPKINS are a welcome break from all that. Better still, kids love easy-to-peel-and-eat clementines.
I came across an amazing article in the October 2016 issue of Family Circle Magazine that featured a dad who makes wheelchair costumes for his son. He decorates the entire wheelchair to look like a pirate ship, dinosaur, or superhero. When his son went trick or treating, people saw past the wheelchair to the boy in it. Since then, Ryan Weimer launched a Kickstarter program with chapters around the country to build costumes for other children each Halloween. Magic Wheelchair now has chapters in 10 states.
For more info or to donate to this worthwhile cause check out: http://www.magicwheelchair.org
Check out some of the amazing costumes here: https://www.buzzfeed.com/rachelzarrell/this-nonprofit-creates-whimsical-halloween-costumes-for-kids?utm_term=.dur5owMka#.bjXyGEKA9