Halloween Class Party Ideas

by Darlynn Tacinelli

Ideas are endless this year for your class, home school or playdate party this Halloween at Party City! They have everything you need to celebrate Halloween with friends or family, no matter what the size of your get together. Check out these super simple ideas!  

Gummy worms and small Halloween skulls and Pumpkin decorations

1. Worms Sensory Bin 

We are especially loving our wormy sensory bins, which are not only great for the development of motor skills but gives Mom and Dad a minute of peace and quiet while they play! Party City has aisles and aisles of great things to put in your bins. Squirmy moms not your thing? Colored rice or simple black beans would also be perfect for this!   

Sensory Bin:
Pink cotton candy decorated with small plastic spiders

2. Spidey Web Pops

Not so spooky spider webs are simply yummy cotton candy and plastic spiders!   

Spidey Web Pops:
Halloween bark treats made of pretzels, marshmallows, and M&Ms

3. Halloween Bark

Halloween bark is the easiest thing to do, melt your chocolate add your favorite toppings and within minutes-a yummy desert. 

Party City also has a wide selection of individual treat bags to safely separate your snacks! 

Halloween Bark:
Black plastic cups painted with white scary faces stacked on top of one another in a pyramid shape

4. Ghostly Cup Games

Grab a white chalk pen and some black cups and have a fun game of spooky bowling or pong. 

Products Used:
Small cups shaped like a black cat, skull, and pumpkin

5. Halloween Character Cups

Each season Party City puts out character cups with straws and this Halloween they are adorable. Add a string and a name tag and send your child and his or her friends home with a favor to remember this great day!  

Best of all, I was able to create this Halloween celebration for less than $75 thanks to Party City and their new lower prices! 

Party Favors:
Hersey's Kisses, small plastic skull and spider decorations
Halloween treat assortment
Halloween-themed pencils
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