With the baby’s birth coming up, I am feeling the need to get a head start on some October activities and Halloween-ish stuff. Otherwise, I’m afraid that maybe we won’t get to do them. So, we’ve started the fun a bit early this year.
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First let me share the book-spiration: Witches Four by Marc Brown
I’ve had this book since I was a kid and now Juliet loves to read it. It’s not a Halloween book, just a book about 4 witches who lose their hats. They are silly, cute witches–not the scary, evil kind. They have silly things in their house like this frog-eyed soap which I just HAD to make for us.
I just got some green soap and hot-glued some googly eyes onto it one evening after Juliet was in bed. It took about 5 minutes. I placed it in the bathroom for her to find the next morning. Upon seeing it, she asked if she could wash her hands immediately. She then proceeded to wash her hands every half hour for the rest of the morning.
She would say something like, “Um, Mom? Do you think my hands are a little bit dirty? I think they are. I need to go wash them.” And then she would rush off to the bathroom to scrub up with some frog-eyed soap.
If I had known that a few googly eyes would inspire better hygiene, I would have done it earlier! Gone are the days of me discovering that she simply rinsed her hands with water when I told her to wash her hands for dinner!
The next fun thing I copied from the witches is their spider paste.
Juliet giggled when she saw it, but was not as eager to jump in and use it. She asked, “Um, what is that made of?” And I told her it was just regular toothpaste–there were no real spiders in it. Still she wasn’t sure. But I kept reassuring her that I would never give her a real spider to put in her mouth, so she finally agreed to try it.
Teeth brushing time has been a giggly event these past few nights!
Here is the image I printed out–if you want to use it, too. You can double click on the image, then right click and save it to your computer. I pasted it into a word document and then printed it out.
To make the paste, I just wrapped a mini- toothpaste tube in duct tape, and then used clear packing tape to affix the label to the front.
What fun Halloween things do you like to do at your house?
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