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Upside Down Pumpkin Pie

Kids can measure ingredients, stir and spoon into cups. They can add the whipped cream and crumble cookies on top. Upside Down Pumpkin Pie You will need: One large bowl, whisk, can opener, scrapers, teaspoons, paper cups, plastic spoons. Ingredients: Sweetened whipped cream 1 (3.4 ounce) package instant vanilla pudding 1 (12) ounce can sweetened condensed milk 1 (15 ounce) can pure pumpkin 1
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Bat Crackers

These yummy crackers are easy to make. Kids can use a bat cookie cutter to cut them out and a pastry brush or fingers to brush on olive or seasoned oil. Check out my other bat activities. You will need: Flour tortilla shells Olive oil Seasoning salt Bat cookie cutter (or paring knife) Pastry brush (fingers work too) Directions: Stack 3 or 4 tortilla
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Monster Marshmallow Treats

Make marshmallow Rice Krispies treats. Kids can decorate using green, black, white, and purple icing and gumdrops and fruit roll ups cut into zigzag strips for the mouth.This recipe is adapted from the Green Halloween Monster Treat on the Rice Krispie’s cereal website. You will need:                                                                                     9X13 pan sprayed with cooking spray 3 tablespoons  butter 1 package regular marshmallows 6 cups Rice Krispies cereal
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Valentine Mice

We make chocolates for Valentines day. This is everyone’s favorite One of the best kid-friendly recipes. Kids can unwrap Hershey Kisses, help to dry cherries, hold by the stem and dip into chocolate, place on the ears and paint the face. Valentine Mice You will need: Maraschino cherries with stems Hershey’s kisses (same number as you have cherries-unwrapped) Almond slices (a pair for each
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Apple Pie Playdough

I love making scented playdough for different activities. September is our time for studying apples so I have to make apple or cinnamon scented playdough. I use two playdough recipes. KoolAid playdough works great but you are limited to the flavors that KoolAid makes. The following recipe can be scented with any oil flavoring. I prefer LorAnn oils. Some of the flavorings are stronger than
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