Candy Corn and Jesus

I have a new FREEBIE to share today!!  This one celebrates Jesus and Halloween.

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There is a coloring page for the kids to do what has the colors of candy corn and how they remind us of Jesus poem on it.  There’s also a Bible verse on the page.  Also included is a poster with a colored candy corn, the Bible verse, and candy corn colors poem.  This makes for a great little activity to talk about how we can both our faith and Halloween.

Clipart © The Itty Bitty Teacher and it is used with permission.  The cover frame © KB Konnected and the cover background and used with permission.  Both are available on TPT for sale.

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Colors of Halloween

I have something just for YOU today!!  I was trying to keep busy while waiting for my daughter to call this afternoon and this idea sort of hit me.  Besides, I’m in the Halloween “spirit”!!

This is a mini coloring book for colors.  On each page, there’s one thing that you’d find on Halloween and the main color that it is.  It has the frequent words of can, I, and see.  There’s also each color including gray, tan, and pink.  

Here’s a thumbnail view of a couple pages of the mini-book….

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Christian Halloween

For so many Christians, Halloween is a time when they struggle.  There’s always the battle of is it alright to celebrate Halloween or not.  For me, it’s never been an issue.  I grew up trick-or-treating and still have just as strong, if not stronger faith.  My belief is that Halloween only has to be as demonic as you make it.

I have two blog reader exclusives for you today that might help bring the Christian spirit to your Halloween.

The first is a treat bag with 2 Corinthians 4 on it.  It uses an adorable cross in the pumpkin patch graphic.  Print 2 copies and glue together.  These would make great treat bags to pass goodies out to trick-or-treaters, take to a church fall harvest event, use in a Christian school, and there’s so many other ways to use them.

Here’s a thumbnail view of the bag….

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The second item that I created to share is a seed packet.  The adorable graphic on the front says “Christians are like pumpkins”.  The back features the poem to the same title on the front.  I put pumpkin seeds inside of mine and passed them out to the kids in my class so that they can spread…..and grow….the Christian spirit.  These could easily be passed out to trick-or-treaters on Halloween to spread the word, shared a church harvest festivals, and used for so many other events. 

Here’s a thumbnail view of the seed packet…..

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I have one more goodie!!  Wednesday after my religion class, I posted the craft that I did with my class on my family blog.  It’s the “Pumpkin Prayer” and it’s based on the book by Liz Curtis Higgs.  I’d like to also share it with you, so if you go to this  post, you can read about it and download it as well.

I hope that you and yours have a very happy, safe, fun, and blessed Halloween!!  Please remember that I always appreciate your comments and feedback on the materials that I create. Also, I’d love it if you’d vote for my blog by clicking the button below too….thanks!!




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Magnified Halloween

I have to confess, I’m supposed to be making some new items for my Y!Group.  We’re having a “challenge” today!!  However, I found these graphics and I got totally inspired and wanted to create something new and unique just for you, my readers.  I do hope that the kids will enjoy this one and that you can use it!!

This is a magnification game with some adorable Halloween graphics that are surrounded by swirls and stars.  They’re so non-scary and really fun!!  The player will use a magnifying glass to look at the mini-image and then place the token of that object on the box containing the mini-image.  Great skill builder for recognition and using a magnifying glass.

The background © Katie @ Just So Scrappy Too with permission.  Halloween graphics © Graphics Factory with permission.

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Spooktacular Roll – N – Cover

This is made from the same Halloween scene that my other “spooktacular” printables originated from. This one is a roll-n-cover game.  The players will roll 1-2 dice and cover the number that they roll on the board.  Items such as stamps, candy, stickers, erasers and so on could be used.  They could also just color in the space with the number that they roll.

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Spooktacular Jigsaw Puzzle

This is made from the same Halloween scene that I talked about yesterday. This one is a jigsaw puzzle though.  Since it’s not extremely scary, I made it with few enough pieces that smaller kids could play too.  The spooktacular puzzle has 9 pieces!!

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