13 Halloween Treats for Young Kids
My youngest is four and just started Pre-Kindergarten this year. He’s been super excited about all the new friends he’s been making in school every day. I was surprised at how excited he was about going to school every day, but he loves it. He’s been talking about making treat bags for his classmates for Halloween. We decided to pick a few different treats so there was something for everyone in the bags.
We plan to include some food treats in the bags since we weren’t sure about the food allergies in the class, we picked items that we thought most kids would enjoy and probably eat all the time.
Welch’s Halloween Fruit Snacks
These gluten-free treats are the perfect addition to any treat bag. The seasonal Halloween fruit snacks are cut into cute shapes to celebrate the holiday including, a pumpkin, bat, witch, hunted castle, and ghost. You can find the seasonal Welch’s Halloween Fruit Snacks nationwide at Walmart, Target, Walgreens, Dollar General or online at Boxed.com from September 18th through November 1st.
They retail for $4.49 for the 28-Count Box with 0.5oz. Pouches, making them an affordable option for treat bags, trick or treating, or just snacking.
We’re huge fans of GoGo squeeZ Pouches, so it was a no-brainer to add these to treat bags. My son has been eating their applesauce pouches for years. I love to easy it is for him to enjoy this snack without much help from us.
Utz Halloween Pretzel Treats
Pretzels are always a great treat for kids at school functions. I like these little packs because they are just the right size and they come in fun Halloween themed shapes. They are also very affordable at just $8.99 for the container.
Graham crackers are always a great snack option for kids. We love Annie’s brand because of the cute bunny shape. These treats are the perfect size for snacking. While this brand may cost more than others, it’s worth it and if you find a good special I suggest you stock up.
Who doesn’t like animal crackers? These are also snack sized packages, so you can really limit how much your child is eating. They are an oldie but a goodie, and I’m sure they will be a hit with the kids.
We included a few knick knacks the kids could play with while eating their treats. Most of these come large sets, so they can be used as party favors and for lots of other fun things.
These little stamps are very inexpensive and fun for the kids to use and play with. They can do a special project at home, write a special note, or just “decorate” for Halloween.
These are great gag gifts and I hope the kids like it. They can use it to scare their parents and friends or just keep them to play with their other toys.
Halloween Rubber Ducks
My son like collecting little ducks, so we thought it would be a good idea to include some Halloween themed ones for his classmates. They have so many different themes for all the holidays it will be a nice way to start a collection.
These are a great item because the kids can use them when they are out trick or treating with their family. It helps give them a little bit of light while still being fun and a great addition to any costume.
Temporary tattoos are very inexpensive as well and are a great addition to any treat bag. This set was only a couple of bucks and included about 75 tattoos.
Glow In the Dark Tattoos
We couldn’t pass up on these glow in the dark tattoos when we saw them online. They are also reasonably priced and we think they would be great for trick or treating as well.
Stickers are also very inexpensive and great for kids. They are also the perfect option for families looking to skip out on food treat or offer alternatives for kids with food allergies. We know the kids will love the stickers and since we will be putting a few stickers in the bags they can share.
With school aged kids you always need a huge supply of pencils. So of course we had to include them in treat bags. You can never have too many pencils and with the fun Halloween designs these are a great option for kids.