Learn to draw food-themed folded monsters. Go from delicious to terrifying! Especially fun for elementary-aged children!
Find inspiration for your child’s Halloween costume. Especially for LEGO-loving children, these Emmet, Benny, Ninjago, Spiderman, Wyldstyle, LEGO brick, and LEGO Minifigure costumes will delight!
Pumpkin decorating has changed quite a bit since I was a kid in the 80s and 90s; now, there are ideas and kits galore, printable patterns for carving, and so much more. It can be a bit overwhelming. Here are a few ideas we’ve tried over the years. They’re simple, family-tested, and ready to become your next family tradition!
This Halloween make a SPOOKTACULAR paper haunted house. Flip open flaps to reveal ghosts, bats, and more!
This fall, be mindful of what brings your family daily JOY by writing gratitudes on a family pumpkin. Here’s how we’re doing it.
This is a Halloween edition of our family’s animal name guessing game for kids. Test your knowledge of vampire, ghoul, and ghost-named animals!
Learn how to draw a surprise big-mouthed monster. This is a simple activity that requires just a sheet of paper, writing or coloring utensil, and a bit of imagination!
Learn about our playful afternoon unpacking and exploring our Busy Littles Harvest Jar – Sensory Play for Kids.
Join us as we spend 26 days with an intentional attitude of gratitude prompted daily with a Lego brick-built letter, from Z to A!
Learn how to make your very own Jack O’Lantern built with colorful Lego bricks.
When making a cereal box cardboard ghost cutout for nature exploration, of course only a Lego brick-themed ghost will do!
Create exquisite patterned fall leaves by doodling with gel pens. It’s hours of relaxing, creative fun!
These simple build instructions use 8 common LEGO bricks to create this cute Thanksgiving turkey. Printable coloring sheet, too!
Easy to follow pictures for how to build your own bat out of LEGO bricks. Perfect for kids who are fascinated with bats or Halloween decor.