What should I make for dinner for my little monsters tonight? How about some Blood soup, and bones? Well, it sounds gross but it is quick, easy, and my kids love it. Obviously “blood soup” is tomato soup. This is my go to recipe https://www.budgetbytes.com/2013/09/tomato-herb-soup/ For the bones I buy a can of pilsbury pizza […]
Last year we used a kit to make “witch hat cupcakes”. This year I wanted to try a different method. I bought the ice cream cones, and the rack to bake them in. I bought the little cookies for the brim of the hats. We mixed up our cake batter and filled our cones (plus […]
Witch hat drawings have become a favorite Halloween staple here. I like seeing how they change each year, like the pictures we take at the pumpkin patch, or our pumpkin carvings. I know my boys are getting a little grown up to do these sorts of projects but we still enjoy them and some things […]
Bubble Bubble, and cauldrons galore. For our second week we focused on witches. After all, what would Halloween be without pointy hats and magic? This year I found a wonderful Time Line documentary on the Pendle Witch Child, one we haven’t watched before. I also found the Horrible Histories special edition Witch book to read. […]
We got the day started with some baking. After all, what is Halloween season with out baking? This time we decided to try out Halloween Pinwheel cookies. As soon as we finished out morning video we mixed up our batter and set it into the refrigerator to chill. To mix colors we separated the dough […]
For our next art project we recreated The Scream. First creating the background then creating the “screamer” separately. While the art was drying we had time to make our fudge.
What is Halloween Schoolwork without a little something yummy? For our first “treat” we whipped up some “Candy Corn” fudge. Would you look at that? Looks just as tasty as the real thing. Tim says it tastes better, I think the boys agree. We found this recipe from McCormick. Now we don’t have a […]