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Halloween hamper with chocolates etc?

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Viv0321 Mon 26-Oct-20 10:32:05

Do you give your kids a Halloween hamper with chocolates in etc?
What type of things do you put in? Looking for ideas thanks

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queenjaneappro Mon 26-Oct-20 10:35:07

Wouldn't normally given them anything as they get their goodies trick or treating. This year though we are having a treasure hunt and at the end they'll find a box full of goodies.

ShatnersBaboon Mon 26-Oct-20 10:36:52

No, I don't see Halloween as a time to give presents like that.

Viv0321 Mon 26-Oct-20 10:50:53

Queen/ what type of goodies will they have?

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SnugglySnerd Mon 26-Oct-20 10:52:41

Not normally because they would normally have school discipline and trick or treating but this year I have bought some Halloween craft stuff (partly to save my own sanity as we can't go to many places during half term, especially if it rains!), fairy light which we have just put up and some chocolate Halloween lollies.

SnugglySnerd Mon 26-Oct-20 10:53:00

School disco!! Not discipline!

Duggeehugs82 Mon 26-Oct-20 10:53:02

Ive got my 2 little pumpkin buckets from poundland and going to put some treats in and also ive got some sensory toys as my older child has autism so will appreciate them

queenjaneappro Mon 26-Oct-20 11:19:41

Sorry, just some chocolates and pick n mix type sweets

Viv0321 Mon 26-Oct-20 12:06:32

Thanks

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Mallemo Mon 26-Oct-20 12:10:25

I’m going to do a Halloween themed breakfast for them and I have a bucket with treats for them too: Halloween story book, spooky pjs, colouring book and pens, stickers, little themed chocolates, spooky hair accessories. We’re planning to get dressed up and go for a big walk in the day - only around a local Halloween trail in the park. Then back to cook together and watch Vampirina in their new pjs.

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