Kids get so much candy from trick-or-treating, I thought we could come up with a fun alternative for my son’s Preschool Class Halloween Party. I love a good DIY project and especially enjoy coming up with something creative, but with Hurricane Sandy powering through Pennsylvania and cancelling school for several days, I decided to go the quick and easy route this year. I brainstormed a long list of non-candy Halloween treats, but as I was rattling off ideas my boy stopped at Play-Doh and was excited.
We only needed 14 total, so my husband, son, and I formed an assembly line and made quick work of packaging up the Play-Doh classroom treats. We then packaged them back in the fun school bus box for easy transport to school. As much as my little guy loves using play dough, I think he may love that school bus box even more!
There’s 10 little Play-Doh containers left over from this project, that I stored away for other small gifts or perhaps Christmas stocking stuffers.
This was a super quick and easy Halloween Treat for my son to share with his class.
Hope you had a safe and Happy Halloween!
If you have a larger class, Amazon offers a Mega-Pack of Play-Doh with 36 individual containers.