Simple Halloween Treats for School or a Classroom Halloween Party –
How about some fast and easy Halloween treat ideas that are very kid-friendly? These could even be kid made crafts (ie, YOU don’t have to make them, mom!) These DIY Halloween snacks and goodie bags are perfect for kids at a school Halloween party, the ball team kids, a Halloween party at home, her ballet class friends, Preschool, Pre-K, Kindergarten or for any group of kids you want to make and give a cute Halloween treat, snack or treat bag to.
Easy Halloween Treats & Snacks For Kids
Congrats, Mom – you’re in charge of the classroom Halloween treats for your child’s school class this year. Hopefully, you found out this fun fact early and are not trying to make Halloween snacks and treat bags for the kids last minute (don’t ya just hate when that happens? haha!)
There are lots of easy snacks and treat ideas for the classroom Halloween party below – and yes, there are many ideas you can put together last minute.
This is a super cute idea, but I don’t think this would be a “last minute” Halloween treat idea I’d be able to just throw together.
But these little M&M bag Halloween people are super cute!
All kids LOVE Halloween treat bags – these are some cute ideas for when you need kid-friendly Halloween treats for LOTS of kids.
Now these Halloween treat bags are more my speed when it comes to last minute, fast and EASY Halloween treat ideas for the kids.
And they’re really cute, don’t you think?
Now this idea is not only a fast and easy ideas for Halloween party treats, but it’s also a remotely healthy Halloween snack for the kids.
This is a Halloween snack idea I’ve done many years in a row for the when it was my turn to bring snacks for the kids on the ball teams, in her ballet class, on his football team… and yes, for the cheerleaders too.
To me, it’s the perfect Halloween snack idea for kids on sports teams, karate, etc and it’s REALLY fast and easy to make!
These Halloween “mummy” juice boxes are super cute. Easy to make, but a bit tedious – however they were a BIG hit at their Halloween school party!
One of the moms made these fun and easy Halloween treat bags for his T-Ball team last year and the kids LOVED them!
Best of all, the other moms were really impressed too – she’s so “Pinteresting” ha ha!
They’re really fast and easy to make, too.
Just get plastic food server gloves like these and fill them with Halloween treats.
Tie with some ribbon and put a plastic spider rings like these on one finger.
Done… and super cute!
Here’s a quick video that shows how to make some super cute Halloween treat bags (she made them for her daughter’s Kindergarten Halloween party)
So what if you don’t want to put candy in the kid’s treat bags?
Here are some candy alternative ideas for your child’s Halloween party treat bags with things that are not food related but are a fun little Halloween surprise that could take the place of treats for the classroom, party, or even trick-or-treaters.
I’ve put together a collection mini-bags as simple as Halloween stickers, holiday shaped crayons and drawings pads, or a little Halloween craft. These are all things anyone can make – and yes, you can probably buy them already put together.
My favorite is a Halloween coloring bag.
It could include a cute little bag with a couple fun Halloween notepads and crayons all packed together in a simple little bag.
Another simple favorite that anyone can do is a sticker bags!
What kid doesn’t love stickers! A cute bag filled with a collection of Halloween stickers is sure to make any little one just as happy as any sweet treat (or pretty close lol!)
If you feel like getting a little more creative you could put together a little craft. Maybe a pumpkin shape that needs decorating or a mask that needs coloring.
If you’re trying to go the “healthy” route for Halloween snacks, here are some ideas:
- Juice Boxes that are 100% Juice
- Organic Fruit Treats
- Cheese Snacks
- Granola Bars
- Microwave Popcorn
- 100 Calories Snack Bags
- Yogurt Covered Pretzels
- Trail Mix
- Gluten-Free Cookies
- Fruit Cups
Just keep in mind that many kids have peanut allergies, dairy intolerance, gluten sensitivity and even tree nut allergies.