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Halloween at Learning SPACE

Click on the image above to see our full range of Halloween toys.

With Halloween fast approaching, check out our spooky range of Halloween
toys and fun activities for you and the family to enjoy. Click on the product
images below to buy.

Ghost Halloween Puppet

Perfect for acting out scary Halloween stories with your family this year.

Puppets can provide a wide range of benefits to your child’s development,
helping with their emotional development. as well as supporting their
communication skills by helping them to talk to other children without
having to speak directly. They can also help children learn and
understand the world around them through safe, imaginative play.

Inflatable 4ft Cat & Pumpkins

Perfect for the Halloween season. Manufactured from tough nylon material
and is self-inflating with an internal fan powered from a 12V mains adaptor.
Internal LED lights add illumination for a soft glow effect. The base is weighted
to keep it secure and upright and ground spikes are included if additional
fixing is required.

Packs away to a compact size for easy storage, yet when inflated, it creates an impressive display for Halloween parties and home decoration.

– Self-inflating with internal fan
– LEDs for glow effect
– Compact packed dimensions for storage
– 12Vdc UK power adaptor supplied (keep protected from the elements when using outdoors)
– Holds secure with weighted base and ground spikes

Make Your Own 3D Giant Head Mask

There’s nothing children love more than fancy dress; dressing up in their
favourite costume and entering into a world of fantasy and role play.

With this 3D full-head mask kit, they can enjoy all of that and more,
because this self-build mask also encourages their love of arts and crafts.
Instructions included; just follow the numbers to connect the pieces together.

The masks are even large enough for adults to join in the fun.

Role Play Halloween Costumes

While your kids may not be able to go out trick or treating this year,
that doesn’t mean that they can’t still enjoy dressing up and having
a fantastic night of imaginative role play with their siblings.

Discover countless ways to play along in your costumes.
– Come up with a character name and some details about your life!
– Look around the house for other items that go with your costume!
– Go on an adventure around the house in your costume!

Fun activities for the family to enjoy at home.

Sensory Bag

You Need:

– Ziploc bag
– Hair gel
– Glitter
– Googly eyes

1. Fully open the Ziploc bag and lay it on a flat surface.
2. Add the Hair gel and a couple of drops of food colouring to the gel.
3. Add the Glitter and the Googly eyes into the Ziploc bag.
4. Ensure bag is well sealed.
5. Place on table or hard surface and enjoy the fun.

This may also be enjoyed by making up Gelli slime and placing in a bowl.
Fill with googly eyes, plastic spiders or jelly worms.

Halloween Peg Pictures

You Need:

Clothes Peg

 1. Find a scary picture.
2. Cut in half.
3. Using PVA glue stick to either side of open clothes peg.
4. For the skeleton, stick pink cotton wool on lower side of peg for the brains.
5. For the shark, use different coloured paper.
6. Using a small tab of paper, stick the smaller fish to the bottom side of the peg.

Face Painting

Face painting is always a hit for any kids’ parties, especially at Halloween.

Super heroes, princess, fairies, tigers and cats are all favourites images to create.

Transform the faces of little ones without requiring professional-quality painting
skills, either using individual paints or paint kits.

Learning SPACE Halloween Word Search

Click on the word search above to download your copy
and see if you can find all of the words.

Share your completed photos with us on our Facebook page.

Witch Finger Cookies

1 cup unsalted butter softened
1 cup powdered sugar confectionery
1 egg
1 teaspoon Almond extract
1 teaspoon Vanilla extract
2 3/4 cups all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon salt, if using salted butter
3/4 cup whole blanched almonds
green food colouring few drops
1 tube red decorator gel

1. In a large mixing bowl, add the softened butter.
2. Add powdered sugar. Add egg, vanilla, and vanilla extract.
3. Mix until smooth and creamy.
4. Scrape the sides of the bowl.
5. Add the flour, salt, and baking powder.
6. Mix until a stiff dough forms.
7. Add a few drops of green food colouring.
8. Place the cookie mixture onto a piece of cling film.
9. Wrap tightly and refrigerate for 30 minutes.
10. After 30 minutes, remove the dough from the refrigerator.
11. Scoop out a portion of dough.
12. Roll the dough into the shape of a finger.
13. Place a blanched almond on the tip of the finger and press it in slightly.
14. Shape the tip of the finger around the almond.
15. Make an indentation where you think a knuckle would be on a witch.
16. Using a toothpick or knife, make lines in the finger to create wrinkles.
17. Place the fingers on a baking sheet.
18. Place in a preheated 325-degree oven and bake for 20-25 minutes.
19. Let the cookies cool for about 3 minutes.
20. Carefully remove the almonds.
21. Squeeze a bit of the red gel into the indentation.
22. Press the almond back in place and watch the blood ooze out.


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