British Summer has come to an end, and the weather has started to get wetter and colder now we are in October, and my toddler is no longer playing in the garden like he was in the summer, it is nice to have something to keep him entertained and out of mischief. Halloween is a nice theme that can give him something to look forward to before Christmas.
My little boy just turned 2 years old in August this year so this is really his first Halloween that he can actually start to understand and get involved in. So I have decided to make him a Halloween basket made of fun cheap Halloween toys for him to play with on the day.
The Halloween basket I have made this year is using a plastic trick or treat bowl that will act as a basket in the morning for him and then be the bowl for the trick or treaters at night. My Halloween basket consists of a Ghostbusters singing and dancing doll, I bought this in the Tesco sale last year, 2 spooky projector torches from the poundshop, a solar pumpkin from the pound shop, and a colour changing spider.
Nothing is expensive but is just a bit of fun for Halloween for him to enjoy, and didn’t want to give him lots of chocolate and sweets. So is a non junk treat idea.
I also did a video for this on my YouTube channel, please check out the link below;