Who doesn’t like scary stories, especially the ones you write yourself? As the days grow shorter and the spiders look for shelter indoors, it’s time to get a pencil and paper for writing down your tall tales about bats and ghosts. Here is a link to a simple Halloween storybook making project so you will have a place to keep your treasures for years to come. Be sure to include those wild animals that roam in your closet after dark.
Halloween books can be decorated using small pieces of black and orange paper glued in place to create your own unique monsters. This book may also be a good place to design costumes or document trick or treat adventures. Who did you go with last year? Which homes did you visit? Which places gave the best treats?