I decided to do a fun Halloween countdown with my daughter (read more about it HERE). While we aren’t starting quite yet, I wanted to compile all my ideas by October 18th so I am ready to go. Each day has it’s own Halloween theme. Enjoy!
- Make one of the MANY candy corn treat ideas to share with a neighbor/friend
- Take a friend to a corn maze
- Help neighbors with their gardens
First School has a page dedicated to candy corn ideas… the handwriting pages are always helpful!
Mrs. Freshwater’s Class has a cute candy corn numbers download. Darling!
Creative and Curious Kids shared some great math activities centered around candy corn. I love her ideas with estimation, addition and subtraction, sorting, and patterns. (OK, I love ALL the ideas.)
The Activity Idea Place has some great ideas for preschoolers centered around candy corns. Don’t be fooled by the simplicity of the site- the ideas are fantastic!
Food Family Finds posted this very sweet idea of candy corn marshmallow pops. So cute!
Taste and Tell shared a recipe for candy corn fudge… it sounds delicious!
How yummy do these candy corn sugar cookies look? Great idea from Kathie Cooks.
Kitchen Daily posted her recipe for candy corn jello. Step aside green jello, you have some competition.
Parents shared this healthy vegetable snack in a healthy candy corn display.
The Curvy Carrot posted this fun way to frost cupcakes.
I Heart Cuppycakes shared her candy corn cupcake recipe.
Sharon Bower’s posted this recipe for candy corn pizza on the Oprah site.
Serious Eats posted this recipe to make homemade candy corn- I had no idea this was even a possibility!
I love this candy corn pudding idea from Paper Jewels. It looks delicious!
Our Best Bites (amazing site!!) has a recipe and step-by-step directions for these delectable candy corn cupcakes.
Just looking at these homemade butterfingers with candy corn from In Katrina’s Kitchen is making me hungry. Mmmmmm……
I love this candy corn cheesecake from Wilton. You do need a checkerboard cake pan (must put this on my wish list!)
I LOVE this idea for Rice Krispies candy corn treats from Lick the Bowl Good. Man, I am officially starving and will need to take a snack break!
Arts & Crafts
Better Homes and Gardens shared this fun idea of making a candy corn garland- would be a fun craft for kids!
Visit the Teacher Wife to learn how to make a darling candy corn art project.
How cute are these candy corn treat holders from Skip to My Lou? Her site has a great tutorial to make these!
Better Homes and Gardens shared this fun way to paint your pumpkins to look like candy corns. Simple, but I love it!
DLTK has a printable candy corn man art project- I think it would be fun to use this idea, but without the template (it would make for more original art!)
Candy corn looks like this (put fingers together like a triangle)
and is very good to eat, (rub your tummy)
I like to taste it right away (pretend to eat)
It’s my very favorite treat! (put hand on heart)