Halloween is Monday and there is still plenty of time to get your scare on.
Where will you visit? Which is your favorite?
We have a list of great places to visit whether it is a haunted walk, house, or jaw dropping scary.
A fun and interactive activity that will have kids creating their own stories with friends and family.
What will your first story be about with your Halloween Story Stones?
Kids will love painting these stones and then using them to create their own unique story.
Simple and Easy!
Halloween is right around the corner here is a fun science and sensory activity to do with your little ones inspired by Halloween!
Spooky expanding ghost experiment using a balloon, baking soda and vinegar. Kids drop the baking soda into the vinegar filled water bottle and watch the magic happen. Craft courtesy of Anne Caminiti from Momee Friends LI. (Credit: Taylor Adamczyk – News 12 )
Selene Castrovilla is an award winning local author and she is contributing to the Momee Friends site each month with creative writing tips. You can find this Creative Writing tab under our Teen Scene section but we welcome ALL ages to participate and write for the theme presented each month.
October is a month-long spook fest, with more and more “haunted” attractions each year. We love to be scared – and that holds true in stories, too. But effective horror is more than just being scared. It also has heart, using human qualities we recognize and carry. The best horror stories spring from situations that could actually happen, and they are built on psychology and emotion.
Local Long Island author Jennifer Roman has written this adorable children’s book, The Spooky Moon Balloons.
“The comical world of “The Spooky moon Balloons” is a place where lovable creatures try to spook all day and night but remain as charming as can be. “The Spooky Moon Balloons is a laugh out loud Halloween keepsake tale. This book celebrates the spirit of Halloween and the excitement of Trick or Treat. there is always fun to be had on Halloween and this book is one kids will want to read again and again.”
Yes it is a Halloween book but your child will love to read it year round. My three-year old loves to read Halloween books and playing pretend. Trick or treating is so exciting to her and she looks forward going door to door ringing the doorbell and getting treats from our friendly neighbors. This children’s book brings Halloween to life in a delightful way that all children will love it.
I recommend getting Spooky Moon Balloons for your child. —–> purchase here
Read about local Long Island author Jennifer Roman in Momee Friends author spotlight—-> click here