I can proudly say that I held off on buying Halloween candy until just a few days ago and it's been deeply hidden away, waiting to see the light of day until tomorrow. But, between our recent move to a more residential neighborhood and the kids finally being old enough, I think we're set up for some serious trick or treating this year. Which means that I also need a plan to deal with all the candy that is going to flood in after I hand out our stash (other than me eating all of it). Thus, candy Weekend Makes. Happy Halloweening!!
1 / love this idea breaking down Wayne Thiebaud compositions -- maybe a little advanced, but I think we could try it.
2 / use a small candy box to make an instant comfort box like this! I know one little lady that would love to have something like that at school.
3 / you'll have to adjust based on your candy haul, but I love the idea of this edible cell for a good science lesson.
4 / paint with Skittles!
5 / a good science experiment for the younger set -- will the candy sink or float!?