This is not a crafting post but I thought I would share our favorite Halloween jokes! Every day I send a note in my older son's lunch with a joke on it (Admittedly, I repeat them after a couple of weeks. I only know so many good ones.) and this month we've been enjoying the Halloween themed ones. Here's a countdown to Halloween with 15 jokes for 15 days!
1. -Knock Knock!
- Who's there?
- "Boo" who? - Oh, don't cry! It's only a joke!
2. What kind of witch goes to the beach for vacations? - A sandwich!
3. What does a monster call his mother?
4. Why wasn't there any food left at the Halloween party? -Because everybody was goblin'.
5. Why wouldn't the skeleton cross the road?
-Because he didn't have any guts!
6. What do you call a nervous witch?
7. Why didn't the vampire like the bumper cars? - They drove him batty!
8. What kind of horse does a ghost ride?
-a night mare!
9. What did the skeleton order with his drink? -a mop.
10. What do you get when you cross a ghost with a reindeer? - a cariboo!
11. What do you get when you cross a snowman with a vampire?
12. What kind of streets do zombies live on? - dead ends!
13. What subject is a witch's favorite?
14. What do you call it when a black cat falls off its witch's broomstick?
- A catastrophe!
15. Why didn't the skeleton laugh at these jokes? -Because he lost his funny bone!
It's OCTOBER! That means we really get to dive into Halloween! One of my favorite holidays for sure! Candy, costumes, COLOR! All good things start with C. Cookie Monster and I are of the same mind.
And CARDS! We love making and mailing cards. They are a great, fun craft and a fantastic way to show your love. Who doesn't like getting a card in the mail? Nobody, that's who.
This is a neat lift-the-flap card that my octopi and I designed together especially for our favorite people last Halloween. (And I had to wait a WHOLE year to post it, do you know how hard that was for me!? Do you!?)
It was a fun project the kids really got into and allowed them to put as much craziness into it as they wanted while making a really cool finished product they felt pretty proud of. (So did I, I admit it.) The materials are basic, the result awesome. Just how we like our projects around here.
What You Need:
Card stock. We cut ours to fit a business envelope when it was folded, so 8.5"x8" or you can use the pre-drawn printable at the bottom if your octopi just want to color.
Exact-o knife or craft knife
crayons, markers, etc.
What You Do:
Take your cardstock and fold in half so it's 8.5"x 4".
On the front of the card, draw your haunted house with nice good-sized windows that will be easy to cut, big enough to draw a cute picture inside but small enough to fit a few peek-a-boo windows. We found 6-8 1"-1.5" windows to be a good size but it doesn't really matter so long as there's enough room around the windows to glue and seal up the card.
Unfold your card and putting your card window-up on a cutting surface, cut out the windows on 3 sides (top, bottom, right) so to make flaps that open and shut.
Open up all the flaps and refold the card so you see the underside. Trace out the window openings.
Open up the card and have your octopus color monsters in each of the traced out boxes. It helped my younger octopus if I colored around the windows so he knew what NOT to color. Those areas won't be seen once you seal up the card.
On the inside, glue all around the windows and along all the edges of the card.
Fold the front over the glued inside and seal it up.
Now have your octopus color the outside of the haunted house.