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Halloween is right around the corner which means candy galore. If you’re trying to curb the sweets to a minimum this year, take a look at these cute non-candy favors. These won’t get the kids all riled up on sugar and double as fun activities to play with long past Halloween. Glitter monster, painted Halloween rocks and glow-in-the-dark slime are just a few of these fun and spooky favors you can make for and with the kids!

Straw Witch Brooms (via Craftaholics Anonymous)
Whip up a few of these cute witch brooms that kids can make on their own with just a few simple materials.

Monster Slime (via The 36the Avenue)
The cutest monsters you’ll ever see – these gooey characters make fun and sparkly Halloween favors.

Spooky Halloween Soaps (via hello, Wonderful)
Our kids had a blast placing creepy spiders and insects into soap molds to hand out as scary favors.

Googly Eye Monster Printable (via Persia Lou)
Get the free printable for these chic little monster finger puppets in all sorts of stylish designs.

Monster Pencil Toppers (via Handmade Charlotte)
Another adorable free printable, these friendly monsters make cute pencil toppers – a perfectly fitting Halloween class favor.

Halloween Rocks (via Multiples and More)
Get the kids painting cute Halloween designs on rocks as a fun craft they can hand out to their friends.

Glow Stick Bracelet Favors (via Ladybug’s Teacher Files)
The kids will love waving and showing off these glow stick bracelets while out trick or treating.

Halloween Bubble Favors (via Tatertots & Jello)
What kid doesn’t like blowing bubbles? Or in this case, “booo-bubbles!” Make the entire class happy with these fun printable toppers.

Glow-in-the-Dark Slime (via Learn Play Imagine)
Totally slimey, spooky and so much fun! Little ones won’t miss the cand once they get their hands on this sensory glow-in-the-dark slime.

Boo Mix Favor (via Popsicle)
A versatile and cute favor bag topper that you can easily pack with healthy treats like trail mix or cereal instead of the usual sugary sweet candy.

Halloween Surprise Balls (via Tiny Rotten Peanuts)
No one can resist a surprise. Kids will love unraveling these neat surprise balls you can stuff with cute Halloween trinkets and small toys.

Halloween Playdough Treat Bags (via One Krieger Chick)
Dress up the ordinary playdough recipe with these cute monster and jack-o-lantern faces in Halloween colors. Kids will love taking these home!

Take a look here for tons more Halloween ideas for kids.

Agnes Hsu is a mom of three and has been inspiring parents and kids to get creative with easy activities and family friendly recipes for over 10 years. She shares her love for creative play and kids food to her 2MM+ followers online. Agnes' commitment to playful learning and kindness has not only raised funds for charity but also earned features in prestigious nationwide publications.