We’re in Love With These Adorable Halloween Treat Tags

Pair ’em with Dollar Store finds to make instant goodies for your students.

Do you want to create Halloween treats for your class, but you need to do it on a budget? We’ve got you covered. Check out these ideas, featuring inexpensive Dollar Store items along with our free printable page of Halloween treat tags. Many of these end up being 25 cents or less when you buy in bulk!

Here’s a Little Light for Halloween Night

WeAreTeachers Glow Sticks

Glow sticks are always popular with students. You can get six glow stick necklaces for $1. Then add the tag, and you’re done.

 

It’s Time to Do the Monster Mash

Monster Mash Halloween Treats

We love these colorful googly eyes! When you pair them with pipe cleaners and Play-Doh, you have the perfect makings of a monster.

 

Enjoy Your Boobles

WeAreTeachers Boobles

We found these Halloween-themed bubbles at the Dollar Store, four for $1! Then we glued on our printable labels to make it a quick gift for kids.

 

Bugs and Kisses

WeAreTeachers Bugs and Kisses

Most of our treats are candy-free, but this one includes a little bit of sweetness. Have fun finding bugs at the Dollar Store!

 

You’ve Been Slimed

WeAreTeachers Slime

Are your students as obsessed with slime as ours are? You can buy slime at the Dollar Store or make your own. We suggest adding in some spider rings, too.

 

Monster Spray

WeAreTeachers Monster Spray

Monster spray (aka water with some added aromatherapy) is such a fun treat for your students. You an pick up miniature spray bottles like these at the Dollar Store. Then use food coloring and a few drops of food coloring to finish it up.

 

Download the full PDF of Halloween Treat Tags here.

 

Posted by Stacy Tornio

Stacy Tornio is a senior editor with WeAreTeachers. Nearly everyone in her family is a teacher. So she decided to be rebellious and write about teachers instead.

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