After a tricky year, our kids deserve a treat this October 31. Here's a bunch of fun stuff to make this year's Halloween a hoot.
Halloween owl, $24.95. A novel idea for kids who'd rather spend Halloween creating rather than trick or treating. lego.com
Glow in the dark bat skeleton costume, $20. A fun onsie that comes alive when the sun goes down. Available at Target.
Baby paper bag shorts; $5.50. There's plenty of festive garb out there so little tricksters can get into the Halloween spirit. Available at Best&Less stores.
Purr-Anormal lace headband, $8. Teens and tweens who are keen to celebrate the season can do so in understated style thanks to cute accessories such as this. nastygal.com/au
Atlas of Monsters & Ghosts, $26.99. A snapshot of the world's most famous ghosts and mythological creatures, accompanied by ghoul cool illustrations. Available at all good bookshops and lonelyplanet.com
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The Nightmare Before Christmas: Sally and Jack Halloween pumpkins, $20 each. If you have a child who loves horror movies, decorate their bedroom window with characters from this beloved animated film. Available at Big W.
Halloween buds, $30.50. These three Halloween bath bombs are sure to make for a fun (and fizzy) nighttime routine. lush.com.au
Spooky colouring set, $20. Colouring-in fun, plus the essentials for kids to make their own spooky Halloween stuff. tigertribe.com.au
Boo! It's Halloween phone case, $85. Choose from a number of designs and colours to suit a wide range of smartphones. casetify.com/en
The Coolest Hair-Raising Horrors Book and Prank Kit, $9.99. What would Halloween be without a spooktacular prank that ends in a fit of giggles. hinkler.com.au
Large hanging skeleton, $29. At 1.5 metres tall, this guy is sure to impress Halloween fans of all heights. Available at The Reject Shop.