Candy Is Crazy

Every year in October kids dress up as their favorite or spookiest character for one day (sometimes more if they REALLY like the costume). It can be so exciting and completely reliant on candy. But does it have to surround candy?

Some children have allergies to certain things, others can only have so much candy and we here at Fit4Mom SFVNELA - although we love candy sometimes - want to promote a healthier option for kids and families. We've compiled a list of the top 5 candy alternatives that we think your little ghosts and goblins will love! And yes, they are Amazon friendly for those last minute ideas - 2 day shipping anyone‽

1. Stickers!

What child doesn't love a good sticker! They can be put anywhere these days, from notebooks to foreheads, stickers can be a great alternative to candy. Especially if they come in great sticker packs and are waterproof.

Halloween Stickers

2. Bubbles!

If you are a Stroller Strides regular, you know how often we use bubbles and the kids absolutely love them. They keep the little ones entertained and the bigger kids can help blow them! These cute themed bubble packs make a fun day even better.

Mini Themed Bubble Wands

3. Squishies

Squishies have taken the world by storm as of late, and we don't mind hopping on the bandwagon. These cute halloween squishies are mini, perfect for sensory, and will last much longer than candy. Great to trade and share for big groups of trick-or-treaters.

Mochi Squishies

4. Monster Art Scratch Cards

For the creative and crafty children, there are fun scratch cards in the shape of monsters. Kids can create their own monster faces, or even create clothes for each monster with designs. The possibilities to create are endless.

Monster Scratch Cards

5. Glow In The Dark Temporary Tattoos

These temporary tattoos will be a huge hit once kids find out they glow in the dark. Themed for this spooky day, kids will immediately want to trade them and wear them! And over 40 different designs to choose from.

Halloween Tattoo