The Teal Pumpkin Project: Make Halloween Less Scary For Children With Allergies And Other Health Problems #Halloween


This year a try The Teal Pumpkin Project, it’s a great way for all children to have a wonderful Halloween and they will be able to take part even with allergies. Does The Teal Pumpkin Project mean that you can’t hand out candy? No, it doesn’t mean that at all. It just means that you have a treat for all the children even if they have allergies or are diabetic.

The Teal Pumpkin Project, was started to help all children enjoy Halloween. You can easily provide Tattoos, stickers, Crayons, the Dollar tree has small decks of game cards for Crazy 8, Go Fish and other games. They can be inexpensive toys, stickers or other treats that are not food related. If your going to be taking part in The Teal Pumpkin Project you can print the Download FARE’s Non-Food Treats Halloween Poster to show your support, and put it up so that parents know that your taking part in The Teal Pumpkin Project or you can paint a pumpkin teal and place it out so they know your taking part in the event.

Ideas for Non-food Treats

Available at dollar stores, party supply stores, or online shops, these low-cost items can be purchased and handed out to all trick-or-treaters, or made available in a separate bowl from candy if you choose to hand out both options. Nearly all of these items can be found in a Halloween theme or festive colors.

•Glow sticks, bracelets, or necklaces
•Pencils, pens, crayons or markers
•Halloween erasers or pencil toppers
•Mini Slinkies
•Whistles, kazoos, or noisemakers
•Bouncy balls
•Finger puppets or novelty toys
•Spider rings
•Vampire fangs
•Mini notepads
•Playing cards