As a Food Allergy Mom, I had knew I needed to share the Teal Pumpkin Project with as many families as I could. So I asked CBS 46 Atlanta Plugged In if I could share the food-free and safe way to celebrate Halloween. In case you missed it, here’s the video – then keep reading for more Teal Pumpkin Project Halloween ideas on what you can share without worrying about making friends sick.
Earlier this week, I share how the Teal Pumpkin Project keeps kids safe for Halloween safe for children with food allergies and interviewed the Food Allergy Research and Education organization.
- Send an email to your Halloween Party or Halloween Guests.
- Post a flyer on your street.
- Add your home or event to the interactive map.
Teal Pumpkin Project Halloween Ideas
Here’s what I took to CBS 46 for the interview and even more ideas on non-food treats to give children.
- Coloring Books
- Masks (make sure they can see out of them)
- Glow Sticks
- Crossword Puzzles
- Board games
- Books and bookmarks
- Pens, pencils, markers, crayons
Although I painted one pumpkin teal, I also used decorative Scotch tape to decorate two small pumpkins with teal designs. Have fun. Be flexible and get ready for all the little trick or treaters who are coming your way for Halloween.