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Ready for some Halloween fun?

Looking for a great alternative to sugary sweets this Halloween? How about some fun monster themed goodies from OOLY! Available individually or as a "super set" these fun gifts are sure to be a hit with trick-or-treaters this Halloween.

Monster Pals Writing Super Set ($48.99) - Introduce a special person in your life to some super cute monster friends with the Monster Pals Writing Super Set. This colorful set comes with a ton of monster themed school and stationery supplies and a fun scratch art kit to boot. It also comes pre-wrapped in a cute white box and blue bow for easy gift giving convenience.

Includes: set of 12 Monster Graphite Pencils, set of 4  Monster Gel Pens, set of 3 Monster Stacking Erasers, Monster 6 Click Multi Pen, set of 8 Pocket Pal Mini Notebooks, Monster ClickIt Eraser, 3-hole Mighty Pencil Sharpener, set of 6 Mini Monsters Scented Neon Highlighters, Monsters On A Roll, and a Scratch and Scribble Scratch Art Kit-Monster Pals.

For some Halloween fun at home let the kiddos create their own gooey alien slime or delicious candy treats with these fun sets from THAMES & KOSMOS. We all know creating slime at home is still "all the rave", and who wouldn't want to make gummy treats they get to gobble up after they are done? Plus these are both great ways to have fun with your kiddos and enjoy some family time in the process.

Ooze Labs: Alien Slime Lab
As a lead chemist in your own out-of-this-world laboratory, it’s your job to identify UFOs — Unidentified Funky Oozes! Mix up batches of “alien” slime and conduct tests to analyze and investigate their special properties. The kit comes with all the tools needed on your alien slime research mission. Use the syringe to conduct viscosity tests, roll the slime with a roller, and dissect it with tweezers and a plastic scalpel. Cut a brain shape out of the slime, stamp it with an alien head, and add eyes to it! Explore your slimes’ make-up and properties — like their different colors, glittery components, and glowing and color-changing effects — and then use your findings to correctly identify the different slimes. MSRP: $29.95 Ages 6 & UP

Rainbow Gummy Candy Lab
Unicorns, clouds, and rainbows … oh my! Make your own delicious, fun gummy shapes using a gelatin mixture: Pour it into the included mold and concoct a spectrum of flavors and colors to personalize your unicorn, cloud, and rainbow-shaped gummy creations. You can even add citric acid to make sour gummies. Bonus: Learn about the scientific properties of natural polymers as you cook up these delicious treats! This kit includes all the ingredients needed for a rainbow-gummy good time. MSRP: $19.95 Age: 6 & UP

Compound King's latest toy is right on trend for Halloween scaring! Yucky Yuckies is a new, icky slime-filled toy that kids will love filling, squeezing, and repeating! Just open at the base of the head, fill with the Yucky slime compound, and squeeze!  Kids will be grossed out as they squeeze the Yucky Yuckies head and watch the slime ooze out of the mouth, eyes, ears, and nose! Each Yucky head comes with two Surprise Yucky charms. Up to 16 mini Yucky surprise charms to collect and swap!

Collect and choose from four fun characters: Count, Mummy, Werewolf, and Frankenstein!
MSRP $7.99, ages 4+. Available at Target and Kroger stores.

Looking for something fun and unique the whole family can enjoy? Check out this awesome box from Universal Yums!

Curated by experts at Universal Yums, the Halloween Box features features 300 popular candies from six countries: Colombia, Italy, Ukraine, Thailand, Spain and Greece.

  • Orange Toffee (Spain), Pineapple Salt Candy (Thailand), Milky Splash Toffee (Ukraine), Strawberry Popping Chocolate (Italy), Sour Grape Chewy Candy (Colombia) & Milk Chocolate Wafers (Greece).

Each box comes with a guidebook featuring trivia, recipe and more spooky fun facts from each country. It even comes with an easy to assemble tray and display for trick-or-treaters or party guests.
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