My children have been (almost) climbing the walls with excitement for most of October. They just adore Halloween and have been dressing up, pleading with me to get the Halloween decorations out of the loft, and helping me bake spooky treats all month.
Halloween can, and should be, a really fun festival for children. They love decorating the front of our house to make sure that Trick or Treaters know they can call on us. To get them in the mood for Halloween, they were sent their very own trick-or-treat boxes from BEAR. I left them out for the children to open when they got home from school and they were absolutely delighted to see what was inside.
Their trick-or-treat boxes contained boxes of delicious BEAR Claws and some craft supplies! My children love their BEAR Claws and I often pack them in my handbag at pick up time. They are both *starving* (their words!) when I collect them, but I know BEAR Claws make the perfect healthy after school treat for my little cubs. BEAR Claws contain no nasties, only 100% natural pure fruit and veg.
So this Halloween make sure to grab some extra boxes of BEAR Claws, as they include free limited edition trick or treat stickers that glow in the dark. Each pack also contains fun craft ideas for cubs, from making a Wonderful Witches Hat to a Beary Spooky Pumpkin.
We will be offering up BEAR Claws to our visitors this Halloween. Nearly all of the sweets I’ve seen have been overloaded with refined sugar and processed things, BEAR Claws make a brilliant healthy alternative and the kids love them!
With the contents of their trick-or-treat boxes the children made a Magnificent Mummy Mask which involved lots of glitter and their limited edition trick or treat stickers. Let’s just say that glitter has been banned from our house for another year! They also decorated munchkins (mini pumpkins) and had lots of fun whilst snacking on their BEAR Claws.
BEAR Claws are available now from Tesco, Sainsbury’s Asda and Ocado, priced £2.49 for a multipack of five.