Halloween is back, and we've got Halloween activities with a difference!
The festival might traditionally be thought of as scary, but it doesn't have to be. Spread a little kindness with our pumpkin-carving stencils, or help children to learn about friendships by hanging out with our bat friends, Benna and Bruno.
Whether at home or in school, these activities will help children have a frightfully good time...
Help children challenge bullying with Benna the Bat
Hang out with Benna in our brand-new batty resource!
Benna knows how to make a noise - but when she sees someone being bullied, it's hard to speak up. Help children learn about the importance of challenging bullying with our Benna the Bat activity pack, including a story, activity cards, and ideas for discussion. We've even mapped Benna's resource to the curriculum, so she can be used as a lesson plan in school, too.
Benna the bat was drawn by Laura Brown for Kidscape. You can find out more about Laura's beautiful My Emotions Activity Book on her website.
Reflect on emotions with Bruno the Bat
Help children learn about emotions, and how to manage them, with our Bruno the Bat activity pack. Follow the story of Bruno, a bat who learns that making a mistake doesn't mean he's bad - he's just sad! Suitable for home or school, the pack contains lesson plans, emotions cards, scenarios, templates and the Bruno story.
Bruno the bat was drawn by Laura Brown for Kidscape. You can find out more about Laura's beautiful My Emotions Activity Book on her website.
Carve a kind pumpkin this Halloween
Pumpkins don't have to be scary! Spread some smiles this Halloween with our friendly pumpkin stencils, complete with a pumpkin-carving guide. You can download our Pumpkin Pack here.