Does Halloween make you batty? We have the perfect activity to do with your kids or class. Super easy, fun and a yummy treat to eat later. These are perfect to pass out to friends too.
- Little Debbie Brownies (enough for your child’s class)
- 1 piece of spare paper
- Pen or pencil
- Black crafting foam or construction paper
- Googly eyes
- White Sharpie
Using the spare piece of paper, create a stencil for the bat wings. Place one of the brownies on the paper for reference and using the pen/pencil, draw a bat wing out from the brownie. Be sure to add a little bit extra to the inside of the bat wing stencil. The wings will be glued to the back of the brownie and you need a small piece of the wing to put the glue on.
Cut out the stencil. Then use it to trace bat wings on the foam or construction paper. Keep in mind you need 2 wings per brownie.
Cut out the bat wings and glue them to the back of the brownies.
Glue the googly eyes to the front of the brownie.
Using the white Sharpie, draw 2 small bat fangs right onto the front of the brownie package.
Allow everything to completely dry and share with the kids!
*Note: Basic glue will work, but you can also use hot glue if you want to reduce the dry time. If using hot glue, just be careful not to use too much, or burn through the brownie packaging.
*Tip: If using construction paper, reduce prep time by doubling up the paper when cutting out the bat wings.