Some kids favor LEGO over crafts--and we can't blame them. We think a small bag of LEGOs is a lovely alternative to candy--fuel the fire. We've got three ideas for sets that are under $5 and a sugar-free way to celebrate Halloween.
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Three Lego Halloween Treats
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- LEGO® Halloween Pumpkin a fun treat for your kids
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And if you want to DIY, we found a build your own 3-D pumpkin kit your kids are going to love.
These instructions are only meant to provide inspiration. You can use LEGO elements from your own collection to build this model, but if you don't have all of the parts shown, feel free to substitute other pieces in their place. Use your imagination, and have fun! And if you feel extra crafty. So many reasons to love LEGO that we also made a LEGO-themed birthday party. Check it out here.
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