Halloween is a time for fun and mischief! It’s also a time when kids can learn about some of the spookier aspects of life. If you’re looking for some funny Halloween quotes for kids, look no further!
This blog post will show you some hilarious quotes to get your kids in the Halloween spirit!
Funny Halloween Quotes for Kids
A candy a day keeps the monsters away.
“All creatures dread it; all humans fear it. What is it? Death.” – Terry Pratchett
Baby owl: “What kind of halloween costume should I wear?”
Mother owl: “You’re already wearing a costume.”
Baby owl: “I am?”
“Clothes make a statement. Costumes tell a story.” – Mason Cooley.
Cute little ghost: “I’m not scared of you.”
Big, scary ghost: “I’m not scared of you either.”
Cute little ghost: “I’m not scared of anything!”
Creepin’ it real
Candy corn cutie
Cutest Pumpkin in the patch
“Every day is Halloween, isn’t it? For some of us.” – Tim Burton
Eager vampire: “I’m so excited for Halloween!”
Lazy vampire: ” Meh, I’d rather just sleep.”
Eager vampire: “But it’s the only night of the year when we can hunt for fresh blood from beautiful kids in the neighborhood.”
“For I recall the night of the Halloween. The night when owls scream because vampires come to the neighborhood and they cannot hide on the trees.” Unknown.
Free flying lessons, BYOB, and bring your own broom.
Ghosts and goblins spooks galore, scary witches at your door, Jack-o-Lanterns smiling brightly, wishing you a haunting night. Happy Halloween!
Ghosts, goblins, and jack-o-lanterns at night; I sure hope your Halloween is the best type of fright!
The green goblin, the red ghoul, and the black cat are just a few things that go BOO! on Halloween night.
Have a haunted Halloween! – Unknown
Have a fa-BOO-lous Halloween.
Happy Halloween to you. Witch-ing you a spook-tacular one!
Handsome little monster
Halloween is my favorite holiday!
Hip, Hip, Hooray, it’s candy day!
Halloween is the day the boogeyman visits your room.
“Costumes reveal your favorite animal. Are you wearing a cat or cheetah costume?” Unknown
I’ve never tasted a candy I didn’t love.
I love you more than candy corn.
I don’t know if Dracula truly exists, but I know the grim reaper visits the neigborhood on Halloween to steal souls of kids who are sleeping.
“Just because I cannot see it doesn’t mean I can’t believe it!” – The Nightmare Before Christmas.
Keep Calm and say BOO!
May you shake, rattle, and roll this Halloween!
No tricks, just treat!
Peek a boo!
Pumpkin Wishes and Candy Corn Kisses!
“Quit being such a scaredy-cat!” – Hocus Pocus.
“Que sera, sera, whatever will be, will be.” – Doris Day.
“Quoth the raven, ‘Nevermore.'” – Edgar Allan Poe
Shake your boo-ty!
Smell my feet!
So Franken Cute!
Sweet as sugar!
Silent night, ghostly night, all is calm, all white—round yon candy, goodies and treats.
Too cute to spook!
It’s the night – the night of the grave’s delight.
Trick or treat, bags of sweets, and ghosts are walking down the street.
Today I can be moody and be a little witch!
There are nights when the wolves are silent, and only the moon howls.
You’re my boo!
You are scary and beautiful! Enjoy your Halloween!
“Witch” way to the candy
Wicked never looked so cute!
When witches go riding and black cats are seen, the moon laughs and whispers, ‘tis near Halloween.
“Zombies are like humans, only tastier.” – Unknown
Tips for a fun and safe Halloween for kids
Halloween is just around the corner as the days get shorter and the nights get cooler. For kids, this holiday is all about candy, costumes, and fun, but it can be a bit more stressful for parents.
Keeping your little ones safe while they trick-or-treat is essential, but you also want them to have a great time. Here are some tips for making sure your kids have a fun and safe Halloween:
1. Costumes should fit properly to prevent trips and falls
The last thing you want is for your child to trip on their costume and hurt themselves. Make sure that any loose fabric gets hemmed so it doesn’t become a trip hazard.
Also, consider adding reflective tape to the costume, so your child is visible to drivers on Halloween night. Finally, ensure your child’s shoes fit well and are comfortable to walk in. Nothing ruins Halloween more than going home early because of a blister!
2. Gum and hard candy can pose a choking risk to the kids
Make sure to have a few healthy snacks on hand as well. You don’t want your child to ruin their Halloween by choking on candy. Also, avoid anything with too much sugar as it can cause a sugar high and make them hyperactive.
Whatever you do, have a happy and safe Halloween! Treats left over from last night. Why not share them with your child’s classmates? It’ll be the best way to start their Halloween!
3. Don’t use masks
Ensure your child’s costume is comfortable and doesn’t impede their vision. Masks can make it difficult to see and breathe, so opt for face paint or non-toxic makeup. If your child must wear a mask, help them adjust to it by having them wear it around the house for a few days before Halloween.
4. Give your kids a flashlight or glow stick
Flashlights and glow sticks help to light the way while trick-or-treating. They can also be used as a weapon against the monsters lurking in the shadows.
5. Dress your child for the weather
Kids will want to go outside and play no matter what the weather is like on Halloween. Make sure they are prepared by dressing them in layers. A cute pair of jeans, a long sleeve shirt, and a hoodie should do the trick. Don’t forget to add a raincoat to the mix if it is raining. And don’t forget the most crucial part, a great pair of shoes! Sneakers are always a good choice.
These were some of the best Halloween quotes for kids. We hope you enjoyed them. If you have other favorites, share them here. Happy Halloween!