You know how to turn Halloween candy into science experiments. But did you know you can also use it in family games, donate it to local food banks, or glue it to paper flowers for beautiful Halloween bouquets?
--Use glue gun, not Elmers, if possible. Elmer's glue takes hours to set and dissolves some of the candy.
--Use hard candy. Soft candy can slide right off your flower.
--To make a cone-shaped flower, cut a slit in paper circle, and pull one end under the other until the flower is the shape you want. Fasten with tape.
Need more ideas? Check out "How to Handle Halloween Candy" in the October issue of ParentMap.