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Skull party supplies are a great way to set the mood for your upcoming Halloween party, birthday party or other get-together. Mix and match these skull party supplies with other Halloween or birthday party themes for a cool and fun atmosphere. Decorate your party tables with skull styled plates and other tableware, add skull decorations for a spooky affect, and have a great time on your big day with the help of all of our fantastic skull party supplies.
For a party held around Halloween - or for a kid who just loves skull imagery - there are plenty of fantastic ways to incorporate this symbol of graveyards and more into a fun, gothy sort of party for kids of all ages. However, if you are going to have young kids in attendance, it's best not to make the imagery too gory or scary - you certainly don't want their memories of the event to be traumatic ones!
The Mexican "Dia de los Muertos," or "Day of the Dead" celebrations around Halloween have quickly spread in popularity throughout the US in recent years. Plenty of the colorful Day of the Dead imagery from Mexico is now a common theme in Halloween parties across the country, and one of the most popular imports from our friends south of the Rio Grande on this front would have to be the colorful, sweet sugar skulls that are popular Dia de los Muertos treats. Sugar skulls can usually be purchased quite easily online, and are often sold in party stores and Mexican grocers around Halloween, as well - making them an easy to acquire treat that is sure to be remembered fondly!
Plenty of bakers offer pirate-themed cakes, which often feature the classic Jolly Roger (skull & crossbones) pirate flag. Reproducing this image on a sheet cake is usually quite an easy feat, so contact your local bakeries in order to determine which ones can fulfill this request at a reasonable rate. If you opt for a Jolly Roger cake, adding chocolate coins wrapped in gold foil to resemble doubloons can really offer a fantastically realistic element to the pirate theme as well.
Show the kids a picture of a skull, and point out the various parts that we all have in our heads. Once everyone has had a chance to grasp the difference between the cranium and the mandible, have a little trivia game to see who can answer some relevant trivia questions correctly. This can be a great way to train budding little scientists, and you can add a lesson on the differences between human skulls and certain animal skulls in order to make the trivia game even more exciting!
Gather the kids around, and ask each child to describe their favorite book, movie, or TV show that features a skull or a skeleton of some sort. Ask them why they like the piece so much, and how the skeleton characters in particular feed the plot. This is a great way to get kids to think about how this very ordinary part of our anatomy is used in art and literature!
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