View Poll Results: How do your kids eat their candy?

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  • Binge. Two days in a sugar coma, then we are over it.

    4 36.36%
  • Hoarders. I find candy wrappers for months.

    3 27.27%
  • We trade in candy for something less bad.

    2 18.18%
  • We feed them their candy over time.

    3 27.27%
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    Has anyone ever tried this with their extra candy?

    Halloween Candy for Heroes! — A Great Use of Your Extra Halloween Candy
    Halloween Candy for Heroes - A Great Use of Your Extra Halloween Candy
    A mama who teaches college writing, as well as help her 11-year-old in
    choosing his own life adventure. Using Global Village School to support our desire to develop a sense of social justice and global awareness.

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    We let ours pig out on candy last night after they were done. None of them asked for a single piece today!

    Confession: I actually go through their candy every year and pick out things that don't look like Halloween candy. I then save those for Christmas stockings.

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    After sifting through DS' candy on Halloween, there are somethings that just should be banned. One person, gave out the goodie bags that you can't see inside of. When we opened it, it was her business card and candy canes. I am sure they are from last year.

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    Not sure if it's a good idea or not (nutritionally, psychologically, economically), but we buy candy from our kids. Usually they sell us 2/3 or so of their candy and just keep their favorites. I use their bought candy to fill our next piñata.
    Homeschooling my 2 children since January 2013
    7-year-old loves animals and math; 10-year-old loves reading and magic
    Massachusetts native, now living in Latin America

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