Halloween, StoryBots-Style!

It’s official: StoryBots fans are THE BEST!

Check out some of the cool and creative ways our fans made Team 341B part of their trick-or-treating tradition this year:

tessakatecreates
Courtesy @tessakatecreates
sunnieallen
Courtesy Sunnie Allen
knomiekins
Courtesy @knomiekins
stephanieray
Courtesy Stephanie Ray
thelandoftwo
Courtesy @thelandoftwo
artsyformandm1
Courtesy @artsyformandm
adriennebethy
Courtesy @adriennebethy
ocsbmrswilson
Courtesy @ocsbMrsWilson
kairisaffron
Courtesy Kairi Saffron
grettielm
Courtesy @grettielm
cristalcarballeyra
Courtesy Cristal Carballeyra‎
ClaireATX
Courtesy @ClaireATX

Want more? Take a look at last year’s fan-made Halloween costumes and check out these easy instructions to get the StoryBots look for your own family or class.

Let’s make a Spooky Snack!

Here’s a simple snack that you can help you celebrate the Halloween season, or just learn a little more about spiders! Make these tricky treats, then enjoy an episode of Ask the StoryBots. You can find this activity and more on StoryBots.com!

 

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Cookie Spiders


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Want more spooky fun? Download the full activity packet:

🕷️ParentsHalloween Activity Packet

🕷️TeachersHalloween Activity Packet

Grab a spooky snack, your favorite blanket to keep ghouls away, and check out Ask the StoryBots, available on Netflix!

Still looking for a costume? Check out our StoryBots Costume Ideas!

 

🎃 – Team StoryBots

Super Simple StoryBots Costumes!

Need a costume? We’ve got you covered! Turn your squad into Team 341B with this year’s cutest (and possibly easiest) costume to make! Here’s what you need:

Bo with Circle1. Cut out the template

You can find printable eyes and eyebrows here. Print your eyes on heavy cardstock to make sure it lasts all day.

bing-with-circle.png2. Tape or glue eyes and eyebrows to hat

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We used tape to attach our eyes and eyebrows, but you can also use glue or fabric glue. Just be sure to let it dry completely. Pro tip: Place the hat on your head first, then see where to place the eyes and eyebrows.

Beep with Circle3. Accessorize!

You can step up your costume game by adding things your StoryBot might like! You can also layer additional accessories like cardigans or jackets. Here’s a few ideas:

Bang with Circle

Bing – coffee mug, pogo stick

Boop with Circle

Bo – rainbows, unicorns, glitter

Beep – magnifying glass, plant

Boop – coffee mug

Bang – ukulele, drums

 

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Add accessories to create a personal touch!

 

Are you crafting a StoryBots Costume this season? Tag us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram to share with other fans!

From Team StoryBots, have a safe and spooky Halloween!