Remember Halloween?

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Nice tat: Madison Cinalli, 8, of Marine Park shows off her spooky hand stamp.
Advanced coloring: Ava LaRocca, 22 months, colors with both hands at Itty Bitty Adventures’ Halloween Festival.
Future ball player?: Charlotte Donegan, 3, of Gerritsen Beach gives her throwing arm a workout.
The artist: Who needs paper when you’ve got a little brother? Justin Rodziewicz, 7, draws on his brother Jaiden, 3, at Itty Bitty Adventures’ Halloween Festival.
Watch out: What little Alyssa Cinalli, 4, doesn’t know is that the octopus she’s playing with is a vampire! Fortunately, its teeth are made of rubber.

The Itty Bitty Adventures Pre-School had an itty bitty Halloween party!

A couple dozen of the cutest kids you’ve ever seen came out for candy, games, and tattoos — the temporary kind, of course — for the Avenue S daycare’s fall bash on Oct. 27.

Itty Bitty Adventures tutors tots ages 2 to 5, but only serves candy in copious amounts on special occasions.

Reach reporter Colin MIxson at or by calling (718) 260-4514.
Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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