We can all agree that this has been an interesting year when it comes to going out on the town with a small group of people, or deciding to stay home with your family. Even though there are regulations for each are about going out, that shouldn’t stop us from still having a great time and making awesome memories with our loved ones!
But can you believe Halloween is three days away?! If you’re still trying to figure out what to do for this spooky holiday this year, here are a few ideas!
1. Go all out with your Halloween Decor
To get in the holiday spirit, make your home a spooky haven filled decorations like with cobwebs, cutout bats, pumpkins, skeletons, funky tree branches, ghosts, scarecrows, candles, and glowing lights!
2. Bagging Halloween Treats
To maintain social distancing, a good idea would be to pack treats in small baggies for the kids to grab as they walk by your home. You can leave them on a table outside and wave to the kids from inside as they grab their goodies and replenish the table as the supply gets low!
3. Trunk or Treat
Another cool idea for the kids to collect candy on this holiday is to decorate your car and have them grab their favorite treats from your trunk!
4. Pumpkin Carving
You can’t go wrong with outlining your favorite stencil on a pumpkin and have a pumpkin carving party with your loved ones! If you want to make it more exciting, you could have a pumpkin carving contest and offer a cool prize to the winner!
5. Scary Movie Night
Each person can pick their favorite scary movie and watch those movies all night long!
For the adults, there can be some delicious cider, pumpkin, or apple flavored cocktails that can be enjoyed during the movie.
6. Get To Cooking
A fun activity would be to bake a few Halloween themed treats! The kids will love to get hands on with cooking and then be able to enjoy their yummy ghostly creations!
7. Costume Dance Party
Have a small gathering at your place with your best friends and dress in your best Halloween costumes! Have some tasty appetizers or even have everyone bring a dish so all can enjoy. Put on an awesome playlist to get everyone moving and dance the night away!
I hope these ideas are helpful for those who are still trying to figure out their plans.
If you already know what you’re doing for Halloween, comment below to share your ideas!
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