Are you looking for fun and creative Halloween activities for a night in or a party you're hosting? We've got you covered with this post full of inspiration and downloads for a spooktacular Halloween.
Gather all your Halloween movie favorites, popcorn, and sweets to enjoy a night in front of your big screen.
Set aside a day to go to the pumpkin patch and carve pumpkins at home. Don't forget to get a carving kit for a smoother experience.
Did you know the original Jack-o-Lanterns used turnips? This tradition of turnip carving came from Europe and was changed to pumpkins in the U.S. for being easier to carve and more plentiful.
Halloween Word Search
This free downloadable printout makes for an easy game to occupy the kiddos.
Novelty cookie cutters add some fun to spending quality time in the kitchen.
Tell Scary Stories
Gather around a fire with a cozy blanket to share your favorite spooky tales.
Gift a Boo Basket
Bring joy to your friends and neighbors by surprising them with a boo basket. Anonymously leave a basket on their doorstep filled with seasonal or Halloween treats and include this free downloadable You've Been Booed tag so they can pass along the spirit of Halloween to their neighbors.
Host a game night with bingo cards friendly for all ages.
Visit a Haunted House
Grab your friends and get ready for a scream fest.
Make Monster Slime
The kids can make unique and creepy recipes with this kit.
Host a Halloween Read-A-Thon
Set a timeframe with some spooky book challenges and meet together at the end to discuss your good reads. For inspiration on creating your read-a-thon challenge, visit Wonderless Review's post.
Halloween House Decorating
Split into teams and have a friendly competition for the best candy cottage.
Escape Room in a Box
Challenge yourself at home with this werewolf experiment edition.
Backyard Pumpkin Golf
Grab a few craft pumpkins and carve silly faces in them, and set up a mini-golf course in your backyard. If you don't have mini golf clubs, you can use the end of a hook handle umbrella. For a festive golf ball, try these.
Go Trick or Treating
This one is a more common tradition, but what kid doesn't enjoy dressing up and getting lots of candy.
What are your favorite traditions and things to do on Halloween each year? Be sure to share them in the comments section below.
Until next time,
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