1. Have a Halloween movie marathon
Pop some popcorn, get your favorite snacks I recommend chocolate! This is a easy task because around Halloween there’s nothing but scary & cute movies on every channel. Plus in a era of Netflix & Hulu you can’t really go wrong.
Recommendations: Hocus Pocus, Halloweentown, Casper… Monster House. The opportunities are endless.
2. Create fun Halloween baskets
I did this one year when they had planned not to go trick or treating. It was simple and expensive. Grabbed a Halloween themed bag, added some candy, bubbles, simple fun activities, maybe a little money depending on age. Done!
3. Cook a spooky family dinner
Pinterest is perfect place to find on theme meals for a fun family night. But if that seems like a lot of work then go another route and just make a family favorite. Make it fun by maybe serving it on Halloween plates or by candlelight.
4. Do Halloween crafts
The internet, YouTube & Pinterest are a treasure trove when it comes to finding arts and craft ideas for holidays, special occasions. Anything honestly. Skill level and complication is all on you as a individual of course.
5. Find a Community activity
Check your local YMCA, community center and churches we find fun activities and parties every year on Halloween and they’re always free.
Whatever you do, I hope its fun.. & safe!