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8 Fun Things To Do On Halloween – If You Are Not Going Trick-or-Treating

If you are not planning Trick or Treating like every year due to risk of coronavirus then don’t give up on celebrating altogether. Here we have compiled some Halloween-themed activities you can engage in from your safe-zone – your comfy HOME! 😄😍

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1. Celebrate Halloween with Family 

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Family members can play ghostly characters and enjoy the festive mood of Halloween by playing mysterious games together followed by a spooky family dinner.

For dressing up, take your pick from characters like –
Barrel – The little skeleton ☠️from Oogie Boogie’s Henchmen.
Casper – The Friendly Ghost 👻.
Dorsilla – The Evil Witch 🧙‍♀️.
Dracula – Fictional character from Gothic horror novels 🧛‍♂️.

2. Bake Spooky Halloween Cupcakes 

Invite neighbours’ kids and bake together with them some flavourful and toothsome spooky cupcakes like Dracula’s Bite Cupcakes, Zombie Hands, Monster Claw, Black Cat, Slimy Monster to feast on later 😋, together.

3. Make DIY Halloween Cards 

While at home, kids can experiment with some papercraft and create 3-D or 2-D greeting cards to send to their cousins, relatives, friends and can post the same on social media platforms as well. You might like to check out Halloween e-invitations here as well.

4. Watch Classic Halloween Movies 

Make a watch list of hair-raising/spine-chilling Halloween Classic movies, grab a big bucket of popcorn, keep spooky cupcakes and Pumpkin Ice cream floats handy for a Halloween movie marathon. Here are some movies you can pick from – Get Out (2017), Scream (1996), Halloween (1978), Edward Scissorhands (1990), Beetlejuice (1988). 56 more Halloween movies to choose from.

5. Hook up with a Scary Book on Halloween

All by yourself this Halloween?! Snuggle with an eerie, chilling, or mysterious storybook.

Some good reads are –
Black Eyed Susans by Julia Heaberlin
Fever Dream by Samanta Schweblin
The Wolf Wants In by Laura McHugh
My Lovely Wife by Samantha Downing

6. Dole Out Halloween Candies for other Trick or Treaters 

Though you are not planning trick or treating for yourself, furnish other trick or treaters with the goodness of Halloween cookies and cupcakes at the entrance of your home.

7. Willy Wonka (Candy) Themed Party 

Decorate your garden with family and friends for Willy Wonka Theme. Set up small candy stations with a variety of candies keeping all tastes and age groups in mind.

8. Organize a Halloween Costume Parade

Orchestrate a kids’ costume parade this Halloween. Your society’s kids can parade in their Halloween costumes inside the society and at the end of the parade, the winner of the best costume can be showered with gifts, and all the other participants can also be given goodie bags full of candies!

Whatever you decide to do, do not forget to click fun pictures to share with family and friends and to keep as keepsakes for years to come. Happy Spooky Halloween 👻 to all of you kids and adults!!

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