It’s creepy season!!
2020 has been a crazy year and no doubt Halloween around the world is going to be different from normal. There won’t be any trick or treaters knocking on the door (YESSS!!) and you will need to find something to entertain your kids with so they don’t miss out too much on their usual Halloween activities.
Below I have listed some of my family’s favorite Halloween activities along with some of my personal old-school Halloween films for children.
Bobbing For Apples
Also known in some places as ‘Ducking Apples’ this is an absolute must on Halloween. All you need is a bowl or bucket, some apples, and water!! The idea is to get the apples out of the bucket of water with only your mouth, NO HANDS!! This has filled our house with laughter over the years and has become a tradition since I was a little sprog myself.
Take A Bite
Don’t fancy getting wet?? Then this is an alternative to stay dry and still have fun. All you need is an apple and some string!!
Tie the string around the apple leaving enough for the apple to hang. Someone standing on a chair/table holding the string while the players take turns being blindfolded trying to take a bite from the apple, again, NO HANDS!!.
Is it even Halloween without carving a pumpkin??
I’m personally not the biggest of fans of this purely because of the mess, haha but the sprogs did it for the first time last year and they loved it!! You can pick up a decent size pumpkin at your local supermarket or alternatively (like we did) there are plenty of farms that make the effort to grow them all year for you to visit their fields and pick your own. We had so much fun doing this last year and lockdown permitting, we will visit again this year.
Here is a list of some family-friendly films that I watched when I was a child and now the sprogs love them too. You can’t beat turning the lights off on Halloween with a spooky film and lots of munch!! Sometimes old is better and what better way than to show them some forgotten faves??
Halloween Town 2 Kalabars Revenge
Return To Halloween Town
Halloween Town High
Don’t Look Under The Bed
The Little Vampire
The Nightmare Before Christmas
Mom’s Got A Date With A Vampire
All the above are available on Disney+
What’s your fave Halloween film?? Let me know down in the comments.
Don’t forget, just because you can’t go out it doesn’t mean you can’t still get dressed up in your best costumes and have a creepy fun night in!!
This post is in collaboration with The Blog Brew Collab. Make sure to check out the other girls and what spooky post’s they have come up with this October.
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Day 4- Me
Day 5- Haley over at introvertedcreativity
Day 6- Karalee over at talesofbelle
Day 7- Kim over at chimmyville
Day 8- Kirsty over at kirstymarie
Day 9- Adebola over at mybreakingviews
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