Halloween is Not Cancelled
Halloween is one of the most enjoyed traditions for our kids. With cities and towns putting restrictions on festivities and limiting the traditional trick or treating, this celebration does not have to be completely done away with. Decorations can still go up, pumpkin carving can still be enjoyed, and being outdoors all dressed-up in costume can still be relished. There are many alternative options to the traditional Halloween activities. Get creative with ideas and pass it on. Here are a few: Zoom costume parties, candy scavenger hunt, glow in the dark eggs, drive-in movie marathon. Although this year may be different, you can give your children a festive and spooky experience.
How are your kids celebrating Halloween this year? What are some creative activity ideas have you heard about?
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