Halloween this year will be looking a bit different. Rather than sending your kids out gussied up as fairies, astronauts, or superheroes, you may have to keep them at home – but that doesn’t mean there aren’t some fun ways to celebrate the spookiest time of the year. Here are some family-friendly ways to enjoy Halloween at home.
Create some crafts
There are a number of crafts that kids of all ages will enjoy making to help make your home spooktacular this year. From paper-plate pumpkins and pumpkin carving to creating monster puppets and flying bats, the options are seemingly endless (especially if you use Pinterest).
Go on a Halloween-themed scavenger hunt
A scavenger hunt is a fun way to celebrate, allowing your kids to stretch their legs and their minds. You can stay inside your home or explore your neighborhood while searching for Halloween-themed items. Think pumpkins, black cats, ghosts, witches, and more. You can even find templates for ready-made scavenger hunts online.
Set up a haunted blanket fort
Blanket forts are a fun way to pass the time, no matter the season, so why not create one with a twist? Dress up in your costumes, grab some fake cobwebs and LED candles, and build a haunted fort. While you’re there, you can tell ghost stories, enjoy sweet treats, or simply watch a good Halloween movie. From the Hardin County Honda family to yours, we want you to wish you a happy, safe, and spooky Halloween!