Halloween during Coronavirus – trick or treat?
You are probably reading this because you are wondering how you can celebrate Halloween with the children. You don’t want them wondering off to stranger’s houses to trick or treat during the global Coronavirus pandemic so you’re thinking about just planning something small at home. You probably may not want to decorate the outside too much so as to limit the amount of people knocking on your door.
Carve and cut a Halloween Pumpkin
This is probably the biggest and most important Halloween staple. Check out the video below on how to carve your own pumpkin!
Halloween mood lighting
You can buy fairly cheap orange lights on Amazon and set these to orange. If you have smart lighting, why not alter these for the ultimate halloween experience?
Lot’s of fun games to play such as Apple bobbing, although you may not too many playing with COVID-19!
Halloween movie night
There’s an entire library of scary films, have a gander through Netflix or Sky Movies. There’s also bound to be some scary movies on terrestrial TV on Halloween.
You can quickly find a scary music playlist on Spotify or YouTube. Why not throw in some old-school classics such as Michael Jackson – Thriller.
Halloween baking, food and treats
A quick run to your local supermarket will allow you to find some seasonal treats such as sweet eyes or worms! These will always go down well with the kids.
You may opt to bake some scary treats with the kids. Something different to do and can even teach the kids how to bake! You can also make your own toffee apples!
Take a look at BBC Good food for some Halloween recipes!
You can decorate the inside and your home with cob webs, pumpkins, skulls, skeletons, mysterious ghost props to name a few. Check out some must-haves below!