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1. Haunted Dinner
Whip up your favorite meal, but add a Halloween twist.
Feel free to make elaborate Halloween treats or simply decorate your food to fit the theme.
For example, decorate cupcakes as spiders or wrap hotdogs in puff pastries to make mummy dogs.
2. Halloween Dance Party
Create a playlist of fun or spooky music and dance the night away.
Don’t forget to add Halloween classics like “The Monster Mash” and “Thriller.”
3. Halloween-Themed Game Night
Play Halloween trivia or add a Halloween spin on games like tic tac toe and bean bag toss with some decorations.
Host a virtual Halloween game night with online games so you can play with friends and family across the country.
4. Scary Movie Marathon
If your family is older you can have a movie night featuring your favorite horror films.
Younger children can still get in on the fun by choosing family-friendly movies.
Don’t forget Halloween snacks like popcorn with candy corn.
5. Make Halloween Crafts
Spend your Halloween making spooky crafts.
Try your hand at a Halloween wreath or a floral arrangement.
Or, keep it simple with paper bag ghosts or making witches' hats out of paper.
6. Hold a Face-Painting Party
Grab some inexpensive face paint from the Halloween section and paint each other’s faces.
Hold a contest to see who comes up with the best designs.
Easily remove face paint with a gentle makeup remover or baby oil.
7. Carve or Paint Pumpkins
Pumpkin carving is a classic Halloween tradition.
If you don’t want to use carving tools, opt for painted pumpkins instead.
8. Decorate Halloween Treats
Build haunted gingerbread houses using your favorite Halloween candy and treats.
Bake and decorate cookies using Halloween-themed cookie cutters.
9. Build a Haunted House
Turn your home into a haunted house.
Have each family member create their own “wing” of the haunted house.
Go through the haunted house individually and try to scare one another as you visit different wings.
10. “Ghost” Friends or Family
Buy or make ghost-themed bags — such as a white paper bag decorated as a ghost.
Fill the bags with goodies and treats your family and friends will love.
Deliver the treat bags to family and friends by leaving them on their doorsteps.
Be sure to include a note that they’ve been “ghosted” and ask them to pass on the haunting by delivering treats to their loved ones.
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