With lockdown restrictions in place preventing the usual Halloween celebrations – here are some alternative activities or ways to adjust your usual Halloween favourites so you can still enjoy some spooky fun this weekend.
Indoor trick or treating or treasure hunts
As it is advised that you can’t take the little ones knocking around the neighbours for sweets and chocolates this year, get creative with this traditional activity and do your own indoor trick or treat route with members of the household behind each door. If you don’t have enough members in your household to be the mystery bodies behind doors then you could swap this for a fun treasure hunt throughout rooms in the home with sweet treats, toys, or healthy alternatives to be won. Looking to save money? You could swap a prize with a fun game or activity to keep costs low.
Mini monsters’ disco
Just because households can’t meet with others outside of support bubbles doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy throwing some spooky shapes as a family, especially if you have some little monsters running around. Dress up and put on some good tunes to truly get into the Halloween mood.