October is synonymous with "Halloween" celebrations. Halloween is celebrated at the end of October, which is October 31st. Halloween has become a tradition that is celebrated every year and is used as an event for gathering with family, friends, and other relatives. At Halloween celebrations, everyone is competing to wear a unique costume. Apart from tricks and treats, below are activities that you can do on Halloween.
Watch Horror Movies - Watching horror movies is one of the activities that can be done. Partying and going around asking for candy is a common activity so that Halloween night becomes even spooky, you can watch horror movies at home or in the cinema.
Play Games - To add to the fun of Halloween celebrations, you can make games. Like a hanging donut competition, play black and white Halloween cards, or you can also play a game of bobbing for apples, which it is said that this game became known in Ireland and Scotland for hundreds of years before Halloween became a trend in various worlds. This game is very easy to do, you only need a large container filled with water and apples. Then the children will compete to take the apples in the container using their mouths, which means they have to dip their heads into the container.
Cooking - Cooking is an uncommon activity during Halloween celebrations. To make your Halloween activities even more fun, you can cook cakes with a Halloween theme. Like cake with strawberry jam which is like blood, chocolate in the form of a ghost, or chocolate that is shaped like worms.
Have you planned any fun activities like Halloween games for kids? If not, you can try this game idea for Halloween. Just choose which one you want to play, then immediately prepare the equipment and settings!
Halloween Pinata - Change the game to treat or trick by having the kids hit the pinata. Enter a variety of candy and children's favorite chocolates into the pinata. Once the pinata is crushed, the 'rain' of candy and chocolate will hit.
Monochrome Scary Halloween Cards – Playing black and white Halloween cards with your children is a fun activity to do at home too!
Spooky Harvest Bowling - No, this is not just bowling. This bowling takes advantage of some of the fruits and vegetables around us that have been decorated with a Halloween theme. Then, use the pumpkin as a ball to toss the rows of fruits and vegetables. Make sure all the 'bowling pins' fall, huh.
Spending your Halloween at home doesn’t make it boring! You can have fun Halloween too even just staying at home, here some lists of activities to do to make your stay-at-home Halloween fun!