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Celebrate Halloween at Home

Many parts of the country are reeling from the big storm this week and Halloween in some parts of the East Coast have been cancelled. You can stay home and still have a great Halloween night with your kids. Throw a last-minute family Halloween party. You can use things that you already have in your home.

One example of a fun Halloween game is this Pumpkin Bowling game using toilet paper and a pumpkin.

Click through to get the link and also more ways to celebrate Halloween at home. 

Find out how to make this Pumpkin Bowling Game at Jeanetics.

Other ideas for a fun Halloween night at home are: Mummy Game and Monster Charades at Classic Play, Ghost Detective Game at Delightfully Noted, Bobbing For Apples at List Planet, Cook up some Spooky Ghosts for dinner at Gormet Mom On The Go. You can even have an indoor Halloween Scavenger Hunt — printable and information at Fantasy Jr. And you can still have the kids dress up for the fun. You can even hand out awards for their costumes. Grab the printable awards at Paisley Petal Events.

So don’t let the weather get you down, get creative with Halloween at Home. Who knows, it might become a family tradition!!


Our thoughts are with those on the east coast and all of the destruction.


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