If you live on the East coast of the U.S or in Southern Ontario, chances are you’ve felt some impact of the storm that we’ve just experienced.
Hurricane Sandy devastated so many communities and has left so many people without power, insurmountable damage and there is a long road ahead to assessing damage and moving on, no matter how prepared we were for the storm.
This whole event can be especially scary for kids! While they may not be old enough to understand the whole impact they may realize that occurred from the storm, surely they will have some questions on how this will impact Halloween — that’s easier for them to grasp.
With so much destruction due to Hurricane Sandy there are many communities who are cancelling Halloween due to the weather conditions, safety in the street and of course, safety is priority. While this may be hard to explain to your kids and I am sure there will be more than a few disappointed kids, there are still ways to celebrate Halloween without the traditional door-to-door trick or treating.
Click through to read 7 alternatives to trick or treating that will help your kids feel the spirit:
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