Fun Halloween

 

Halloween is definitely one of the most fun seasons to look forward to during the year as it is not too serious,

it is filled with fun and merriment, and a good dose of silliness and spooks is thrown in there as well.

Here are a few ways to prepare for the season of pumpkins, ghosts and candy:

  1. Help your kids pick out costumes. Whether your 5-year-old is dead set on becoming a pirate or your 8-year-old is going to come as a princess,
  2. start making preparations. You could head to the mall to pick up ready made costumes, order some online, or get in touch with your creative side and make
  3. them yourself! If you have no idea what you want your kids to dress as or if they are short on ideas themselves, that’s what the internet is for.
  4. Peruse the World Wide Web for inspiration for unique and easy to make costume ideas.
  5. Pick up supplies. Does your family carve a pumpkin as an annual tradition? Or are you going to do it for the first time this year?
  6. Avoid the holiday rush and pick up pumpkins, candy and everything else that you will need for Halloween a few weeks before
  7. the last week of October so you don’t get stressed out about it.
  8. Tidy up your house. With the hustle and bustle of the season, a little tidying up is necessary.
  9. Set aside a weekend or two for you to clear out your house and tidy up so that nothing gets in the
  10. way of your holiday preparations. If you do not have the time, you can also opt to hire a cleaning service to do the job for you.

Decorate your house accordingly. Get with the holiday spirit and decorate your house with ghosts,

witches, pumpkins, skeletons, cobwebs, headstones, spider webs, etc. The sky is the limit. Just remember to

keep safety first if there are any decorations that kids could trip on or set fire to. After all, you wouldn’t want

the horror to become real on the day of Halloween!

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