Even social distancing won't spoil Halloween for you and your little ones! It may look a bit different this year, but we've got some practical suggestions on how to make All Hallows' Eve delightfully frightful. While kids race to uncover spooky treasures, grown-ups can dare each other to raise a glass (or two) of chilled Damnation Special. Even the faint-hearted won't be left out of the dreadful festivities -- our On Demand library along with streaming services offer a variety of ghastly movies to watch.
Even if you can’t Trick or Treat door-to-door this year, you can go on a hunt for candy in your own house. Create clues to lead your little ones to their sweet treats!
Collect online donations from your family and friends to support UNICEF. You can choose where the money goes and combine the donations with a fun idea like a virtual costume reveal party! Grande is not affiliated, associated, authorized, endorsed by, or in any way officially connected with UNICEF.)
Stay in and fire up the oven. The whole family will enjoy these fun recipes for ghoulish goodies the kids can help create!
Find a movie that gives everyone in the house just the right amount of the heebie jeebies with this list of kid-friendly Halloween movies.
These eerie games are so real, you’ll be looking over your shoulder constantly. Grab the controller... if you dare!
Spread a little Halloween happiness by leaving a gift on a neighbor’s porch. Get the lowdown on how to boo someone or what to do if you’ve been booed.
Mix up something spookily delicious with recipes for boozy delights that look as good as they taste. Cheers!
Email your friends a list of items to search for and take pictures of, then see who gets done the fastest. Make it even more fun by sharing everyone’s finds over Zoom!