Halloween Bucket List: 15 Things You Must Do this Halloween
Halloween is the time for ghosts and goblins to make their appearance, for trick or treating and of course for carving pumpkins. Putting together a Halloween bucket list is a perfect way to make sure you don’t miss out on all of the wonderful things this holiday has to offer. No sure where to begin? Take a look below at 15 things you must do his Halloween, so you can be sure you make the most of this witchy season!
1. Hang some fake spider webs.
What is more fun than covering a doorway or shrubbery with fake spider web? Grab some from the dollar store and have some fun.
2. Have a pumpkin carving contest.
Gather interested parties and see who can carve the most creative and fun pumpkin.
3. Make Halloween trail mix.
Mix up a batch of Halloween trail mix. Use Halloween M&Ms, nuts, pretzels, raisins, and other ingredients to create a tasty mix.
4. Visit a haunted house.
Find a local haunted house attraction in your area and go for a visit, if you aren’t too scared!
5. Research local ghost lore.
Is your town a hot spot for local ghost lore? Look up some of the local hauntings and pay them a visit.
6. Watch The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown.
What would Halloween be without this movie? Watch The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown with friends and family. Don’t forget the popcorn.
7. Play Glow Sick Tag.
Grab a package of glow sticks, activate them, then play a fun game of outdoor/nighttime tag.
8. Try some scary face painting.
Garb some makeup effect kits from the local costume store and try your hand at creating some scary faces.
9. Make popcorn balls.
Popcorn balls are fun to make and tasty to eat. Look for some fall or Halloween variations online and give the recipes a try
10. Bob for apples.
What could be more fun than bobbing for apples? Fill a bucket with water and apples and then dive right in.
11. Dance to Monster Mash.
Put on Monster Mash and have a monster dance party!
12. Learn the “Thriller” dance.
You can’t celebrate Halloween without the Thriller dance. Head to YouTube.com where all sorts of tutorials are waiting for you.
14. Attend a Halloween party.
Is your town holding any Halloween parties? If so, get your costumes on and head out for a night of family fun. If no, why not throw your own?
15. Go bat watching.
Bats are easy to spot on cool, fall nights. Head to the woods to go bat (or owl) watching and have some spooky fun.
16. Host a Halloween Selfie Scavenger Hunt
You can split into groups or go off on your own, but this Selfie Scavenger Hunt is a ton of fun. The person or team to get through the list wins, or whoever has the most marked of the list. It doesn’t matter how you set up the rules as long as everyone knows the rules.
Are you ready to make the most out of Halloween? Give these 15 things you must do at Halloween a try (all family friendly) and see how much fun you can pack into this spooky season.
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Mall Scavenger Hunt
Planning an adult scavenger hunt? Never fear they are in the works!
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