Are you guys ready for Halloween. I'm getting there working hard filling in my to do list which you can find right here go ahead and right click and copy print off yours too!
Even if you don't get it all done at least you'll look like you put in the extra effort!
A few days ago I posted some Halloween games. I've had a few inquiries about that blog post so I thought I would share some more today.
The majority of those games that I listed are easy DIY projects. You more then likely have the stuff you need to create these games at home.
In specific I was asked about two games.
Halloween Pictionary is one of my favorites!
In our home we have played several different ways depending on the size of our get together.
We have an art easel that we used to hold a giant sketch pad.
We have also broken up into smaller groups and used paper on clip boards.
We always play with words that have to do with the special occasion that brought us together.
This year's list is pictured above.
(Please feel free to copy and print for personal use.)
The second game was tic tack toe. All I do is make a board on the table with tape. We use these little baby pumpkins on the board. I placed a tag on them stating if they were an X or O. This way I can still use them for thanksgiving.
Wishing everyone a happy Friday!
If you haven't guessed it yet, I really enjoy Halloween.
As I mentioned earlier this is the first year that I will not have any one going trick or treating. So in turn I have decided to make it a family game night.
This list could also be a great resource for any of you who are going to be hosting any Halloween parties.
Bobbing for apples
Guess how many Candy Corns
Rolling Pumpkin Race
Witch Hat toss
Pumpkin Tic Tac Toe
Pop the Pumpkin
*This Post Has Been Updated
I miss trick or treating. This will be the very first year we don't have anyone going. I think it may be a bit if a challenge to say goodbye to this portion of the night
I am however looking forward to seeing all the little ones come to the door dressed in their best costumes.. If you have little ones looking forward to trick or treating.
Here a few tips to get through the night safely!
A few years back, I decided to wear heels. My feet were killing me halfway through the night.
Make sure drivers can see you walking
Use flashlights and or some type of reflectors while out and about.
Try to keep those costumes short.
They can cause tripping with all the excitement of collecting Free candy!
If your driving...
Kids get excited and may not always be paying attention to dangers around them
Use the sidewalks if you have them in your neighborhood and try to cross at corners.
Trick or treating is fun, just remember to be safe and enjoy the memory making moments!
ARE YOU BUDGETING
Are You budgeting?
Here's a list of 5 activities you can do for free from home
Write a Scary Story
Make a Scarecrow
Watch a Scary Movie
Have a picnic under a tree and enjoy the falling leaves
*This post has been updated
Thavin & Marcob is a place where you are celebrated for being you!