With COVID-19 still a major threat and cause for concern, you might be wondering about Halloween this year. The CDC presents several examples of alternative Halloween activities so you don’t have to partake in traditional trick-or-treating, but there are other considerations to keep in mind for Halloween 2020. Here are a few things that you need to know about celebrating and having fun on the day of candy, costumes, and ghouls.
Halloween is a fun holiday that’s meant to be joyous and lighthearted. But with the coronavirus looming, you might be a bit at a loss of how to keep the fun and magic in the day for you and your family. All the little kids who trick-or-treat – your own included – are in need of their sugar and their fun fall activities! (Especially this year, where everything has been upside-down and topsy-turvy.) The priority, of course, is keeping everyone safe and healthy, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t have some fun for Halloween 2020. Here are a few suggestions (as outlined by the CDC) to have a COVID-19 safe Halloween.
Halloween is a lot of fun, and it’s a day that kids and adults alike love. Costumes, candy, spooky decorations – what’s not to love? While it’s easy to get swept up in all the Halloween antics, it’s also important to remember to be safe – and to keep the trick-or-treaters coming to your house safe! We’ve got a few tips for you to both prepare your house for the onslaught of small children and keep your own kids safe when they return from their adventures.
Halloween is almost here, and it’s a very exciting day for kids who are anticipating putting on a spooky costume and consuming a copious amount of sugar. Trick-or-treating is great and it can be a lot of fun. But it also means that a lot of tiny humans are walking around on the streets. It’s super important to drive extra safe on Halloween. Check out the following tips for driving on Halloween.
There’s a certain magic to trick-or-treating. Kids love dressing up in costume and getting yummy candies from neighbors. Halloween is up there on their list of favorite things, for sure. But trick-or-treating, while super fun, isn’t without its risks. If your kids are going trick-or-treating this year, you need to lay down some ground rules for the Halloween fun. We’ve got some tips to help you keep your kids safe this Halloween.
When you’re a kid, there’s nothing quite as exciting as making the decision of what to be for Halloween. As a parent, you love to see your kids’ faces light up when they get their costume and talk about what they’re going to be. But it’s also important to make sure that your child’s costume is safe for them to go parading around the neighborhood trick-or-treating. You know how to child-proof a home, but what about a costume? A Halloween costume is a big decision, and it’s exciting to see everything come together. And we’ve got some tips to make sure that your kid’s costume is super safe.