Free Countdown to Halloween Printable
Trick or Treat and Happy Halloween! This Free Countdown to Halloween Printable will be a fun way to count down the days until Halloween, and the anticipation of this spooky day. Also, here is a list of fun and exciting ways you and your family can get ready for Halloween. From simple activities such as carving pumpkins to a hayride, there is something here for everyone. So, let’s not wait any longer and check out these great ideas for getting in the spirit of Halloween!
Roast Marshmallows and Make Smores
There are few activities that are as enjoyable and nostalgic as roasting marshmallows and making smores. This is a great way to get the family together and start talking about the fun memories you all have with this wonderful holiday. If you want to kick it up a notch, you can also try making some Halloween-themed smores by adding candy corn to the mix!
Bake Pumpkin-Shaped Goodies
What a fun way to spruce up a classroom party or other festive gathering. You can add a fun twist to sweet snacks by baking pumpkin-shaped goodies. Cookies can be decorated with orange icing and topped with candy corn, sprinkles, or raisins for a healthier option. You may also use cookie cutters on brownies. Use your imagination to decorate the scrumptious brownies and cookies. .
Go on a Hayride
Hayrides are a fantastic way to spend time with family and friends and experience different aspects of nature. The best hayrides can be found in the countryside or at a nearby pumpkin patch! Hayrides are the quintessential part of fall. Grab your apple cider, or hot chocolate after the hayride, and share some laughter with those around you.
Decorate Your Home
There are tons of ways you can decorate your home to get in the spirit of Halloween. You can try putting up spiderwebs, bats, or tombstones outside. You can also place your carved pumpkins or decorations inside. Be sure to set aside some time to decorate your home with your family. They’ll love spending time together and getting ready for the Halloween holiday!
Go on a Scavenger Hunt
Another way to get in the spirit of things is to go on a scavenger hunt. This is a great idea for getting the family together, and it’s also a lot of fun! You can try setting up different hunts for various ages and abilities. You can also try hosting a party where everyone goes on a scavenger hunt. If you’re hosting a party, you can have everyone go on a themed hunt. This is a great way to get everyone interacting and having a good time.
Pumpkins are a classic part of Halloween. They can be used to make decorations or even as part of a fun pumpkin carving contest. If you have younger kids, you can make it easier by starting with a small pumpkin and letting them work in teams to come up with their designs.
Decide on a Halloween costume
Choosing your Halloween costume for yourself can be a challenge, but maybe you can pair up with someone and choose a theme. For example, last year my granddaughter was Cookie Monster, and my youngest daughter was a chocolate chip cookie. They were a big hit!
Dress your pet in a Halloween costume
Oh, how we love our pets. There are so many costumes to choose from nowadays. This year my oldest son will be Christopher Robin, and his beagle will be Eeyore. There is so much fun to be had, dressing up with your pet.
Play Halloween Bingo
Bingo is always a fun game to play with kids. Get your Halloween Bingo Cards here.
Make Cute Tangerine Jack-O-Lantern Treats
This craft is a fun, festive, and easy way to decorate for Halloween. Or, add a little healthy to your Halloween this year! Learn to create these cute tangerine jack-o-lanterns.
This should go without saying, but going trick-or-treating is easily one of the most iconic things you can do during the Halloween season! This is not just for kids either. There are tons of adults who go trick-or-treating every year. If you’re going trick-or-treating, you can try setting up a group with your family or friends. This is a great way to get in the spirit of things and have some fun with those closest to you.
Download the Free Countdown to Halloween Printable. Click on the image below, and a two-page PDF will immediately appear. Print out one or both, and let the countdown begin. Enjoy all the activities leading up to Halloween. Great memories to be made!
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