Celebrating Halloween during the COVID-19 pandemic doesn't have to be without fun. Here are some great ideas for no matter your comfort level.

If you're looking for something fun for your kids to do without going door-to-door in your neighborhood, you might find a great alternative here. If you want to find a unique way to hand out candy, this halloween, in a way that would make your neighbors more comfortable, you might find a great alternative here.

We're all going to be celebrating Halloween a little bit differently, but that sure doesn't mean it can't be a blast. New traditions and ways to celebrate, make life exciting.


 

5 Perfect Trick-Or-Treating Alternatives to Try This Halloween

Trick-Or-Treat Driveway Tables

Instead of having kids grab candy from a communal bowl, work with your neighbors to put up driveway tables to pass out individually-wrapped candy. This keeps contact to a minimum while still letting kids go from house to house.

Tree-hanging Candy Bags

Dangle little baggies of treats from the trees or a fence. Kids can just grab one and keep moving, but even more fun if they have to jump. Maybe even position a yard light to shine up the tree so kids can see the bags better.

Halloween Egg Hunt

Make this one spookier than Easter with a glow-in-the dark hunt. All you need are some leftover plastic eggs and some mini glow sticks.

Halloween-themed Scavenger Hunt

Organize a scavenger hunt with candy involved. Give Halloween-themed clues to have your kids find candy around the house or in the backyard. Depending on how adventurous your kids are, make them go thru some silly ordeals.

The CDC also shared additional low-risk Halloween ideas, including the scavenger hunt idea above.

[H/T Chicago Parent]