Trick or treat?
You’ve probably heard this phrase, but maybe you don’t know that the halloween or Halloween is a festival that appeared among the Celtic peoples more than 3000 years ago. Every year, on October 31, they celebrated the harvests they had made, the end of summer and the beginning of another year, according to their calendar.
The Celts also believed that supernatural beings roamed the land on that day. To maintain harmony with the spirits of the supernatural world, the people dressed and offered sweets to anyone who asked.
Years later, around the 20th century, the Halloween party arrived in the United States. There, the celebration has become a cultural tradition, which is celebrated annually with great joy and pleasure.
Halloween in Brazil
After gaining momentum in the United States, Halloween took over other countries around the world, including Brazil. Around here, kids wear costumes and have terrifyingly fun parties.
Trick or treat?
Halloween won children’s hearts because on this day they can not only dress up as they want, but also have fun with their friends playing trick-or-treating.
Besides all the fun that Halloween games and decorations provide, this party also playfully awakens the creative side of children. This contributes to her development and also ensures contact with other cultures.
The child as the protagonist on Halloween
After looking at inspiring Halloween games and decorations, it’s time to figure out how to make your party unforgettable.
in the custom book “The best Halloween party in the world” the kid chooses his favorite costume while customizing, organizes his own Halloween party and has fun trick-or-treating with his friends.
Inspiration to celebrate Halloween
After learning a little more about this party full of fun and joy, how about getting inspired by Halloween games and decorations? Check out our tips below:
Halloween decorations to make at home
After choosing your favorite lollipops, cover them with white tissue paper and tie them with black or orange ribbons. Personalize the lollipop with a black marker with ghostly faces.
Balloons are great decorations for Halloween. To make the party even more fun, fill white and orange balloons and draw scary faces with a black marker. Tie each with black ribbons and spread around the house.
nice popcorn bags
Put sugared gummies in transparent gloves, then fill them with sweet or salted popcorn. Tie with orange or black ribbons and distribute on the dessert table.
To make these creepy dishes, choose the black disposable containers. Use hot glue to attach the base of the straws to the sides of the plate. Finish the decoration by gluing the fun eyes to the front of the board. Once done, just fill them with the treats you want.
Use nice straws for the broomstick. Cut out small pieces of black and orange fabric to make the base. Use string or black ribbon to tie the pieces of fabric to the straw and you’re done!
Wrap glass or plastic jars with gauze. Then use a black marker to draw funny eyes on the front of the container. Place candies and treats in the jar and scatter them around the house.
Draw and cut the wings of the bat on black cardstock or cardstock. Use hot glue to attach the wings to the clothespin. If you like, finish this Halloween decoration by gluing the eyes to the side of the clothespin.
scary paper rolls
Decorate the paper rolls with scary eyes and faces. Then cover one of the openings with a small piece of cardboard and fill the rolls with candies and treats.
Halloween pranks to make with kids
To make this game look like Halloween, use the witch hats as the target for the rings.
Write on small pieces of paper, challenges for kids like walking like a zombie, imitating a vampire, or playing a prank on someone. Then deposit the challenges in a special box and let the fun begin!
Guess the amount of candy
Fill a Halloween-decorated witch hat or bucket with candy and challenge the kids to guess the exact amount of goodies in the container.
Choose some orange balloons to imitate pumpkins and fill them with candies and treats. Leave some balloons of the same color empty. Stick the balloons on the wall and invite the kids to pop the pumpkins until they find candy.
Decorate the cans with scary faces and stack them on top of each other. Pick a small ball and challenge the kids to knock over the pile of cans.
Among Halloween games, bingo is a super fun option. The personalized card with witches, pumpkins, vampires and other figures guarantees the fun of the little ones.
create your mind
To discover the creative side of the little ones, make the ghost molds, get cotton, glue, crayons and markers and invite them to modify them however they want.
How about organizing a dress up contest with the kids?
Choose different prize categories to make the game even cooler: the scariest, the funniest or the most improvised. Then it’s time to start the family fun!
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