Although kids traditionally go door to door trick-or-treating for candy on Halloween, many parents prefer to keep their kids at home on this holiday that often poses dangers for little ones. If you’d rather keep your kids safe and sound on All Hallows’ Eve, it’s crucial that you find fun, exciting ways to entertain them. Celebrating Halloween at home isn’t a sign that you have no money for luxury parties. It’s a sign that you want to spend more time with your little ones. Here’s how you can celebrate Halloween at home with your family:
1. Throw a party
Throwing a party for their friends makes staying home on Halloween a treat instead of a trick for kids. While you can certainly throw a big shindig if you want, letting each child invite one friend over for the evening is sufficient. Provide plenty of food, candy and entertainment and your party is sure to be a hit. If you are short on cash, consider making your own Halloween decorations and homemade treats. You can also host a small potluck party.