Approaches Halloween and it is clear that the smallest of the house, influenced by movie films and TV series, want to celebrate it. You can resist or end up claudicating and allow them to dress up and have a party with their friends.
But what they will like most is to do DIY to fill the house with scary decorations and organize terrifying games ... or not so much.
A door ... scary
Bats, spiders and pumpkins are the undisputed protegonists of this Anglo-Saxon celebration, and those who come to your party should intuit it from the beginning, who will be the brave one who dodges giant spiders and manages to cross the threshold of bats?
Get some helium balloons and spiders that do not weigh too much and it will be frighteningly fun to dodge them flying around the house. This idea can also be done with ghosts, bats, cardboard skeletons, or whatever you can think of.
A candy bar that they will not dare to touch
There is no Halloween without sweets, that is clear, but to see who is the handsome man who faces these snake eyes to receive his reward.
As simple as print some terrifying eyes They see everything and put them on a cardboard tube full of sweets.
A skeleton who likes to dance
Magnetic slate paint and a dancing skeleton, which can be moved or be one of the main games of the party.
Will they be able to put each bone in place?
For miniature golf lovers, a good and very decorative idea is to use a pumpkin with a long tongue, like a Halloween without goodies, acting as the entrance to a mini-golf. One more activity for little guests. How about golf clubs?
If you go to celebrate a halloween party For the little ones, the fun thing is to decorate it as it deserves and to have fun games prepared so that they don't stop still all afternoon.