Celebrate Halloween 2020 Part 2

9. Decorate the house.

Nothing will get you more in the Halloween spirit than decking out your house in all things black, orange, and yellow. Throw in a couple of decorative pumpkins and you’re all set.

SHOP HALLOWEEN DECORATIONS

10. Go apple picking.

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Apple picking is a staple fall activity, and there are so many places offering safe, socially distant visits to the orchard. Check out our running list of best orchards to visit across the nation, and get ready to bake some apple pie.

FIND AN ORCHARD NEAR YOU

11. Play Halloween games.

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No party, no problem. All of the classic Halloween party games can be just as fun with only your family, like bobbing for apples—using all the ones you picked up from the orchard!

SHOP HALLOWEEN GAMES

12. Go Hocus Pocus crazy!

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Celebrate the holiday movie in the biggest way ever: Whip up these Hocus Pocus S’mores along with these Jell-O shots that’d surely please the Sanderson sisters. Then, find a movie-themed “ugly” Halloween sweater to wear while watching the movie. We’ll save you the legwork of searching for it, btw. It’s on Disney+.

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13. Hand out candy from afar.

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You can still hand out candy to your neighbors and maintain social distancing with genius tactics like a candy chute or slider.

LEARN HOW TO MAKE A CANDY CHUTE

14. Make fall crafts.

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To keep kids entertained, pick up some supplies to make themed crafts. You can make Halloween specific ones, or get prepared for Thanksgiving with some DIY activities, too.

GET FALL CRAFT IDEAS

15. Go “ghosting.”

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Ghosting has become a popular tradition over the years, and it’s a great way to show people you’re thinking of them even if you can’t hang out in person. Here’s how it works: You make a bag of Halloween-themed goodies and leave it on a friend’s or neighbor’s doorstep with a note that encourages them to “ghost” someone else.

SHOP GHOSTING SUPPLIES

16. Paint your faces.

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Face painting is always the most fun part of a Halloween fair, but you can easily do it at home with some safe to use paint and creativity.

SHOP FACE PAINTING KITS

17. Order takeout from your favorite restaurant.

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Ordering takeout from your favorite restaurant can make any day an extra special occasion, and some of your favorite places are probably offering killer Halloween food deals.

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