No Contact Halloween Guide
Fun alternatives to celebrating Halloween safely with no contact- full guide from easy last minute costumes, quick and easy desserts and a fun activity for kids to GIVE this Halloween!
Easy last minute ideas to celebrate Halloween
Just because Halloween looks a little different this year with trick-or-treating cancelled for most kids- no reason we shouldn’t celebrate!
Here are a few easy ways to still make Halloween feel special while staying safe with a no contact celebration.
GIFT A BOO BOX TO A FRIEND!
If you have never Booed someone or been booed, you may have no idea what this entails. It is fairly simple- drop off halloween treats to friends and neighbors, ring the doorbell and run!
Accompany the gift box with a cute label that says ‘Hey Boo, these treats are for you!” and instructions on how to pay it forward and spread some joy.
It was the perfect opportunity to teach my toddler how to GIVE this Halloween rather than take like in traditional trick-or-treating. We had so much fun putting together the treat boxes and surprising his friends!
Easy steps for making Boo Bags
- Download Free Printable’s- we found these cute ones on Jenny Cookies.
- Make your favorite halloween treat! Try our super easy Spooky Halloween Bark!
- Package the goodies in a box and deliver to family or friends!
Throw your own trick-or-treating at home!
Run to the Dollar Tree and buy several door decorations and create your own festivities at home!
We are decorating each door a different Halloween theme, putting on kid friendly Halloween movies on in the background, and creating a halloween theme meal to enjoy with our family!
You can even create a Halloween theme scavenger hunt for the kids to search for things around the house in order to earn a piece of candy.
If you are in need of dessert ideas, we’ve got you covered!
Last Minute Halloween Costume Ideas
This halloween may not be the year you want to spend a ton of money on an epic costume. An easy family costume idea is Woodland theme! We used clothes that we already had in our closet, painted out face and just bought the ears.
I hope this guide is helpful for you to have a safe Halloween and encourages you to still celebrate, spread some joy and kindness and make this a memorable holiday for the littles ones!