My guide for a happy Halloween at home

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Over the years I’ve created a number of guides for Halloween and today I wanted to put them in one place so you have an easy place to go to when planning Halloween at home for your family. Read on for my guide for a happy Halloween at home with your kids:

The best Halloween shows for kids – movies and TV episodes rated PG and U

Looking for spooky shows and movies that you can watch with your young kids on the run-up to Halloween? This blog post has tonnes of good PG or under Halloween shows and films you can watch during the spooky season. Check out my ultimate guide to the best Halloween TV shows and films for families with young kids below.

20 ways to make Halloween at home fun for kids

Trying to figure out how to put the fun into Halloween at home? Don’t worry, I’ve got you with these 20 ways to make Halloween at home fun for kids.

AD: 4 easy ideas for Halloween fun at home

This blog post was a collaboration I did that contains two easy pranks and two easy crafts you can do to celebrate Halloween at home. It includes a sweet drop prank, a spider scare trick, a toilet roll craft and a scavenger hunt complete with 6 riddles you can use.

Best Halloween Pyjamas UK – for a cosy Halloween at Home

If you are planning Halloween at home then why not buy Halloween PJs/onesies instead of a costume. You can also wear them on the run up to Halloween too!

One pot pumpkin soup with apple, lentils and chickpeas

Never know what to do with your leftover carving pumpkin guts? This soup is the best. I usually make it with butternut squash but last year I tried it with the leftover guts when we had carved our Halloween pumpkins and it was still great. Here’s the recipe for my one pot pumpkin soup with apple, lentils and chickpeas. Best part is, it gets some solid nutrition into your kids before all those sweets!

Guide to autumn

If you want to see more general posts about autumn then check out my guide to autumn blog post that contains a round up of all of my autumnal content.

I hope you’ve enjoyed these posts. I’m sure that within them there is everything you could need for a happy Halloween at home with your kids this year. After all, staying in is the new going out!

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