Trick or treat? This may remind us a lot about Halloween day. Treat or treat ritual custom has been known in many countries in the world. Children in costumes travel from house-to-house, asking for treats with that phrase. The treat usually goes for some sweet, snack or a small gift, although in some cultures money is used instead. The trick usually goes for a mischief deed on homeowners or their property if no treat is given.
Adults may celebrate by watching horror films, holding costume parties or creating haunted houses or graveyards tour. Some families carve lanterns with scary faces out of pumpkins or other vegetables or decorate their homes and gardens in Halloween style. These were traditionally intended to ward off evil spirits. But now this Halloween day has become a tradition itself.
On Halloween day people dressed up and prepare lots candies for treats. People can get dressed with funniest or scariest costumes for parties. But wisely enough, if you are parent and try to hold a Halloween party for kids that should be fun instead of scary.
So, how to make a fun and safe Halloween party for kids?
First, make a guest list. Make sure we invited the right kids and person in the room. And try to make it small, no more than 12 people. Next, choose a descent time. Make sure the party won’t bother the kids sleeping time nor their homework. Then, make the invitations. Make it simple. And start decorate your house with crafted pumpkins and cute decoration with various themes, like princesses, witches and cute ghost, etc. Kids will love it. And it’ll be more lovely to decorate your house on your own and give the kids with a small gift but worth instead of lots sweet. We know lots sweet isn’t that healthy. You can grab some small clay Halloween items like cute witches, ghosts and pumpkins for gifts or decoration from craftymood.com.
And don’t forget to tidy up around the house so no one falls or get hurt. Also keep the lights off during the party. Buy some flashlight and place them around the house to be the source of light. Try to wear an appropriate with cute or funny theme costumes. And last but not least, throw some music and dance. Your kids will love it. Good parents.
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