Halloween season is upon us, and we’re ready for all the bone-chilling fun this holiday has to offer! From healthy food ideas and cool decorations to educational experiments and games, check out these nine kid-friendly Halloween ideas to test out with the whole family!

Help decorate
Halloween candy jars.

Everyone can lend a hand with the Halloween decorations to help turn your home into a spooky-fun stop for the trick-or-treaters this year! From cobwebs and candy cauldrons to mummy doors and hanging bats, here are plenty of ideas to get you started.

Apple cider

Stay warm and toasty with some dangerously delicious apple cider! Kids can help put together this easy crockpot apple cider for a yummy drink that tastes as great as it will make your home smell.

Halloween apple cider.
Listen to Spooky Music

Get into the Halloween groove with some fun tunes! Dance, sing and be spooky with this kid-friendly Halloween music playlist:

Learn the History of Halloween

Learn everything you’ve ever wanted to know about Halloween with these fun facts about the holiday, where it came from and more!

Silhouette of cat sitting on branch in front of harvest moon.
Online Games They'll Love
Disney Halloween online games for kids.

Oh, my gourd, these games look fun! Kids of all ages will be getting into the holiday spirit with these super fun Halloween-themed games, coloring pages and more from Disney!

Watch Halloween Classics

There is nothing quite like a good Halloween movie to get the whole family in that spooky state of mind! Check out these 2019 Halloween movie schedules from some of your favorite channels, included with your digital TV subscription:

Boy in superman costume watching TV on white couch.
Eat Yummy Snacks
Square collage of healthy Halloween snack foods

With all the Halloween candy available at this time of year, it’s an excellent idea to incorporate some healthy snacks into the mix, too! Get tons of deliciously fun recipe ideas with these 64 non-candy Halloween snack ideas.

Expanding Ghost Experiment
Boy conducting expanding ghost experiment in kitchen.

Dress up as mad scientists and experiment this Halloween season! This awesome expanding ghost science experiment teaches kids about carbon dioxide in a spooky-fun way.

No-Sew Costume Ideas

Looking for a fun, easy way to put together some costumes for the kids? Check out these 11 no-sew costume ideas that make looking fun and festive this Halloween a breeze!

No-sew costume ideas.

We hope you and your family have a wonderful, safe Halloween season! For more fun activities that get your kids engaged, learning and exploring, make sure they’re signed up for our Kids Club! Fun, free and just for kids, this club is available to any children ages 2-12 whose parents or guardians are current United and Turtle Mountain Communications customers. Learn more and get started today!

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