Halloween 101: London for Kidz guide to spooky season 2022
Updated: Sep 3
We're not quite sure yet whether trick-or-treating will be a thing this year or just a case of witchful thinking, but either way there are still plenty of ways our tiny terrors, our mini monsters and our small ghouls can still skele-brate the spooky season. We've been busy whipping up a whole heap of Halloween ideas, so read on for everything you need for a fangtastic fright-fest: yep, we give you the London for Kidz guide to all things Halloween.
Guide to DIY Halloween decor
First up you're going to need to decorate your crypt with a whole heap of DIY Halloween decor. Fear not! We've got craft ideas for the whole famalam to keep you busy with.
Guide to Halloween toilet roll craft
Okay, so the decor is looking good, but it's not really complete unless you turn your loo rolls into spiders, mummies and monsters...
Guide to pumpkin picking near London
Not only is pumpkin picking a great photo opp (is there anything cuter than a toddler looking gourdgeous in a pumpkin patch?), but you'll pick up a pumpkin or two ready for carving those all-essential Jack O'Lanterns. Here's where you can get pickin' at patches near London.
Guide to autumn craft
Okay, this one is not strictly Halloween, but turning your conkers into spiders with this guide to autumn craft is kinda Halloween, and deffo a whole heap of fun.
Guide to Halloween snacks
We're creeping the sweet treats real with our own Halloween goodies this year. Get busy in the kitchen with our Halloween guide to spooky DIY snacks the whole fam will be dying to try.
Halloween guide to DIY costumes
You're all set: now all you need is a spooky outfit, and we've got a whole host of ideas to looking creepy and kooky with our Halloween guide to DIY costumes.
Guide to Halloween movies
The spooky preps are all done: Time to snuggle down with the kiddos whilst all wearing your Halloween finery and feast your eyes on a whole marathon's worth of spooky-but-not-too-spooky movies.
Happy Halloween, everyone!
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