We have a lot of great resources for your kid-friendly Halloween, but thought it would be helpful if you could find it all in one place! You’ll love these ideas for activities and events for Halloween, books to read with your kids, crafts to do together, ideas for creative costumes you can make at home, how to make Halloween fun for everyone, including those with allergies, where kids can eat free on Halloween and so much more. Scroll through this amazing resource page for everything Halloween!
This helpful resource lists all of the Halloween events by day, with times and descriptions.
It’s looking like this year will once again be a chilly one, so if you want to stay warm, check out these indoor trick or treating alternatives.
Easily find the recommended trick-or-treat hours for your town and surrounding areas.
There’s a chill in the air and frights to be found all over the Southwest Suburbs! Round up your little monsters and head to a haunted house. Or, get into the Halloween spirit by taking a spooky stroll through a haunted forest trail.
Trick-or-treat trunk to trunk! Many of these events offer activities as well as an opportunity for kids to wear their costumes while gathering candy.
Take a drive to check out these spooky houses, all decked out for Halloween! Photos are included to give you a sneak peak and of course addresses.
Halloween should be fun for everyone! Learn about the Teal Pumpkin Project and get ideas for what you can hand out for those with allergies and sensitivities.
You’re in for a special treat. Halloween is an incredible day for Kids Eat Free! All of the details for the deals are included in this one.
We love Halloween and all the fun this time of year has to offer, but sometimes we are left with lots of extra candy. So what to do with leftover Halloween candy after everyone’s picked their favorites out of the bowl? Read on for a couple opportunities to pay it forward with that candy.
This great guide includes farms in our area that either have pick-your-own pumpkins or pumpkins in bins with all sorts of great attractions, rides, and food. Key features of each location are highlighted, along with hours and prices.
The season of fall is a favorite to many. Not only does it bring about cooler temperatures, changing leaves, and the beloved pumpkin spice, but it gives families the opportunity to spend more time together. We’ve gathered a list of some of the fall fests and Oktoberfests in your area that are sure to keep your family’s calendar chock full of fun activities all season long!
A fun project that you can do with your kids at home, complete with templates to print out.
Make ghosts out of what looks like puffy paint, but is made from stuff you probably have around the house!
Looking for some fun and doable Halloween crafts to do with your kids? It’s easy to get sucked into Halloween crafts that look beautiful… but then you quickly find out that a professional crafter and photographer roped you into thinking it’s easier than it is. Good news! The following 12 ideas can all be realistically done with young children. Also, you mostly likely already have most of the supplies needed!
A local mom put together a great list of Halloween books she enjoys reading with her kids and they are wonderful suggestions!
Tons of ideas for costumes for kids you can make, buy, or a combination of both.