Here are some amazing Social Distancing Halloween Ideas for this Halloween Season. Or you could say a low contact trick or treat option for areas that can’t have a classic Halloween night. Let your family still enjoy their Halloween with one or more of these awesome no contact Halloween ideas.
Social Distancing Halloween Ideas
This is so easy to make, and then put small trinkets, treats, etc inside each cup. Sit on your lawn and from a distance watch, kids come up, pick a cup and punch it out to see what is inside.
When you use up some, replace with more tissue paper, and a new treat inside and keep going.
Create individually wrapped snacks so that each kid can have a treat that they can open themselves to eat later. It gives a fun Halloween theme to even a simple string cheese or cup of fruit.
Let kids come in and grab a balloon with a sweet treat attached to the bottom. The perfect contactless Halloween trick or treating idea. Get creative and draw faces on the balloons as we did here.
Grab some colored face masks, paint, and other supplies and paint on easy designs that fit the Holiday season. Then when you head off to work, kids to school, and so much more. These mask can be used for everyday use.
5.) Boo Basket – How to BOO Your Neighbors on a Budget
Create a fun basket that you secretly hide on a friend or neighbors doorstep. This has been around for years, and now the perfect time to surprise people as they open the door to see a basket on their doorstep.
6.) Driveway Trunk or Treat
Instead of a parking lot trunk or treat, you could park your car at the end of your driveway and let kids grab candy as they pass by. That way, you won’t have a lot of people congregating at your door at one time. Check out these Trunk or Treat Kits you can buy!
7.) Neighborhood Halloween Parade
This fun tradition would still let children don their Halloween costumes as well as see everyone else’s. Wouldn’t it be fun to parade through the neighborhood all dressed up?
8.) Neighborhood Group Online Costume Contest
Use your neighborhood Facebook group to host a costume contest! You could have a family theme or submit photos of your children all dressed up, too! Votes could be ‘likes’ on photos and the winners could have their prizes delivered to them!
9.) Neighborhood Photobooth Drive By
This is SUCH a unique idea!! To participate, neighbors can set up a photobooth in their front yard during a predetermined time. Then, everyone can walk around the neighborhood in costume and take fun photos on front all the different photobooths! Just don’t include props this year, please!!
10.) Halloween Pinata at Home
To have a family Halloween party at home, everyone could dress up and your children could get their candy from a Halloween pinata, instead! That way, it’s still a fun activity which can be done together as a family, but your children still get to enjoy the tradition of dressing up and getting candy.