Don't forget to plan your Halloween games for next month. The games should have a spooky theme that will entertain all your guests. The games you choose will definitely be key to a fun Halloween party. You can choose from printables to spooky story telling. Nothing's too outrageous for Halloween. Party Games

Halloween Ideas

Haunted House Ideas

Creating a haunted house is as adventuresome as scaring the kids once it is finished. The first step is to organize your thoughts by writing ideas down for a story behind the haunted house. View our Halloween ideas for haunted houses:

Halloween Tombstones

Adding spooky Halloween tombstones as a part of your Halloween décor does not need to be expensive or difficult. All you need is some sheets of Styrofoam, a few tools and a little creativity. These tombstones make for a fun Halloween craft project:

Real Scary Halloween Theme

Halloween is not much fun without a theme driven party. While traditional Halloween themes such as Jack-o-Lanterns, paper skeletons, carved pumpkins etc. can be good fun, remember that your guests are expecting more than that. Try these ideas for spooky Halloween themes:

Halloween Safety

The #1 priority for parents is to make their kids Halloween a safe holiday. Follow these quick easy thoughts for some Halloween safety tips:

Halloween Props

You can get a number of Halloween props from your local stores but most of them will be expensive, especially those made with high quality materials. If you want a Halloween decoration without spending too much on props, here are some simple but great ideas for creating your own spook-up Halloween decor:

Halloween Lighting Tips

There is a great deal of things to do with lighting but the best way to figure it out is to play, play, play. Keep trying different fixtures, colors, positions, etc. You may be surprised at the things you can do if you give it a try. To help you along, we have compiled a bunch of easy inexpensive ideas:

Free Halloween Party Games

Halloween games need to be short little fillers since your guests will be busy going trick or treating, eating and drinking. Most of our games are free. We also have some printables. For the kids (and adults) we have free printable word find and printable word scramble. Here are some fun free Halloween game ideas:

Halloween Party Decorating Ideas

A Halloween Party is always more fun with scary haunted house decorations. A couple of really great haunted house props can give you a very impressive look. Here are some excellent ideas for making your Halloween Party Spooktacular:

Halloween Decorations

A good Halloween decoration can add some real fun to the occasion. Here are some great but simple and easy ideas for creating your own Halloween decoration and props to spook-up your Halloween decor:

Homemade Halloween Costumes

Renting commercial costumes for Halloween can be expensive. However, with a little imagination, one can come up with some cool Halloween costumes using everyday items. Here are some suggestions for creating cheap and easy Halloween costumes.

Making Halloween Masks

Instead of buying expensive masks for Halloween from your local stores, you and your family can have an enjoyable day creating and designing your own. Here’s a simple but very useful guide on how to create your own papier-mâché Halloween mask:

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Halloween History

To understand the history of Halloween we must look at Halloween's origins which date back to the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain (pronounced sow-in). The Celts, who lived 2,000 years ago in the area that is now Ireland, the United Kingdom, and northern France, celebrated their new year on November 1st. This day marked the end of summer and the harvest and the beginning of the dark, cold winter.
Celts believed that on the night before the new year, the boundary between the worlds of the living and the dead became blurred. On the night of October 31, they celebrated Samhain, when it was believed that the ghosts of the dead returned to earth. More about the

Halloween Myths

All-hallow Eve is now, in our country towns, a time of careless frolic, and of great bonfires, which, I hear, are still kindled on the hill-tops in some places. We also find these fires in England, Scotland, and Ireland, and from their history we learn the meaning of our celebration. Some of you may know that the early inhabitants of Great Britain, Ireland, and parts of France were known as Celts, and that their religion was directed by strange priests called Druids. Three times in the year, on the first of May, for the sowing; at the solstice, June 21st, for the ripening and turn of the year; and on the eve of November 1st, for the harvesting, those mysterious priests of the Celts, the Druids, built fires on the hill-tops in France, Britain, and Ireland, in honor of the sun. At this last festival the Druids... More on

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