There’s a big difference between planning a halloween party for kids, and for teens/adults.
When I started this site, we had just come back from living overseas, where Halloween was a big deal. My kids were young, we all dressed up, and we went around the suburb in a large group. When we lived in Tokyo, it was even bigger than the US – fantastic costumes and decorations everywhere. Now my youngest is finishing high school, and the parties are kind of different.
Kids Halloween Parties
When planning a halloween party, the first thing to do is decide your theme.
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Your Halloween parties can start a few days before Halloween, when friends get together to carve Jack O’Lanterns out of pumpkins. And baking the pumpkin seeds afterwards.
Then decorate the house, so that everyone knows that you’ll be taking part in trick or treating.
On Halloween, in the early evening, go trick or treating around the local streets. Make sure you leave someone at home to hand out the treats.