Spooky, kooky, creepy, and fun! Halloween is the time of Ghosts, Goblins, Gravestones and Graveyards. Of Spooks and Spirits and silly-fun tricks. Of Witches and Warlocks and Scary Black Cats. And Candy Corn, Jelly Apples, Pumpkins and Bats.
So here for your entertainment are some fun Holiday things for you and your family. We've got Dancing Skeletons Costumes, Halloween Scary masks, hats, wigs, Halloween Props, and so on. We hope you find something you like!
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Most teens have outgrown trick-or-treating, but still love Halloween. It's the time of the year when teenagers can get away walking out of the house wearing almost anything, or nothing, and still get away with it. If you want to keep your teenagers under your supervision for Halloween you better pull out all the stops.
Plan the party and decide on whether you want to have a theme.
Invite all teens to come in costume. Put both a start time and an ending time on invitations.
Decorate with anything from streamers and balloons to a full-scale haunted house.
Start a mixer as soon as teens begin arriving. Pin the name of a famous monster or Halloween character on each person's back and have them ask yes/no questions until they guess their identity.
Play games, especially team games. Try a pumpkin relay with a small pumpkin tucked under each runner's chin or a pumpkin seed necklace relay in which each team member gets a turn with a needle, thread and slippery pumpkin seeds. The team with the most pumpkin seeds on the string at the end wins. Give Halloween novelties or candy as prizes.
Consider games with a spooky Halloween flavor - bring out the Ouija board and the tarot cards.
Serve pizza, mixing 6 tbs. of Parmesan cheese with ten drops each red, green and yellow food coloring and put over pizza for a "moldy" look. Also serve punch in a witch's cauldron with dry ice, and dessert, such as pumpkin pie or pumpkin ice cream with candy corn sprinkled on top.
Turn lights up and let kids know it's time to leave. Send them home with treat bags, Halloween novelties or party favors.
Tips & Warnings
Have each teen bring a 12-oz. can of soda and pour it into a punchbowl for a strange tasting punch.
Other games include a pumpkin-pie-eating contest, bobbing for apples or a scavenger hunt for Halloween items.
Always provide plenty of adult supervision.