How to Safely Celebrate Halloween 2020 at Home?

October 31 is coming, have you prepared Halloween decorations with family? Maybe you had learned news from the Official: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have announced safety guidelines for Halloween this year, which include avoiding trick-or-treating and large gatherings.

But that doesn't mean Halloween is cancelled! There are still a bunch of ways to make Halloween feel special and as festive as years before. So don't be upset: Get costume ready and make it the happiest Halloween!

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1. Decorate Your House to the Max
Nothing will get you more in the Halloween feeling than decking out your house in all things orange, yellow and black. Throw in a couple of decorative pumpkins and you're all set. You could also haunt the neighborhood with store-bought or DIY (or we could say boo-it-yourself) Halloween decorations to transform the inside of your home, porch and more, just make it Halloween. Your house will be more perfect if you get Alxum multi ports charging station, a black charger is a enhance Halloween. How amazing if organizes and charges all your family's phone pad and small usb gadget.
Decorate Your House to the Max
2. Taste all the best Halloween Candy
How could you miss Candy on Halloween? Start your holiday on an extra-sweet note and put all of this season's candies to the test—taste test. There are tons of new treats this year, like glow-in-the-dark chocolates and green KitKats. Stay a home with different color and taste candy, real sweet.
Taste all the best Halloween Candy
3. Carve pumpkins
I'm not sure whether you could buy pumpkins online, maybe the fresh pumpkins were sold out as Carve Pumpkins is a classic Halloween activity. Grab pumpkins for the whole family (groceries stores tend to sell them if you don't feel like venturing out to a patch). Then you can either free-hand a design or print out one of the many templates floating around the interwebs. You could also DIY-Carve them in the stange-cute as Internet popular. The children would be happier if they have their special halloween pumkin. 
Carve pumpkins
4. Wear your costume and Paint your face
Just because you're at home doesn't mean you shouldn't step out in your funniest, spookiest, or cutest costume. Cat ears are highly encouraged. You also paint your faces. Face painting is always the most fun part of a Halloween fair, but you can easily do it at home with some safe to use paint and creativity. You could search on google what kind of face and costume people would feel scare just make you look like that, make it more Halloween.
Carve pumpkins
5. Decorate Face Masks
If you don't like paint your face, then DIY a Halloween Face Mask. This is the quintessential "2020" Halloween idea: decorating a face mask. Whether it's a DIY project for yourself or a family activity, decorate a cloth or surgical mask to match your costume or have it be the costume itself. It's 2020's style that remind you don't forget this special epidemic and keep safe as always. 
Decorate Face Masks
6. Host a virtual party.
Zoom and Google Hangouts have become the norm for holidays this year, so send out that invite link and tell people to mark their calendars. Bonus points if everyone wears a costume for a virtual costume party—or makes a Halloween-appropriate treat to enjoy on the call! I believe there are many virtual party this year, or you could play oculus rift or quest, there must have some Halloween theme make you happy. If you play game in big room, you may need our usb 3.0 extension cable, just have fun with WEme new extension cable in finger! 
Host a virtual party
7. Celebrate a Virtual Halloween With an Online Photo Booth
Halloween is prime time for photos, right? This year, have fun with the virtual photo booth platform They’ve created an online way to take booth-style pictures with Halloween-themed stickers, backgrounds and filters—no app required—that you can share across your social channels and with friends and family. If you had taken much more photos you may need a usb 3.0 card reader to transfer your photos and videos on another phone or computer, a usb a and c card reader is a help, this multi-function 3 slots USB 3.0 Card Reader sync at speeds up to 5Gbps for your CF/SD/TF card,see, another black! 
Celebrate a Virtual Halloween With an Online Photo Booth
8. Test Your Luck With Virtual Escape Rooms
Escape rooms have been a popular activity for years now, especially during Halloween because they can be as spooky or family friendly as you want. Due to the pandemic, escape rooms have pivoted by going virtual! Check out this list of the best virtual Halloween escape rooms, or contact your local escape room to see if they’ve got virtual options.
Test Your Luck With Virtual Escape Rooms
9. Play Halloween music nonstop.
There's never a bad time for a dance party, and streaming services like Spotify always curate Halloween playlists that feature throwbacks like "Thriller" and newer jams like "Midnight City."
Play Halloween music nonstop
10. Have a scary movie marathon.
Hocus Pocus and Halloweentown are great to get you in the Halloween mood, but you should spice it up with some seriously scary movies if you're into that kinda thing. These classics are a good place to start...but don't say we didn't warn you! If you need to copy movie share with your neighbor, you may need a clone hard drive docking station, support 2X 16TB & UASP faster data transfer. 
Have a scary movie marathon
11. Hand out candy 
Maybe you are required to be isolated at home this year, you could still hand out candy to your neighbors and maintain social distancing with genius tactics like a candy chute or slider. You make a bag of Halloween-themed goodies and leave it on a friend's or neighbor's doorstep with a note that encourages them to "ghost" someone else. Just knock your neighbors' house and then run away, they'll feel surprise when they see the scary gift at door. You could also share candy, just don't forget to keep safe distance with neighbors in your face mask. 
Hand out candy
12. Play Halloween Bingo
Halloween bingo cards are a fun way to get children of all ages playing virtually with classmates or at home with family and friends. Bonus: Halloween bingo is also awesome for teaching kids listening skills. Check out free printable Bingo cards of spooky illustrations, cute icons and Disney villains (pictured above in that order).
Play Halloween Bingo
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