Halloween is coming up faster than ever. Back at the beginning of the year, nobody thought it’d be a question as to whether or not kids got to celebrate it. In fact, there were memes going around saying that this was the perfect year for the holiday. For one, it falls on a Saturday. Secondly, there’s daylight savings that’ll add some time to the festivities. And finally? A full moon. What more could you ask for?
That said, one of the biggest traditions for Halloween is going trick-or-treating door to door. Usually, it’s a wonderful time to meet your neighbors. But since March, interactions like this have been somewhat frowned upon. And since the virus is still a big threat, you and your kids may be wondering how this will all work. For one, it seems like neighborhoods may make their own call. You can predict a smaller amount of kids this year, for sure. And, there’s a good chance that masks will be involved with a child’s costume choice.
No matter what, there are plenty of great ways to celebrate the holiday in a safe way. But if you’re anticipating some questions from your kids the second October hits, here are some good answers to have on hand.
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