By Kirsten Huebner
I love our neighbors and I love our neighborhood. On our little street there are 7 kindergarteners! We have all grown extremely close during quarantine and our kids have had so much fun together. I have been looking forward to giving ‘Boo Baskets’ to these special families and kids that have made such a hard and confusing time much more enjoyable and fun.
This year, I snagged some fun Halloween activities that are all set with everything you need from Target, pumpkins to color, cat headbands, spider rings, slime, a ghost garland I made (tutorial for something similar here), and these cinnamon cookies. I also printed these notes, but you can find tons of free printables for your baskets online.
I will also be “Boozing” my adult neighbors and giving a bottle of wine! So stinking cute!
I know Halloween is looking a little different this year, but ‘Boo Baskets’ are a pretty safe tradition we can keep doing!
What's a 'Boo Basket'?
Just in case you don't know what the heck I am talking about above (although I think most people do!).
'Booing' your neighbors is a fun tradition every October. You put together a basket full of Halloween treats and fun with a note that says: "You've been booed!" (and do NOT sign it!). The fun is leaving it on their doorstep, ringing the doorbell and running. It is then their responsibility to pass it along to another neighbor.
What fun and safe Halloween activities do you have planned this year?