Halloween Bucket List Ideas + A Fun Printable
It’s the best time of the year. Fall starts the holiday season. We just love it so much. Now that I have two boys it makes the holidays even more fun. So excited is clearly an understatement. A few years ago I shared our Fall bucket list. I thought it would be fun and be creative and create this fun and cute Halloween bucket list. Full of ideas.
With these Halloween bucket list ideas, I decided to be creative and offer something for you all to keep yourself in check. You can now signup and print out this cool bucket list. All you need is cardstock or you can print on regular printer paper to keep on your fridge.
My oldest is always asking to do something during the week and on the weekends so this bucket list ends up working out great.
Carve Jack O Lanterns: We just bought a whole bunch of pumpkins for Micah’s one-year DIY photoshoot. It ended up working out. A couple of weeks later we can carve them out into Jack O Lanterns.
Bobbing for apples: This was always fun growing up. This would make a great tradition going forward.
Tell Spooky Stories: We did this last year with Avery and his cousin and it was so fun. Especially, since we couldn’t go out trick or treating.
Leaf Jumping: This was always a tradition as a kid.
Decorate: I’m all for decorating around Halloween. Last year I wasn’t up with it since I was suffering from Postpartum Depression. This year I’m in a different mind frame so I’ll be doing this. I did share my favorite Halloween Amazon Finds before that has been updated.
Watch Spooky Movies: This is my #1 fave thing to do. When my kids are asleep I love binging horror movies. I also love watching Halloween movies with my kids. They have the cutest movies out on Freeform, Disney +, and even Netflix. You can even grab our faves on a recent blog post on Halloween Movies For Kids + Adults.
Spooky Crafts: This year we’ll be sharing a bunch of crafts for babies and kids which will be so much fun.
Visit a haunted house: This is my ultimate favorite. My husband and I would always make it a tradition since we were dating to do this. It’s a little harder to do it every year now that we kids but it’s still a fun idea. You can always make your own haunted house.
Potion Punch: I am obsessed with making cocktails and mocktails. This is such a fun one. You can find this fun ice cream Halloween float.
Eat Candy: This is a no-brainer. Trick or treating or not this is a must in our house.
Dress Up In Costumes: This is such a fun one when you have kids. This year we’re planning on Avengers costumes.