Free Printable Halloween Bucket List

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This free printable halloween bucket list provides 31 days of fun ideas for Halloween. Create some amazing family memories by checking off as many of these fun Halloween themed activities as you can.

You can use this printable Halloween bucket list in several ways. You can try to make off each day in order from 1 to 31 during the month of Halloween. Or pick any one activity each day of October that best suits your day and calendar from the list. Or simply just print this bucket list and see how many your family can get checked off during the month of October.

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31 days of Halloween Fun

Make candy apples

Making candy apples with kids is easy when you buy a candy apple making kit from the grocery store.

Decorate for Halloween

Gather all your Halloween decor and have your kids help decorate the house for the Halloween season. Be sure to play some fun halloween music while you decorate!

Make pumpkin pancakes

Gather your family for a delicious breakfast of pumpkin pancakes to start off a day on the Halloween theme.

Visit a pumpkin patch

Choose a local pumpkin patch to visit with your family. Picking pumpkins together is a great way to get in the Halloween spirit!

Make Halloween cookies

Gather a few halloween themed cookie cutters to create halloween cookies together. You can use your favorite sugar cookie recipe, or even buy the roll of ready made sugar cookie dough from the grocery store.

Carve pumpkins

Carve pumpkins with your family. You can carve one or two pumpkins together, or make teams and have a pumpkin carving contest.

Make a Halloween playlist

Listen to Halloween music together and get a playlist ready for your Halloween activities.

Have a Halloween movie night

Pop a bowl of popcorn and watch a Halloween movie with your family.

Read Halloween books

Halloween is a great time to read fun stories with your kids.

Make a DIY Halloween wreath

Gather some supplies and make a Halloween wreath for your front door.

Cut a circle from a paper plate, and give your kids Halloween themed foam stickers to create wreaths for their bedroom doors.

Tell ghost stories

Ghost stories don’t have to be scary. This book has some scary and some funny ghost stories that kids love to hear.

Eat candy corn

It just wouldn’t be Halloween without candy corn! Get a bag and enjoy it with your kids.

Color a halloween picture

Print off a halloween coloring sheet and color Halloween pictures to decorate your refrigerator.

Make halloween crafts

Kids love to make Halloween crafts. Try these adorable Frankenstein boxes, perfect for storing Halloween treasures. Or make these cute Halloween bat corner bookmarks to use while reading Halloween stories.

Drink a pumpkin spice latte

It wouldn’t be October without a pumpkin spice latte, right!? Make a kid friendly version by flavoring their hot chocolate with pumpkin spice seasoning while mom enjoys a real pumpkin spice latte.

Wear Halloween socks

Match the family with pairs of Halloween socks!

Do a Halloween science experiment

Halloween is a fun time to do a science experiment. Make a witches cauldron with dry ice.

Visit a haunted house

Find a local, kid-friendly haunted house to visit with your family. Or try making your own haunted house!

Bake Halloween cupcakes

Bake a batch of cupcakes and ice them with orange tinted icing. Give kids black cake gel to create their own pumpkin faces on top of the cupcakes.

Make DIY Halloween slime

Halloween is the perfect time for slime. Tint your favorite slime green and add some plastic spiders or eyeballs for extra spooky Halloween fun.

Play flashlight tag

On a pretty October evening, play flashlight tag in the backyard with your kids.

Take Halloween family photos

Put on Halloween costumes and take family photos to document your Halloween fun.

Make a mummy pizza

Make personal pizzas and use thin strips of string cheese to make a mummy.

Go to a corn maze

Plan a family visit to a local corn maze for a day of Halloween family fun.

Wear Halloween pajamas

Get matching Halloween pajamas for the family. Don’t forget to take a photo of your pajama fun!

Go on a hayride

Take a Halloween hayride. If you can’t find a local hayride, use a wagon and take your own hayride around the neighborhood to look for Halloween decorations.

Boo! your neighbors.

Gather some Halloween treats for a neighbor, package them up, and leave them on the porch for a fun Halloween Boo! Grab a plastic pumpkin bucket and spray paint it gold for a glam Boo! basket for your neighbors.

Have a Halloween party

Throw a Halloween party for a full day of family Halloween fun! Play the Halloween playlist you already created together for background music. Make these fun mummy rice krispie treats and these monster pretzels to serve at the party.

Play toliet paper mummy.

Divid your family into teams and see who can use a roll of toilet paper to turn one person into a mummy the fastest.

Do a Halloween scavenger hunt.

Make a list of Halloween objects to find in a fun family scavenger hunt.

Go Trick or Treating!

Of course, it wouldn’t be Halloween without trick or treating!

Free Printable Halloween Bucket List

Download your free printable halloween bucket list and get ready for some awesome Halloween themed family fun.

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