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Of course your kids love dressing up and stockpiling colossal amounts of candy (OK, we love it too) but what are you supposed to do to keep them entertained for the rest of the month? Here, nine Halloween activities and games that ghouls and goblins of all ages will love.

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Get Crafty

Keep little fingers occupied with some Halloween-themed arts and crafts like these adorable pumpkin stamps made with apples and orange paint.

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Host a Scary Movie Night

Grab the popcorn, dim the lights and settle in for an evening of horror. (On second thought, maybe don’t dim the lights.) Need a flick that’s appropriate for younger kids? Casper, Hocus Pocus and Monsters, Inc. are more funny than freaky.

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Go Mummy Bowling

Make sure to stock up on toilet paper so you can make these Halloween-themed bowling pins.

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Host a Pumpkin Party

Hit up your local pumpkin patch, bring home the biggest gourd you can find and throw the best pumpkin carving party on the block.

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Make a Halloween Meal

Fire up your cauldrons and whip up a delicious fall feast with pumpkin recipes, Halloween cupcakes and homemade candy. Too impatient to wait for your treats to cook in the oven (hey, we get it)? Try these no-bake Halloween recipes

Pin the Spider On the Web

Later, donkey.

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Play Pumpkin Ring Toss

An easy DIY for kids of all ages.

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Go Bobbing for Donuts

You had us at donuts.

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Touch and Feel Halloween Game

Kids will love feeling around for brains (wet sponge), giant toes (carrots), bat teeth (corn kernels) and more in this gruesome game.

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