What is the Autumn season without Halloween?
I asked this question back in 2016. This year, I wondered how children would celebrate the festivities with all the COVID-19 restrictions. I decided to look back in time at my former autumn galleries to enjoy some fun just in case Halloween would not be a wonder-filled one for all.
Back in 2016, my neighborhood was alive with laughter and costumed characters.
You can see more here.
In 2017, I invited all to join me in creating a spooktacular
Halloween section of Autumn Ablaze Gallery.
In 2018, I enjoyed creating a Happy Halloween ditty story for a read aloud during storytime.
You can access my Halloween Buncee here.The following year, I created more Buncee posters for Halloween.
This animated Halloween Fright Night digital can be found on my Buncee dashboard here.
This year, COVID-19 changed the way Halloween festivities would run. Despite the safety precautions and the restrictions on large gatherings, the day was a joyous one. Sunshine added happiness after days of rain. Children dressed in inventive costumes. Families paraded around the neighborhood with smiles and Happy Halloween greetings flooded the streets. I created a few virtual haunted Halloween gallery walks for those who remained inside. You can see those mini-galleries here, here, and here.
"It's Halloween, everyone's entitled to one good scare."
-Bracket, Halloween (1978)
How did you celebrate Halloween? Did you have one good scare? The night after Halloween, my family drove past the house with a yard full of macabre seasonal decorations and that gave me a scare. Take a quick look.
Join me now as I take a pleasant walk over to Two Writing Teachers
for the Tuesday Slice of Life.