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Halloween 2020 Things To Do (Free Halloween Scavenger Hunt Printable) : The Saturday Weekend Review #315

Halloween 2020 For The Family Who Loves To Eat and Play


It’s Halloween Day and we’ve been busy over the past three days getting our home ready for the little goblins. 

Halloween 2020 will be very different than any other Halloween we’ve had in the past due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Our son is a massive fan of Halloween as are we and we both decided that we’d keep the tradition alive.

Creating A Halloween 2020 Agenda 

Halloween movies

Both Mrs. CBB and I got to work coming up with ideas on how to make Halloween 2020 memorable for our son. 

We created a list of Halloween 2020 activities we could do including going out trick or treating.

I want to point out that we respect all our reader’s decisions on how they plan to tackle trick or treating. 

We know that everyone has different thoughts and concerns about what is going on and understand that not everyone will see eye to eye.

The extent of our trick or treat excursion will only be on our street which is a crescent with about 35 homes.

Since we chat with our neighbours it seems most of them will be handing out candy this year but just a bit different. 

As parents, we discussed Covid-19 and felt that our son would be protected as long as he wears his mask, gloves and we bring hand sanitizer.

When we return from our journey around the street we will keep the Halloween treat bag in the garage for 24 hours before bringing it in. 

I’m not sure how that will help but I read something about it somewhere that the cold will kill off any bacteria.

How true that is, ask a doctor. 

Yesterday we spent a couple of hours decorating our property and it was nice to have neighbours walk by and smile.

A few even stopped over to say how spooky our yard looked and asked our son what he wanted for Halloween candy.

Halloween 2020 Activities for kids

Halloween 2020 Agenda For The CBB Family

scavenger hunt halloween

You can find the printable pdf. version on the Free Printables Page under the Kids Education Freebies section near the bottom.

Family Halloween Scavenger Hunt Printable

As mentioned Mrs. CBB and I created a list of Halloween 2020 activities that we could do before and after trick or treating. 

Covid 19 Halloween Candy Bags

  1. Clip the baggies of Halloween Candy to our sanitized clothing rack which we will keep on the porch. 
  2. Turn on all of the outside lights and fire up the pumpkins and other battery-operated spooky Halloween decorations
  3. Put on our Halloween 2020 costumes which will be Spider-Man this year and we are going as an old couple, haha!
  4. Go trick or treating with our masks, gloves, and costumes which we love.
  5. Bring along our filled out Halloween 2020 Scavenger Hunt with a prize if he finds all of the items. (download free on CBB)
  6. Come back and eat some chocolate bars that we bought so our son can enjoy a Halloween chocolate bar. (his favourite is only chocolate since he hates candy)
  7. Roast the pumpkin seeds in the oven along with one baking pumpkin yet to get cooked and then frozen for baked goods. 
  8. Make coffee for Mrs. CBB and I and chocolate macadamia nut milk (buy it at Costco so good) for our son.
  9. Chat about what we liked about Halloween 2020 and if we saw any cool Halloween costumes or Halloween decorations we liked.
  10. Ask Alexa to play us a Halloween song in the background to keep the mood spooky. Probably Michael Jackson’s Thriller song for sure will be a top hit from the ’80s when Halloween music flourished.
  11. Review the Halloween scavenger hunt to see if we found all of the items. (we will, ha)
  12. Get out the Spooky Witches Finger cookies that I made yesterday along with a keto version of witches’ fingers for Mrs. CBB.
  13. Search Halloween Movies on Netflix for kids or IPTV/Popcorn and pop some popcorn with butter. I might make some caramel popcorn for me.
  14. Put our tired little guy to bed then Mrs. CBB and I will watch a Halloween horror movie Hubbie Halloween and then retire to our grave. I mean bed. haha! 
  15. Next-Day: Eat more chocolate and take all of the Halloween decorations down and put them away for another year. 

Pumpkin Seeds Roasted

Discussion: What are your Halloween 2020 plans for yourself, family, and kids? How will you be handing out candy for Halloween 2020? 

I’ve love to read your feedback in the comments especially since this is a year of change for everyone. 


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I’m a sucker for brownies so when I spotted these Halloween Brownies from Persnickety Plates blog on Pinterest I was sold. 

I can’t wait to try them. Look at all that beautiful cream cheese frosting. Licking my lips already.

Halloween Orange Brownies


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Like most homeowners, I’m cleaning up and getting ready for Halloween and then winter.

Home Update:

As you know we’ve been busy decorating for Halloween and roasting pumpkins and pumpkin seeds.

I had the inspector come by to see what I’ve completed in the basement and was truthful that I didn’t get it all done.

He will be back again in a few months to check in to see if it’s up to code since I’m doing the work myself.

I’d love to have a finished basement.

Do you have a finished basement?

Tell me what it looks like if you use it often and any pros and cons.

I’m writing a post on finishing the basement and why basements are important to some and not others.

Growing up I never had a basement so walking into many when we were house hunting was mind-blowing.

I remember one had an open toilet in the laundry room. Honestly, there was just a toilet.

Were they taking a poop and folding laundry at the same time? Haha, who knows.

Anyways send me some feedback or comment below.

Other than that the leaves I left on the ground and will be mulching them up with the mower for all that leafy goodness in the soil.

I have been working from home 3 days a week and in work 2 and I’m still not sure if I like it as much.

The interaction in the morning over coffee I miss the most, but no complaints otherwise.

It has been a learning curve for all of us. Embrace change right? That’s how I keep motivated plus If I had a toilet in the basement I could work and take a poop at the same time. Hahaha!!

What have you been up to?

Blog Update:

My blog mechanic (haha, she gonna kick my butt for that, maybe) has risen and almost caught up with her business.

She’s doing things here and there and is making plans for 2021 to be my blog mechanic as her planning and timing were affected this year.

Thankfully the blog didn’t blow up or I would have cried. NO, seriously if you see how much stuff can go wrong and if you don’t know anything about computers you cry.

So, I’m happy she’s up and running in my background again.

On that note if there are any changes *not advertising as I can’t change that with my publisher or the pop-up subscription) please let me know.

  • Am I missing something I should have on the blog perhaps a blog category?
  • Do I have too many categories?
  • Maybe you think I should change the name of a page and you have ideas.

Let me know as this blog is for you and me and I appreciate your feedback.

That’s all for this week. 

Enjoy your Halloween.

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