Halloween is almost here, and monsters and ghouls are coming near! Start the spooking with books both sweet and mysterious in your next Caribu Video-Call. Check out all of the twisted tales in the ‘Happy Halloween’ category of the Caribu library. Plus enjoy our ghostly Halloween games and crafty coloring pages! Put on your costumes and plan your playdates for an evening of family fun and surprises. Celebrate from a safe social distance with exciting books and activities for all ages! Here are some of our top reads for a Happy Halloween:
Grab a pumpkin and get your costumes ready! Halloween 2020 is almost here, and there’s nothing like sharing fall’s favorite fright fest with your loved ones. Join Caribu to celebrate with our ‘Happy Halloween’ category, filled with ghostly books and activities for you to enjoy in a virtual playdate! Connect from a safe social distance with a Halloween Caribu Call to read, color, and play together.
Explore The Science Behind Halloween’s Spookiest Creatures With Caribu and Arbordale Kids In Your Next Family Video-Call
To learn the scientific fun facts about your favorite Halloween creatures, Caribu is featuring books from Arbordale Kids that take an in-depth look at the habits of haunted beings! Explore the lives of bats, owls, mummies, and more in your next virtual playdate. The books include fascinating information about nature and history that will grab the attention of kids of all ages. Each page has bright illustrations with wide views and close-ups drawn in beautiful detail. Take a look with your loved ones in a Caribu Call and discuss what you notice!
With coronavirus rates rising in some parts of the country and social distancing measures still in place, many people are thinking about their health and that of others while considering how to celebrate. Here are some Halloween ideas from families across the country to keep the holiday spooky while staying safe, complete with wearing masks, sanitizing often and practicing social distancing.
The truly scary thing about Halloween this year is that it’s occurring during a pandemic, but there are safe ways to celebrate, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) says. This Halloween, experts recommend that children and adults avoid large gatherings, maintain a distance of 6-feet from others, wear cloth face coverings, and wash hands often.