Halloween is one of the most anticipated holidays in the United States: tons of candy and dressing up in spooky costumes. Halloween is a great time for Au Pairs to engage with their host families and experience this super cool American tradition.
Halloween is about spending a day, or two, hunting around for that perfect costume, or take a chance at creating a one-of-a-kind costume; Carving pumpkins and making Jack-O-Lanterns are also fun activities that traditional american families often experience.
Candy and Halloween go hand in hand; but don’t limit yourself to just candy. Halloween is a great time to get creative in the kitchen: Whip up a tasty Witches Brew, broil severed fingers, and enjoy spider chip cookies.
Au Pairs should also consider experiencing local Halloween attractions such as: Corn Mazes, Hay Rides, Apple or Pumpkin picking and Haunted Houses.
Here are some pictures of Host families and Au Pairs trick or treating yesterday:
Wednesday, 1 November 2017 6:23 PM