Their are things we have to think about for the event.
-We only have 2 hours to set up.
-Clean up needs to be easy.
-We need a scary haunted house, but one where the students really decide how scary it is.
-We need to have a tour guide so kids don't go crazy in the haunted house and brake things.
-We need volunteers.
-We have a limited budget.
It might seem like a challenge, but it really isn't that difficult. A haunted house doesn't need to have traditional Halloween décor to be scary. It just needs to tell a story and create the anticipation that something may jump out at you even if it doesn't happen.
I looked up lots of ideas on Pinterest and I thought I would share them here. I hope you will create a haunted hallway someday at your school. It will be very memorable.
|Lots of good tips on this site. I like the idea of using fun items as body parts for people to touch. Glow Sticks will create points of interest. http://www.babypost.com/kids/activities-games/how-plan-kid-friendly-haunted-house|
|This site contains lots of idea for a scarier haunted hallway. I like the dog crate with a person. Easy to set up and can be made really creepy.|
|This site contains lots of creative ideas for school or home. https://www.homedit.com/haunt-your-house/|