This year my plan for the Teen Halloween was to keep everyone super busy. Last year I ran out of activities after an hour (the program is 90 minutes) which felt awkward. First we started with the snacks. Everyone got to make root beer floats. That was popular and much needed since it seemed to be unusually warm in the room. I also had some donated Little Debbie cakes shaped like pumpkins and bats. As an edible craft we made DIY Pocky with giant pretzel rods, three flavors of frosting a variety of sprinkles. Be prepared that just like offering a variety of soda that your teens will inevitably mix, we had ice cream sodas with frosting and sprinkles in them...as you do.
I didn't think to take pictures of the decorations. I did really enjoy making dangling eyeballs from styrofoam balls and red ribbon. I hung these right in the doorway to freak out the extra squeamish.
Once I thought the group was assembled we started with video scary movie quiz called Halloween Movies and TV Show Trivia. Mostly they yelled a lot and got really excited. (Some of that could have been all the sugar)