For contactless candy distribution consider hollowing out a pumpkin to fit a plastic bowl then placing the candies inside for kids to take.
If you put out a little sign that says “please take one” or “please take two”, you’d be amazed how honest most kids are.
If you’re looking for something a little more Hands-On and fun, you can throw a string over a tree limb and attach it to a skeleton arm. The end of the arm can have a clothespin or bulldog clip that holds a piece of candy. When the kids come up the walkway you can lower the arm to hand them the candy.
Another fun way is by putting eyelets in the back of a rubber bat and threading it on a wire that runs down the walkway. The bat can fly down to the kids with treats clipped to it.
If all of this seems like too much work then put out a sign that says, “stay back and watch out for flying treats” then just toss the candy. It sounds a little strange but these are strange times we’re living in.
I actually think it can be a lot of fun to try and toss the candy up and have the kids catch them in their bags but then again my father fed me dinner with a slingshot from across the dining room table.
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