You’ve Been Booed FREE PRINTABLE!

You’ve Been Booed

Growing up in the country you sometimes miss out on experiences that you normally find in neighborhoods, such as getting “Booed” each Halloween; so I was so excited when we moved to Texas 2 years ago and we got booed our first Halloween! A goody bag full of treats greeted us as we opened the door one night after hearing the doorbell. Attached was a “We’ve got Booed note” as well as how to “continue booing others!”

To carry on the tradition that was started a few years back, my kids happily went IMG_0141shopping for our “boo” supplies at Target. We love the $1.00 section! We loaded up on pencils, stickers, tattoos, toys, color books, and more… Pretty much anything that said Halloween! They usually have cheap Halloween pails to put the goodies in so look for those too!

We came home and as we drove in the neighborhood they selected the two houses that we would boo that night! We prepped our “boo” baskets, waited for it to get dark and then we dropped them off with a ding of the doorbell! (I mean really, two tween boys love any reason to IMG_0142doorbell ditch someone).

Now the fun is to watch to see just how far the “boo” goes throughout the neighborhood! The boys are hoping this year it actually makes it to every house, even the empty nesters, we shall see!

 

 

 

Wanna start the You’ve Got Booed Tradition in your Neighborhood?

Print the free printable below by clicking on the link and start the tradition! And see just how far the boo goes this year!

*Are you starting the Boo tradition in your neighborhood? Start with 2-3 houses just in case someone isn’t as excited as you! That way the tradition is carried on!

 

You've Been Booed!

Click here to print the You’ve Been Booed! sign

You’ve Been BOOed! Instructions-2Print the You’ve Been BOOed! Instructions here!

Happy “Booing!”

~Signed Michele @ Confessions of Parenting  Facebook/ Twitter/ Instagram/ Pinterest

 

 

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11 Comments

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  • Rochelle - www.RhubarbandWren.co.uk

    Such a great idea – really nice way of making it a community thing again and about getting the kids to give (nice stuff) not just receive!

    October 12, 2017 at 11:02 am Reply
  • bakingwithkidsandcath

    This sounds amazing! Thinking I need to bring this to the UK 😀🎃

    October 12, 2017 at 9:44 am Reply
  • lazysundays

    Such a fun idea! I grew up 7 miles outside of town so we never had anything like this. Now we live in the city with my 2 kids and I’ve still never seen this but it sounds like a fun tradition to start. 🙂

    October 12, 2017 at 8:47 am Reply
  • Jennifer

    DARLING printable! What a fun tradition. I love your little baskets, too.

    October 12, 2017 at 7:47 am Reply
  • Brandi

    I love these things! Thank you for the fun printables!! I may start these up in my neighborhood now!

    October 5, 2017 at 9:19 pm Reply
    • momsaysthefword.com

      I love this!!!! My kids love to ding dong ditch and I hate it. This is a great way to do it and make someone else happy!! Love it!!

      October 6, 2017 at 9:10 am Reply
  • hdiakandru

    What a fun idea! I’ve seen it before with baked good, but I like this spin!

    October 5, 2017 at 6:49 pm Reply
  • elizabeth959803

    Fun! We are country folk, so I’ve never been “booed”…at least not like this. 😉 What a sweet (no pun intended) tradition! Pinning and tweeting this!

    October 5, 2017 at 5:59 pm Reply
  • lessonswithliggins

    What a cute idea! Especially with all the bad in the world you hear about. This is an awesome way to create some good!

    October 5, 2017 at 5:55 pm Reply
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