Happy Halloween! I know it's not the best time to be going door-to-door, but however you choose to celebrate Halloween this year, I have something for you. I created a simple roll & write game that I call: Halloween Roll & Fright . It is family friendly, and can by played solo or with a (social distancing) group. Download and print it out here: Halloween Roll and Fright - Print and Play . Enjoy!
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