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What's a Halloween Party without Games?
|Halloween Ice Toes Party Game.....Use two aluminum cake or pie pans. Place 5 or more marbles in each pan. Cover with equal amounts of ice cubes in each pan. Two players then remove their shoes and socks and race to try and get the marbles out of each pan using only their toes! No spilling ice or knocking over pan. The first to get all the marbles out of the pan wins. You can also make this a relay by having an adult put the marbles back each time.||The Witch's Cauldron ....Sit
in a circle. One person begins by saying, "I am the witch, and in my
cauldron I put..." and names something ghoulish. The person to the left
then repeats what the first person says and adds another item. Continue
around the circle adding spooky ingredients as you go. If you forget an
item or name it in the wrong order, you're out. The last player in the
|Mummy Wrap... Divide into groups of 3 or 4. Let each group pick a "victim". Give a roll of toilet paper to each person in the group. Transform the "victim" into a mummy. Set a time limit of 3 - 5 minutes. Vote for the most ghastly mummy.||Spooky Art...Cover a wall or floor in the basement with old newspaper. Give the children fluorescent paint and let them draw Halloween figures on the paper. Then turn off the lights so they can enjoy the eerie effects.|
|Spider Web Halloween Party Game...
In an enclosed area, take numerous, separate and very long pieces of yarn
to create a giant spider web. Put a piece of tape on the beginning of each
piece and tie a number to the end. Crisscross the pieces of yarn
throughout the room to create a "web." Each child grabs a taped end of
yarn and rolls it up until the end is found.
Each number corresponds to a special prize or treat.
2-liter bottles with large white handkerchiefs and decorate them to look
like spooky ghosts. Fill the bottles with enough water to weigh them down
and stand them like skittles in the backyard. Let the kids use small
pumpkins to bowl at the "ghosts" and see who knocks over the
|Mad Scientist Laboratory......Dim
the room. Have filled jars of various items and guests guess at what it is
Peeled Grapes = Eyeballs
|Peanut Game......Give each
player a drinking straw and a paper cup. Everyone gathers around a pile of
peanuts. Each then sucks through her straw to move peanuts from the pile
into her cup. Set a timer for one minute -- the winner is the one with the
most peanuts in her cup when the timer rings.
|Musical Tombstones....Place fake tombstones on the floor, one for each child minus one. Play some weird Halloween music and get the children to creep around the tombstones acting like zombies. When the music stops playing the children must lay down with his or her head at the top of the tombstone. One will be left out each time, remove a headstone and resume the music and keep playing until only one child is remaining.||Witchy Wart.....Find a huge, ugly picture of an old
Halloween witch. Hang it on a door or wall. Give each child a stick of
gum to chew. Blindfold them and spin them around and have them stick the
wad of gum on the witch. The winner is the one who gets the gum
"wart" on her nose.
What you'll need:
* plain paper
*pencil or pen
How to Play
Prepare Bingo cards ahead of time. Draw a large grid with nine squares. In each square draw a simple Halloween picture: a cat, a bat, a witch's hat, a ghost, a broom, a jack-o-lantern, a spider, a full moon, and a candy corn. Make a bingo card for each player, but vary the order in which you draw the pictures, so that each card is different. Draw an extra set of pictures and cut them apart. Put them in a bowl.
Give everyone a card and some candy corn for markers. Take turns
drawing slips from the bowl and calling out the picture. Cover that
picture on your card with a candy corn. The first person to get 3 pictures
covered (across, up and down or diagonally) yells "Boo!" and is the
|Ghost Hunter Game
Game for teams:
Get lollipops, ribbon, paper, tissue paper, and select 5-10 Halloween terms. You may want a styrofoam base to stick the ghosts into during the game.
Divide party guest into Ghost Hunting teams of 3-5 kids per team, the number per team may be based the ages of the kids.
Each team is given clues to find ghosts that can be hidden outside or inside.
Note: Don't place all the ghosts together or the kids will grab the first
see rather than find the ghost you want them. Also, tell them not to untie
ghosts until after the game is over. So send them off to different areas.
want 1 ghost per guest or a specified number per team, but have extras so
child gets a ghost.
Example Clues: I live near the large tree in the backyard or At night I
from under Mr. Wilson's favorite chair. Fun, increase difficult with age.
If no team guesses the word, then a simple clue is given and the process
is repeated until the word is guessed. Again have a tie-breaker word just
case and offer a prize for the victors.
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