Halloween Party Ideas for Kids
Halloween Party Games and Fun
Whether you're hosting a Halloween party for your kids at home, or helping with a classroom party, our kid-friendly party games will ensure your little goblins will have a frighteningly good time and the planning is so easy you won't be spooked!
HALLOWEEN PARTY PLANNING AND DECORATING
As with most events, you should try and give yourself a minimum
of 4 weeks to plan your party. This allows plenty of time for ordering
on-line party supplies, cake orders invitations etc.
However planning a Halloween party is much easier than most,
because you already know your theme.
FAVORITE HALLOWEEN PARTY GAMES
Include a few of these Halloween party games when hosting a party at home or in the classroom. We've provided both active and quiet games to settle over excited goblins down before heading home.
How Many ?
Fill a jar with candy corn and have each guest write down their best guess as to how many candies are in the jar. This is a good game to play at the beginning of the party, as guests filter in. Announce the winner
at the end of the party--They win the jar!
Try candy bars instead of candy corn - much tastier!
Pumpkin Pass Along
Before the party, make some jack-o-lanterns using orange rubber balls (about the size of oranges)
and a permanent marker. You’ll need one for each team. Divide the players into teams.
To start the game, place the “jack-o-lantern” under the chin of the first player. That player passes the “jack-o-lantern” to the next player without using hands and then to the next player and so on.
The first team to pass the pumpkin all of the way through the line wins.
You can also play this game by passing the Pumpkin from player to player using hands behind the back
which isn’t quite as fun but also does not require the players to get so “personal “.
Mummy Wrap Relay
Divide the players into groups. I find groups of three or four work best.
Each group needs a player that is the “mummy” and the other players are the “wrappers”
Provide each group with a roll of toilet paper. The object of the game is to be the first group to wrap a mummy using the entire roll f tissue.
Trick or Treat
Before the party cut several strips of paper; about twice as many strips as there are children.Then on half of the strips write the word “treat”. On the other half write “trick” with a trick such as “hop on one foot”, “pat your head and rub your belly”.
Then place all of the strips in a Halloween bag. Have the children form a circle. Walk around the circle. Each player will draw a paper out of the bag and perform a trick or receive a treat such as a sticker, Halloween pencil or small piece of candy.
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