Coolest Halloween Party Games for Kids
Kids love parties and why shouldn’t they? They are allowed to play as much as they want, gorge on some mouth-watering food, and get favors to carry home. Trick-or-treating is certainly going to keep them busy during the Halloween evening but if you are planning a party to celebrate this festival, make sure you arrange some fun filled games that kids can play without your assistance. Here are some Halloween party games that you can consider for your little guests.
Kids love bowling. It’s a safe game for them, and therefore, you must plan it for your Halloween celebration. To give it a Halloween twist, use pumpkins for bowling. Choose fist-size pumpkins so that kids can easily pick them up. Fill up some 10 soda bottles with sand, set them up like pins, and ask kids to knock them using pumpkins. Maximum scorer will be the winner.
Kids love treasure hunt and therefore, you must plan this fun-filled game for the little ones attending your party. Even young kids can play this game. Hide some small sized pumpkins around the party area and ask kids to find them out. You can scoop out the pumpkins, hide some favors inside them, and when the game is over, the players will take them out and carry them home. The one who find out maximum pumpkins will be the winner of the game. You may also write clues on the pumpkins to help the treasure hunters.
Tossing games are popular among kids as well as adults. Scoop out a large sized pumpkin, hang it at kids’ eye level, and ask kids to toss candies in it. Give 10 candies to each member for tossing. Later, they can carry them home as favors.
Make a mummy
What could be a better game for Halloween other than asking the kids to make their own mummy? Divide kids to make two or three teams and ask them to choose one player who will be the mummy. Give them some tissue paper rolls and ask them to wrap their teammate to make him look like a mummy. This will be a fun activity for them. Even young kids can participate. Make sure you supervise them so that they don’t cover the nose of the player whom they are wrapping.
Guess dead man’s last meal
This is a very simple game and can be played by children of all ages. Make a big bowl full of jelly. The jelly has to be little watery and not properly set so that it looks like goo. Dip some small-sized creepy plastic creatures in it such as plastic spiders, snakes, bones, etc., blindfold each player, ask them to dip their hands in the goo, and guess what they catch.
These games are sure to keep your little guests busy throughout your Halloween party. Although these games are safe for kids, we strongly recommend you to never leave the little ones unattended. For more Halloween Party ideas, visit MyBirthdaySupplies.