Friday, October 14, 2011

Halloween Party Games & Activities for the kiddos

Looking for ideas to keep your youngest Halloween party guests entertained? Here are a few games and activities for school or home celebrations:

Skeleton Scavenger Hunt {Family Fun Magazine}
Photo from Family Fun

What You Need

  • Large cardboard or plastic skeleton decoration
  • Long sheet of paper
  • Marker
  • Tacks or tape

Instructions

  • Trace a large cardboard or plastic skeleton decoration on a long sheet of paper. (Use a skeleton with movable limbs like the one shown here.)
  • Next, carefully take the skeleton apart at its joints and hide the parts around your house or yard.
  • During the party, ask the kids to "unearth" the bones and reassemble the skeleton by tacking or taping the parts onto the outline. When the skinny spook has been re-created, celebrate by giving each player a small prize.
Halloween Tossing Game {Better Homes & Gardens}

Download and print the Better Homes and Gardens patterns (found here), a sign for the Can Toss game and one to wrap each can. Measure around the cans and cut printed papers to wrap around them; secure with glue. Arrange the cans on a tiered shelf with designated points. Provide the kids with table tennis balls to toss into the cans.


Roll a Jack-O-Lantern {my own interpretation of a game at Oopsey Daisy Blog}

What you need
Pumpkins cut out of construction paper
Eyes, noses, mouths and teeth cut outs (or markers for the kids to draw the features)
Dice (I'd love to find a huge die to use for little kid's kindergarten party but a small set will work just fine.)

Instructions
Roll the die and let the kids create their crazy pumpkin!


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