It seems like Halloween is the kick start to the holiday season. Whether it’s a costume party, fall festival, or trick or treating.
Now that you’ve planned an awesome party, hopefully without breaking the bank, what can you do to take it up another level? It’s simple…Halloween games!
I love, love, love party games of every kind. I’ve complied a list below of some of the best Halloween games around.
The best part, is that they work for both family night activities & parties. Everyone from all ages can get in on the fun.
Ghost Knock Down
This game is super easy. Simply draw ghost faces on plastic or paper cups. Then stack them up & use a ball to knock them down.
This golf game is sure to be a hit for all age groups. A Girl & Her Glue Gun has an awesome tutorial on how to make your own pumpkin golf game.
Mystery Food In A Bag
This game reminds me of fear factor every time that we play it. The object of the game is to have each person “blindly” taste test whatever is in the bag & guess what it is.
To prep for this game you will need paper lunch bags & random food items. Some food ideas are:
- tuna fish
- baby food
- peeled grapes
Be sure to write down what each item is on the bottom of each bag. That way you won’t forget what’s in it.
Feed The Monster
With just a few supplies you can make this super cute monster toss game. Check out how to make it with Tried & True.
Contact paper, plastic spiders, painter’s tape, & a permanent marker make up this fun throwing game. On your contact paper, draw out a spider web. Use the painter’s tape to hang it on your wall without (without messing up your paint).
Then simply throw the spiders onto the web.
Monster Goo Relay
Getting messy is always fun. Try this goo relay race at your next party.
To make the goo, you will need 1 cup of cornstarch, 1/2 cup of water, & green food coloring.
Put it all together by adding the cornstarch to a bowl or bucket then slowly pouring in the water. Mix it up then add a few drops of food coloring.
For the relay, split the group into 2 teams. Place an empty bowl or bucket at 1 end & the goo at the other. Using only their hands, each team member must get as much monster goo into their bucket as they can.
Hands down my favorite game. All you need is a person & toilet paper. Split everyone into teams of at least 2. Then set a timer for at least 5 minutes. The object is to wrap 1 person on the team up like a mummy. The team that has the best mummy once the timer goes off, wins!
Climb The Maze
All you need for this game is crepe paper (steamers), painter’s tape, & a hallway. Using the paper (or even string) make a maze. Then have everyone try to climb through.
It’s the same classic bingo game except with a Halloween theme.
Witches Hat Ring Toss
Ring toss games are always a hit at every party. Dollar Store Mom has an awesome tutorial on how to make this cute witches hat ring toss.
Skeleton Scavenger Hunt
This games involves some prep work in the beginning. Print out several skeletons & then cut them into pieces. Head, arms, body, & legs. Then hide them around the house or party venue. Depending on the amount of people you have playing, you can either split them into teams or individuals. The objective of the game is to have the participants find the entire skeleton & put it back together. The first person to complete it wins.
Eyeball In A Haystack
This idea was inspired by Meaningful Mama. You only need 2 items for this great game, hay & a small white ball. Simply fill a bin with hay & stick the ball inside. Set a timer & race to see who can find the eye first.
Blow The Bat
This game is super simple & fun. Depending on the amount of people you have, cut out 3-4 paper bats.
To play: determine a starting line & a finish line. Then place the bats at the starting line. Using a straw, each person will compete to see who can blow their bat across the finish line first.
Halloween Egg Hunt
The odds are probably good that you have Easter eggs laying around your house somewhere. Put them to use & have an egg hunt, Halloween style. You can draw monster faces on them & fill them with candy. Or take it up a notch & fill the eggs with glow sticks & have a glow in the dark egg hunt.
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