Halloween Game Ideas
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If you’re looking for easy and low cost Halloween game ideas – we have a list of over 30 ideas! From simple activities to fun crafts there are so many fun party game ideas you can do for Halloween!
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Halloween Game Ideas – Over 30 Ideas!
We’ve organized the ideas by candy, crafts/food, sensory and games. Hopefully this list will also provide inspiration for you to think of other ideas too!
Halloween Piñata – create your own piñata or buy one and fill with Halloween candy.
Easter Egg Halloween Hunt – add treats inside of Easter eggs. Choose purple and orange eggs for Halloween colors.
Glow in the Dark Candy Hunt – you can do this indoors or outdoors. Use glow sticks to hide treats around the house and kids can use flashlights to find them.
Guess How Many Candy Corn in a Jar – add candy corn inside a jar or another Halloween candy and kids have to guess how many are inside.
Candy in Balloons to Pop – add candy inside balloons for kids to pop. Use orange balloons and decorate the balloons with pumpkin faces.
Create A Poke-a-Pumpkin Game – take cups and fill them with candy. Wrap orange tissue paper on top and then glue the cups together to form a pumpkin shape. Have kids poke the different cups to see what prizes are inside!
Decorate Pumpkins – you can carve them with our free pumpkin templates or paint them.
Make Caramel Apples
Graham Cracker Haunted House – use graham crackers and icing to make your own edible haunted house.
Build Popsicle Stick Haunted Houses – have a station to create your own haunted house from popsicle sticks.
Halloween Coloring Pages – create a coloring station.
Paint Halloween Rocks – have a rock painting station where kids can make their own glow in the dark monster rocks.
Fizzy Cauldrons – add some baking soda and green food coloring into mini cauldrons. Kids can add vinegar with droppers or squirt bottles and make fizzy cauldrons.
Stick the Nose on the Witch
Put the Nose on the Pumpkin
Pumpkin Ring Toss
Glow Stick Dancing
Toilet Paper & Pumpkin Bowling – you can use full toilet paper rolls and draw pumpkin or ghost faces on them. If you want to make pumpkins, wrap them in tissue paper. Or you can make toilet paper roll Halloween characters. Bowl with a pumpkin!
Play Frankie Says (Halloween Simon Says) – a spin on traditional Simon Says. Instead of saying Simon says, say “Frankie Says”. Choose Halloween type actions like howl like a werewolf.
Slimy Food Guessing Game – make eyeballs with grapes, use spaghetti for witch hair or worms, sliced almonds for fingernails, corn for teeth, wet sponge for a brain, etc to have kids try to guess what they are. Put them in a box where you can’t see what they are and have kids put their hand inside to feel them.
Toss Plastic Spiders into Pumpkin Buckets
Donuts on a String Game – attach donuts to a string and hang from the ceiling. Have kids see who can eat their donut first without using their hands.
Witch’s Broom Limbo – use a broom and play a game of limbo!
Toilet Paper Wrapped Mummy Contest – use toilet paper and see who can wrap up the person to look like a mummy the fastest.
Halloween Musical Chairs
Bean Bag Toss – create your own Halloween themed monster or pumpkin from cardboard to toss the bean bags into.