35+ Time-saving Halloween Party Games for Kids
Its that time of year again. Yay. Halloween Party planning time for the kids! It’s time for candy corn, mummies and a creative Halloween Party Games for Kids!
My daughter birthday is October 14th, and we decided to have another Halloween Themed Party! I have searched all over for the best Halloween games for kids and have come up with this extensive list.
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35+ HALLOWEEN PARTY GAMES FOR KIDS (and supplies!)
When creating this list, I’m looking for simple and easy Halloween party games to have because I am a busy working mom and time is not on my side.
So let’s go!
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For this, I would get some tissue for the dollar store since I wouldn’t want to waste the good stuff. You know the 3 ply tissue.
Wrap the kids up like mummies and have them race each other.
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This game seems fun and who doesn’t like to eat donuts. I suppose depending on the size of the children you can play this game with mini donuts too.
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So this may not be the easiest game to put together, but it sure does look fun! With a few supplies such as balloon filled candy, tape, and a foam board the kids will have loads of fun.
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Get the kids involved and have them help paint the tin cans.
The easy stack the cans for a game of bowling! However, if you don’t have time to paint can an alternative is a Halloween game bowling set is an adorable option!)
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Tossing marshmallows in empty cups is an easy and fun game to set up for a party. I love how simple and cheap this game is since you can grab your items for the Dollar Store.
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This game would require a little bit of DIY and effort, but it definitely looks fun. Plus, you would have to have enough cups for each kid since you can’t leave anyone out.
Orange cups, tissue paper, and rubber band are all you need to create this game filled with treats. Then hot glue the cups to a board like this one. You can also find this board at Dollar Tree Store!
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Kids love to pop things. I am not sure how hard this will be since balloons are hard to step on but its work the try.
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Ring toss anyone? This is such a fun party game with little witch hats for the Halloween spirit.
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Having cups turn upside down for tossing is not only brilliant but it inexpensive. All you need is markers and dollar store cups. For more tips on how to create ghost buster check out Organize your stuff Now.
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So you have to get a piñata, or it’s not really a party. There is nothing like having even more candy. Do you remember paper mache projects at school? Well here is your chance to create fun Halloween party games.
Ok, so time may not be on your side (I get it). No worries, You can grab some cute Halloween Piñata from Amazon.
11. Mystery Box
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Do you like sticking your hand in a box and guessing whats inside? The mystery box is fun and simple to recreate. There are tons of things you can add inside the box such as grapes for eyeballs or cooked noodles for worms.
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This is similar to the bean bag toss for balls except with a water gun! If its still warm outside in October then we will definitely try this game. For complete instructions visit MommasFunWorld.
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There is nothing like learning while playing. This STEM game only requires sticks and pumkins. Talk about simple!
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This is my kind of game. Get the kids on the floor and bring out the bingo cards and chips! She offers a free printable too. Otherwise, you can get Halloween Bingo on Amazon.
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She shows step by step how to make “Feed The Monster” Halloween Game. It is super easy to make and fun to play!
Use an empty box to draw pumpkins and cut out the mouth. Simply toss the balls into his mouth. Have each mount equal different points.
So this is really easy to put together. Simply blow up the spider and throw the rings around his tentacles to see who wins. An easy inflatable spider toss ready to go!
18. Halloween Mask
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Although, it’s not a game taking photos is something for the kids to do at a party. My children love dressing up and taking pictures. So creating a photo station where the kids can put on a mask and take fun photos is a must.
19. Pin the Spider on the Web
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What an amazing game to play. This is one of the moments you flashback to your childhood. For us, the game was called Pin the Tail on the Donkey but in this case its Pin the Spider on the Web. How Cute?
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Another similar game for a great Halloween party. I mean look how happy the skeleton looks to get a bow tie.
21.PUMPKIN MEMORY GAME
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So, here is another bowling game option. The difference is this Halloween bowl set uses an eyeball as the bowling ball.
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A golf game is always fun whether a child or an adult. Get the kids to challenge who can get the most balls into the pumpkin’s mouth. There is a cute golf set carveable pumpkin and toy golf set to make this easier!
25. Candy Corn Count
Adult and kids would get a kick out of trying to guess how many candy corns are in a jar.
Make a spider web out of tape on your floor and have kids tightrope to see how long they can walk on the “web” without falling off. To make it more exciting throw candy and prices along the way.
This game is loads of fun. Have the kids roll the dice and see who can put together Frankensitne body parts first.
28. Spider Races
Grab some straws and fake spiders for this simple game. The first one who blows the spider across the finish line wins!
The traditional kid games are always fun. Have the kids dance to the music and when the music stops the kids’ freeze. The one who keeps moving loses.
This Halloween party game is a musical chairs remix. The kids walk around to the music and when the music stops the kids will end on Halloween images placed on the floor. The ones on a pumpkin image win while those who stand on a hat image is out of the game.
31. Zombie Musical Chairs
The traditional walk around the chairs until the song stops but with the spin is…. they do a zombie walk. The child who doesn’t quickly find an empty seat when the music stops is out!
Talk about an easy and clever Halloween game for kids. This is a fun Halloween game requires you to hide little fake pumpkins around the house. Have the parents and children search to find them. The one who sees the most pumpkins wins!
Blow-ups some orange balloons and try to catch them in a funnel cup. The first one to get the ballon into their cup wins.
All you need is a spoon and small pumpkins or oranges to balance on them while you walk around without dropping the pumpkin.
35. Monster Dice
This will keep the kids busy and burning energy. Create dice with instruction the kids have to follow when the land on the side.
36. Pumpkin Tic-Tac-Toe
Tic tac toe is always a fun game. Add a Halloween twist and you have a fun halloween game.
35+ Halloween Party Games for Kids
Are you planning a Halloween Party for your child? Get the shopping list together and check out these 35+ creative Halloween Party Games for Kids!