Halloween Party Games for Kids

Are you looking for fun and original Halloween party games for kids? Instead of bobbing for apples and playing the usual Halloween party games, play games that are tremendously fun and definitely original this Halloween. Don’t settle for less. Make your Halloween party the best!

The following Halloween party games for kids are sure to keep Halloween party guests well entertained. Kids love these fun and original Halloween party games, and parents love them as well. These original Halloween party games are easy, inexpensive, and most of all, they are fun for kids of all ages and skill levels.

Mummy Wrap

This is one of the most fun and exciting Halloween games, and all you’ll need are willing participants and inexpensive rolls of white toilet paper.

Have players form teams of two, and provide each team with two or three rolls of white toilet paper. Announce the start of the game, and instruct the teams to wrap their designated team member from head to toe with two or three entire rolls of paper. The team to completely empty their paper rolls first wins the game.

Halloween Pumpkin Bowling

Regular bowling is fun, but pumpkin bowling is more fun and even more challenging. This is one of the best ideas for a Halloween game to play outdoors on a warm fall day.

Set up ten plastic bottles filled with water, and provide a pumpkin to use as a bowling ball. The size of the bottles and pumpkin depend on the ages of the kids playing this fun Halloween game. Choose smaller bottles and smaller pumpkins for younger kids.

Have the kids take turns trying to knock over the bottles by rolling the pumpkin from several feet away. Allow each of the kids two tries per game, and whoever knocks over the greatest number of water-filled bottles wins the game.

Wart on the Witches Nose

We’ve all heard of pin the tale on the donkey, but few have heard of place the wart on the witches nose. This Halloween game is loads of fun for kids of all ages, and it can be played indoors as well as outdoors.

Have the kids draw and color a large poster size picture of a witch with a big crooked nose. Create warts with various colors of clay or putty, and fashion a blindfold from a scarf or a piece of material. Blindfold the kids one at a time, give each child a different colored wart, and have them take turns trying to blindly place the wart on the witches nose. Whoever comes closest to the tip of her nose wins the game.

Halloween Pumpkin Hunt

Easter eggs huts are a lot of fun, and so are Halloween pumpkin hunts. Fill small plastic pumpkins with wrapped treats, and hide the pumpkins indoors or outdoors. Have the kids search for the small plastic treat-filled pumpkins, and make sure everyone is a winner. Hide enough pumpkins so everyone is sure to find at least one.

Gross Guessing Game

Kids love guessing games, and this is one of the best ideas if you want to host a gross Halloween game kids will absolutely love. You’ll need a blindfold for every player and containers of disgusting feeling items that aren’t really what they seem. Make sure this game is played on a well-protected surface, and kids should also protect their clothes before playing.

For example, peel large grapes, and tell the kids they’re going to be feeling dozens of slippery slimy eyeballs. The kids will have a hard time guessing what the eyeballs really are.

Cook spaghetti, let it cool, throw in several gummy worms, and coat the concoction with vegetable oil. Tell the kids it’s a container full of worms. Get ready for shrieks and groans when the kids feel this disgusting combination.

Clean out a pumpkin, remove the seeds, and place the rest of the innards in a container. Mix in a few peeled grapes, raisins, and chunks of gelatin. Tell the kids the contents are goblin guts.

Have the kids guess what the mystery containers really hold. The person to give the greatest number of correct answers wins this gross and ghastly Halloween game for kids.

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