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70 Halloween Party Games for Kids

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Planning a Halloween Party or playdate for the kids this year?  Time to crank the fun up a few notches with these 70 amazing and crowd-pleasing, Halloween Party Games for Kids that are loads of fun! (updated with even more games for 2024)

The best Halloween Party Games for kids!

Best Halloween Games for Your Party

Our neighborhood night out is towards the end of October this year, and we decided to make it a Halloween Party!  My job was to find a few fun Halloween party games to keep the kids and party guests entertained and help burn off all the candy they would inevitably eat.

I’ve searched the web for the best Halloween games for kids and have compiled a pretty good list to share with you today.

The good news is several of these Halloween activities and games are budget-friendly DIY Halloween games, but if you’re running out of time or aren’t a do-it-yourself-er, I have also included links to pre-made Halloween Game and party supply alternatives that you can easily order from Wal-mart, Amazon, or Oriental Trading.

70+ Halloween Party Games for Kids (and adults!)

To plan the perfect Halloween party, choose a few of these hilariously spooky and fun Halloween-themed game ideas. Our parties are always geared towards kids of all ages, but I guarantee the adults will have fun too, just watching the little ones playing the games and maybe joining in too!

Whether your party is “fall-themed” or full-on Halloween, any of these classic Halloween games would be spooktacularly fun and are great for all ages!

1. Toilet Paper Mummy Halloween Game

Halloween Party Games for Kids

This toilet paper game is budget-friendly (who doesn’t have toilet paper) and such a fun game, it’s sure to have everyone laughing like crazy! The way the game works is you pit several teams of 3 (one mummy, two wrappers) against each other, and the first team that finishes their roll of toilet paper wins!

2. Donut Eating Race

17+ Halloween Party Games for Kids (donut on a string)

You are missing out if you’ve never participated in a donut-eating race! You’ll want to do a little “donut testing” beforehand to ensure you’ve got a sturdy donut, but it is a great game not only for Halloween parties but birthday parties. It’s perfect for the littlest ones and the older kids too.

If you can get the adults to participate, your stomach will hurt from all the laughing, I promise!

3. Pop Goes the Pumpkin Balloon Halloween Game

Halloween Party Games for Kids (pop the Balloon party game)

This fun game is a great one for the teenager to set up; stuff the balloons with slips of paper with prize names written on them to be claimed later. Find 5-inch orange balloons here.

4. Frankenstein Bowling  (tin can bowling Halloween game)

Halloween Party Games for Kids

This Halloween Game is budget-friendly and can be enjoyed by even the youngest partygoer. Save your cans and either paint them or cover them with Halloween-themed scrapbook paper. I’m not sure which is more fun, the actual bowling or decorating the cans! 

If you don’t have time to paint cans, this candy corn bowling set is an adorable option for a Halloween party game.

5. Marshmallow Toss Game 

Halloween Party Games for Kids (marshmallow toss party game)

Easy and fun- you can use mini marshmallows and paper cups or large marshmallows, and some of those little tin buckets from the dollar store would be great too!

6. Kids Pumpkin Chuckin’ Halloween Game

Toilet Paper Tossing Halloween Game

Another budget-friendly DIY Halloween Game for your party. This one is especially great for toddlers. It’s easy to put together as the pumpkins are just toilet paper wrapped in felt, and you can get the baskets from your local craft or Dollar Store! Get the details from B-Inspired Mama here.

7. Spider Bean Bag Tossing Game

Spider Bean Bag tossing halloween game

This Flying Spider Bean Bag game from Orange Bettie is possibly an even cuter Halloween bean bag-style tossing game. See how to make the Spider Bean Bags here.

Looks fun, but don’t have time to DIY a Bean Bag tossing game?  Amazon has plenty of options for pre-filled bags to make your own tossing Halloween Game. 

8. Poke a Pumpkin Halloween Game

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This looks like fun, similar to the balloon pop game!  Possibly even easier to put together since instead of blowing up balloons, you’re just wrapping orange tissue paper around a paper cup and securing it with a rubber band.

9. Pumpkin Patch Stomp – Kids love this game!

Feed the monster halloween party game

Any Halloween Party can be made so much better by popping a few balloons for prizes! Before blowing up the balloons, stuff them with money, slips of paper, or squish-proof candy. Find 12-inch orange and black balloons here.  Another way to play the game is to blow up the same amount of different colored balloons, and the first person who pops all their colored balloons wins!

10. Pin the Tail on The Witch Cat

Halloween Party Games for Kids (pin the tail on the cat party game)

You can never go wrong with a “pin the tail” type party game. Find one on Amazon here. Or make your own Pin the Tail on the Cat Halloween game, as shown in this Harvest and Halloween Entertainment Book.

11. Pin the Nose on the pumpkin

Halloween Games for Kids (pin the face on the pumpkin)

This pin-the-nose on the pumpkin is similar to other pin-the-tail games. This homemade one made with tissue paper is especially cute. (Here is the link for a similar pin-the-nose on the pumpkin game from Amazon.)

12. Pin the tie on the Skeleton

Halloween Party Games for Kids

Or maybe you would prefer a Pin the Bow on the Skeleton. Similar Pin the Bone Halloween Game found Amazon here. These “pin the tail” games are fairly easy to make, but you can find them at your local party store and online.

13. Halloween Bingo (Free Printable)

Halloween Bingo - Perfect halloween party games for kids

Halloween Bingo is always a fun idea! I especially love this for classroom Halloween parties or playdates. You can find tons of free printable Halloween Bingo cards online, but if you don’t want to go through the hassle of printing cards for a large party, they are fairly inexpensive to purchase similar Bingo Cards here (Amazon)  or here (etsy.)

14. Feed the Monster Halloween Game

feed the monster halloween game - Halloween Party Games for Kids

This fun ball toss game will keep all the kids entertained!  (Plus, it is super budget-friendly as it is basically made out of a cardboard box!) Just decorate however you like. It’s a perfect game for all the little monsters, lol.

15. Jack o Lantern Bag Toss

22+ Halloween Party Games for Kids

Make your own out of a box or out of pumpkins, or purchase a very similar game here. I found these pre-made bean bag toss games here and here.

16. Candy Corn Guessing Game

Halloween Party Games for Kids - candy corn guessing game

And when the night is over, you can send the guest home with little treat bags full of candy corn! I found a really cute printable on Etsy, here. It even includes cards for the guests to write their names and guesses.

17. Halloween Face Painting

17+ Halloween Party Games for Kids (face painting)

Who doesn’t love getting their faces painted? No Halloween Game lineup is complete without a face-painting station!  It is even better if you can find a professional to paint faces according to the costumes. (I’m sure you’ve heard horror stories about unsafe face paint, so be sure to look for a certified organic set.  I like this set – it even comes with stencils for those of us with no painting skills.)

18. Don’t forget the Halloween Pinata!

halloween party ideas - diy pumpkin pinata

Nothing makes a Halloween Party more fun than the chance to break a pinata and be showered with EVEN MORE HALLOWEEN CANDY!!!  This Pinata is DIY, but if you don’t want to make one, You can buy all sorts of different Halloween-themed pinatas here. I also love this DIY version from Martha Stewart.

19. Halloween Charades

halloween charades

Charades is a classic word-guessing game that’s so fun to play. The basic idea is that one person acts out a word or phrase without speaking while the rest of the players try to guess what they’re trying to convey. For the Halloween version, the guests can act out all sorts of Halloween-related words. This is an easy game to DIY (here is a printable version. But for more advanced players (like teenagers and adults), you may want to use a store-bought version. Like this Halloween version, called Death Charades, team members act out different ways to die.

The game is typically played in teams, with each round consisting of one person from each team acting out a word or phrase. The other team members have limited time to guess what the actor is trying to convey – typically two to three minutes – and if they get it right, they get a point. Then, it’s the other team’s turn to take a crack at it. Grab the free Halloween Charades printable here or another version here.

20. Halloween Candy Dice Game

free printable halloween dice game for kids

This would be a very simple interactive game for all the kids! All you need is a big bag of candy, a single die (how fun is this big one?), and the free candy dice game printable. Just sit the kids in a circle with the pile of candy in the middle and let them play til the candy is gone!

21. DIY Treat Bag Decorating Station 

Find tons of paper sacks and Halloween stickers (here and here) for the kids to make their own treat bags. Having to put together party favor bags after planning a party is the bane of my existence!  My solution? A DIY Halloween Treat Bag Station.  Make those kids fill their own treat bags, lol!

Are you a sewist who likes to get crafty?  I have a cute DIY Halloween Treat Bag tutorial here.

Decorating Cookies or Cupcakes is always fun and perfect for a group of kids!  All you need is icing, Halloween sprinkles, and maybe some eyeballs to get the party started!

halloween games decorating station

23. Halloween crafts station ideas:

how to make lollipop ghosts

Lollipop ghosts, Candy Corn necklace craft, and pumpkin decorating. Another fun craft is the easy witch hats craft made from paper plates and construction paper.

24. Witches Hat Ring Toss

Make your own Ring Toss game or find a similar game for sale on Amazon.

 25. Pumpkin Mini Golf

This is the cutest Halloween Party Game for kids idea ever!  All you need is a huge carvable pumpkin, a piece of cardstock, and these little foam putters. Don’t want to make it?  Amazon sells a Pumpkin Put-Put Mini Golf Set that includes clubs, balls holes.

26. DIY Halloween Version of Twister:

halloween games for kids - diy twister

The kids will love this game, even if it is just a Halloween party for two.

27. Egg and Spoon Race. 

Egg and spoon race - kids party games

We always include an egg race on our list of party games for kids! (this was our last birthday parties). It’s always a hit, especially if you use real eggs and a Halloween version would be so much fun.  (amazon link to wooden spoon and egg set)

28. Halloween Scavenger Hunt

Who doesn’t love a good Scavenger hunt?  This Halloween Party game is perfect for kids of all levels and Is easy to arrange!  Grab the free printable here. Or another free version here.

29. Selfie Scavenger Hunt

This scavenger Hunt version you can get on Amazon has adorable pumpkin-shaped cards and prompts you to take selfies with the hunted items.

halloween scavenger hunt game for kids

30.  Spider Races

This one is a lot of fun for the little ones. It’s as easy as it looks to set up. All you need is a few plastic spiders and large straws. The first spider that “crosses” the finish line is the winner!

31. Pillowcase Sack races

pillowcase sack race for halloween

Like a potato sack race, but with pillowcases!

32. Three-legged Race

Another fun race-style game. You just need several strips of fabric to tie the racers together.

33. Musical pass the Pumpkins

how to play pass the pumpkin

This classic game is similar to musical chairs, but no kids fighting over a chair and possibly getting hurt. To play this version of the game, sit the children in a circle, and have them slowly pass a small pumpkin around while music is playing. When the music stops, the child holding the pumpkin is out. Keep going til you have a winner. Here is a youtube link to the Pass the Pumpkin song.

34. Broom and Pumpkin Race

For this game, you need a small or medium pumpkin and a broom per player/team. Have each player write their name on their pumpkin. (The game can get exciting, and it is easy to mix up the pumpkins.) The game can be as simple as a straight line from the starting line to the finish line, or make it more challenging for the older children by creating an entire obstacle course for the pumpkins.

Consider having a couple of extra pumpkins on hand in case things get out of control. You may also need to ask the participants to bring a broom from home.

35. Candy Corn Relay Race

a candy corn relay race is a classic halloween party game

A candy corn relay race is a super fun, classic Halloween party game that entertains everyone! To play, divide the players into two or more teams. The object of the game is for each team member to run from the starting line to the finish line while carrying the candy corn in a spoon, then pass the candy to the next teammate in line, continuing until everyone has had a turn. Have the participants carry the spoon between their teeth to make it even more challenging!

36. Halloween 5-Second Game

5 second halloween party game

I love this simple, family-friendly Halloween party game. It’s fast-paced and a blast for kids and adults! The idea is to answer a set of Halloween-themed questions in less than 5 seconds. This game would be simple to DIY, but I found a fantastic printable version on Etsy. It comes with 90 questions, formatted on an 8 by 11 sheet for easy printing and trimming. You just need a printer and a timer.

37. Halloween Trivia

halloween party games

Halloween trivia is always fun! Plus, it’s perfect for teens and adults. (It might be too hard for the little ones.) Grab the free Halloween trivia printable here.

I love printable games! In just a few clicks, you are on your way to fun. I personally self-laminate my printables so they last longer. I have an older version of this laminating machine, and 10 years later, it is still going strong. (it comes with 100 laminating pouches.)

38. Pumpkin Tic tac Toe

This game is as simple as it sounds! It can be played almost anywhere. Driveways, table tops, you name it. All you have to do is place a few strips of tape where you want the game to be played and provide cute pumpkins for the X’s and O’s. Find orange tape here and orange and white pumpkins here. (These are tiny and adorable!)

39. Oreo Races

oreo challenge race

All you need is Oreos! (Halloween Oreos, of course.) Place an Oreo on your forehead. The goal is to move the Oreo to your mouth and eat it. The catch is that you can only use your face muscles, no hands! The first person to eat their Oreo wins!

40. Pumpkin carving Contest

halloween pumpkin carving contest.

You can’t go wrong with an old-fashioned pumpkin carving contest. To hold a pumpkin carving contest, You’ll want to provide pumpkins and carving tools or specify what participants should bring. (like maybe their own pumpkins) Choose judges and establish rules for the contest. Provide prizes for the winners, and have fun!

41. Halloween Paper Bag Puppets

halloween paper bag puppets

This activity is more of a craft, but it is so much fun! You only need paper sacks, paint, construction paper, glue, markers, and scissors. Perfect to keep the little ones busy

42. Paper Sack Pinatas

Make Your Own personal pinata using paper bags, Halloween-themed tissue paper, and glue. The kids have a blast making, filling, and hitting their pinatas.

43. Halloween Guessing Game

Halloween gessing game with a sheet and various foods.

This Halloween Party game is a complete DIY! All you need is an old sheet and bowls of random foods. The guests stick their hands in the holes and try to guess the food or item.

44. Ghost Bowling

halloween party games for kids: ghost bowling

This bowling game is perfect for the very little ones. All you need is some empty water bottles stuffed with something white. (Fabric, toilet paper, cotton balls, etc…) and a ball. Have the little ones roll the ball toward the water bottles to see how many they can knock over. The bottles are very lightweight and easy to knock over. (You could always make them heavier with a few rocks or marbles at the bottom.)

45. Halloween Family Feud

This game is so much fun! Gets everyone laughing and participating. This would be easy to DIY, (here is a list of 100 family feud questions), but I found a really awesome Halloween version on Etsy for only $4.99. It is printable and comes with Question Cards, Answer Covers, a Bonus Round Scorecard, an Answer Key, and the Game instructions guide.

46. Halloween Checkers

This is an easy one to DIY! Use the checkerboard you already have, and then you can use any type of Halloween object for the pieces. (You could also spray paint the red checkers orange.) These tiny white pumpkins would be fun to spray paint in Halloween colors.

If you want a larger playing board, you could stencil a checkerboard on a piece of foam board. (I have even seen this done with a piece of burlap fabric and then modge-podged to the foam board.

47. Halloween Chess

If your friends or family are into chess, there are tons of fun Halloween Chess boards on Amazon. (I don’t know how to play chess, but It must be a teenage thing because my son and all his friends always play. He even took his board to school for them to play at lunch and during free time.) This Harry Potter board looks like something they would like.

48. Pumpkin Drop Game

fun halloween party games

It should be called Don’t Drop the Pumpkin game, lol. Similar to the egg and spoon race or candy corn race, this relay race is played with empty paper towels or toilet paper rolls and orange ball pit balls. So fun! You can even use Sharpie markers to add pumpkin faces to the balls.

49. Murder Mystery Party

A murder mystery party is perfect for your next halloween party.

This game is more for adults, but in a murder mystery party, each player plays a specific role and character, including the victim and the killer. The game usually follows a pre-scripted storyline, which includes clues and hints to help players identify the culprit.

If you’re worried about planning a murder mystery party from scratch, a variety of pre-packaged games are available for purchase online. These games provide all the necessary materials and instructions, making it easy for even first-time hosts to execute. This looks like a good one. Here is a YouTube video on how to play the game.

50. Ping Pong Pumpkin

Ping pong pumpkin is  great halloween party game

It is a super easy Halloween Party Game to DIY. All you need is a few plastic cups, battery-operated tea lights, ping pong balls, a table, and prizes!

51. Halloween Cornhole

Who doesn’t love cornhole? If you already have a cornhole set, you can put a Halloween spin on it with removable vinyl Halloween decals and fun Halloween-themed bags. Regulation bags, or just for fun bags. If you don’t have a cornhole set, Amazon has an inexpensive version here.

52. Halloween Themed Escape Room Game

Escape rooms are all the rage right now. You can pick up a set with everything you need on amazon. Or find printable versions on Etsy. I particularly like this one since it does not require a phone or access to the internet.

53. Halloween Floor Toss Game

Similar to corn hole or other tossing games, but this one comes with everything you need and is a bit easier for the little ones

54. Spider Yo-Yo Game

The players have to throw him like a yoyo to try and capture the most insects, snagging the tokens laid out on the floor, thanks to a sticking system that uses Velcro

55. Halloween Cake Walk

Everyone loves a cakewalk! You can play this in several different ways. Ask your guest to bring various goodies as prizes or provide the winning treats yourself. Grab your free cake walk printables here.

56. Pumpkin Walk

The object of this game is to balance a mini pumpkin on your head and walk quickly to the finish line. Kids love this one, and you can make it harder by tying their hands behind their backs or making the kids walk in pairs of two, holding hands.

57. Zombie Eyeball Toss

This one is super fun. Attach a small cup to a board and toss eyeball ping pong balls into the cups for prizes.

58. Halloween Operation

play the classic opperation game in a hallowen version

Who doesn’t love the classic game of operation? How much fun would a Halloween version be? Yep, lots of fun!

59. Halloween Word Scramble

This printable Halloween Word Scramble game is a ton of fun! It’s the perfect Halloween game for kids.

60. Spider Yo-Yo Game

The players have to throw him like a yoyo to try and capture the most insects, snagging the tokens laid out on the floor, thanks to a sticking system that uses Velcro.

61. Halloween Egg Hunt

Ok, so technically, egg hunts are for Easter, but considering how much kids love them and how easy it is to spookify colored plastic eggs and fill them with candy, It’s a perfect Halloween party game for kids!

All you need is plastic eggs, a few sharpie markers, candy, and a safe, open place to hide the eggs. You can even have some of the other parents bring a dozen decorated and candy-filled eggs to help out!

62. Halloween Eyeball Dig

For this game, the players must stick their hands in a huge bowl of cooked spaghetti noodles and find all the eyeballs! Kids love it. See the game here.

63. Minute to Win it Games

You can put a Halloween spin on tons of minute-to-win-it games. This game set has over 237 different 1-minute challenges in 9 different categories with everything you need in one complete package! Entertain everyone at your Halloween party with the creative and fun challenges in Minute of Fun!

64. Ouija Board Station

An Ouija Board is a classic Halloween game! You can never go wrong with a spooky Ouija Board station. Set it up in a dark, spooky room, or if your party is outside, use a tent to make it super spooky for the older kids.

If you don’t have one or can’t borrow one, Amazon has a great selection of inexpensive boards.

65. Halloween Memory Game

halloween memory game

This simple game is perfect for the little ones. You can customize how easy/hard the game will be by increasing/decreasing the number of matches. There are tons of free versions on the web (like this one), or you can find more professional versions on Amazon or printable styles on Etsy. (If printing your own, I suggest using heavier cardstock and laminating the cards.)

66. Pumpkin Pie Eating Contest

I promise, if you can get a few partygoers to participate in a pumpkin pie eating contest, it will be the hit of your Halloween party! You don’t even need a massive amount of pies. It is your contest, and you can set the rules wherever you wish. 1st one to eat the entire pie or maybe set a timer and whomever eats the most in two minutes. (You may need a kitchen scale to confirm the winner.) Want to make it more fun to watch? Cover the pie in a huge squirt of whipped cream!

67. Bobbing for apples

I know, in this day and age, the thought of bobbing for apples probably gives you the heebie-jeebies, but we can still play this classic Halloween party game with a few simple modifications.

You will want to set up near a water source, and instead of several apples in a barrel (or some other type of large bowl or container), you would use a single apple. After every turn, just empty the water and use a fresh apple. To make the game go faster, you can have several barrels going at once. I suggest using apples with stems attached for easier “bobbing.”

68. Ghost Face Game

This game is a fun twist on bobbing for apples. You spread candy corn on a paper plate and cover the plate with whipped cream. The contestants use their mouths to find the candy corn. Whoever finds the most candy corn in a set amount of time wins. If you have a lot of players, you can set them up in teams of 2 or three and then count all the candy corn found by each team.

It’s awesome!

69. Raffle Contests

No Halloween party or carnival is complete without a raffle. This type of game is so easy to set up. You just need some tearable raffle tickets, a large container or bowl, and some prizes. How you run the raffle is up to you. A charity fundraiser, perhaps, or just a simple drawing with a few gift cards as prizes.

70. Pumpkin Decorating Station

Halloween party games- DIY pumpkin decorating station

And last but not least, we always have a pumpkin decorating station at our Halloween parties! In the last few years, we have moved away from actual paint  (just too messy) and now lean towards stickers like these and these. You can use full-size pumpkins or mini pumpkins.

Don’t forget the food and decor for your Halloween Party!

Awesome Bubbling Cauldron tutorial:

How to Make a Bubbling Cauldron

Outdoor Halloween Decor Ideas

spooky halloween yard display ideas

Halloween Decor and Food Ideas:

Need more inspiration? Here are a few FAQ Halloween Party Questions:

How to throw a Halloween party on a budget

Halloween parties are a blast to attend, but planning can be a bit stressful, especially if your budget is tight. A few inexpensive Halloween party ideas to get you started are:

  1. Choose a theme. (and color scheme) Halloween is very popular; you can find tons of free printables and ideas on the internet to complement your theme.
  2. Many of the Halloween Game ideas found below are DIY/Budget-friendly.  Just choose 3 to 4 that don’t require expensive props or accessories. A few of my favorites are the egg and spoon race. (Use your own eggs and spoons.) the toilet paper game and the Balloon Popping Game.
  3. Have a pumpkin carving contest. Ask your guests to bring a pumpkin to carve. You provide the tools and a few printable templates. (You can find tons for free on the web.)
  4. Make it a potluck. Everyone knows hosting a party is a lot of work and $$$. Most people actually want to bring a dish or other item to help out. Create a list on a web-based app for people to see what’s needed and sign up. Then, you fill in the holes. (I like SignUpGenius.com.)

Staying home this year? How to have fun at home

Planning on a low-key family Halloween celebration at home? You can still make it fun!

  • Choose a theme and create an itinerary full of fun games and activities. Several of the games listed above work great with just a few family members.
  • Dress up in costumes.
  • Plan a Halloween-themed meal full of spooky foods and treats.
  • Carve pumpkins.
  • Decorate.
  • Plan an age-appropriate scary/Halloween movie night.

Halloween Game prize Ideas

If you have Halloween Party Games, you must have prizes! A small cash prize is always acceptable, and gift cards are great, but this is where the dollar store, amazon, and oriental traders will come in handy. You can find tons of items that work for prizes.

You can assemble small prize bags in clear bags full of age-appropriate toys, gift cards, and/or candy. Then, place the prize bags in a basket and let the winners choose their prizes.

outdoor decoration ideas

Need a few Halloween decorating ideas? I’ve got another post dedicated to our outdoor Halloween decoration ideas and displays. (Because we are obviously really into Halloween, lol)

Choose any one of these fun Halloween Games and let the party begin!

Planning a Halloween Party? Time to crank the fun with these 17 Halloween Party Games for Kids.

Now it’s your turn!!  Do you have any other suggestions that we can add to our list of Halloween Party Games for Kids?  If so, share in the comments below.

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27 Comments

  1. Sinead Tobin says:

    me and my friends are going to do it crafty mom.

  2. I love all of your creative ideas! I just have to try them myself too! This was a very helpful website!

  3. Amazing ideas! Thank you!
    Just wished you would provide the links which are stated on the various pages.
    ie: Pumpkin Twister

    1. Jamie Sanders says:

      not sure what you mean, I did link to pumpkin twister. (click on the word pumpkin twister, its a link)

  4. Great idea! Thank for your sharing! so cute

  5. I love these ideas. My daughter is turning 4 in November and this is her first party….let alone Halloween party. Thanks

  6. Susan Dubose says:

    I am always looking for games and my sons school just sent home a note about some fun activities and this may be one of them.

  7. Thanks so much for so many fantastic original games for older kids and adults. We are going to use some of these ideas since we’re home bound for the next several weeks.

  8. I am always looking for games and my sons school just sent home a note about some fun activities and this may be one of them.

  9. Adam Axford says:

    These are really cool games and ideas for children. They would definitely love these games. Thanks for sharing this wonderful idea.

  10. Great games! Off to print them out for my kiddos!

  11. We have 4 children from 10 to 20 and they enjoyed making almost all of the games and loved playing them even more. Thank you from Brian from Floridas Nature Coast

    1. That is so lovely , as most teens would be to cool to participate.

  12. Very fun, good and creative ideas!

  13. Naomi Hopkins says:

    I going to Do this

  14. Amazing Halloween games lists for kids.

  15. Many thanks from Koala VietNam.
    My kids love your games very much.

  16. great ideas – thanks from Ireland !!

  17. Clare Kennedy says:

    neat list thank you so much

  18. Great ideas for a Halloween Birthday party! Thanks

  19. Wonderful ideas for kids at home as well as can be used at school as well. Thanks.

  20. Doreen Dickerson says:

    Thank you for the ideas??