Halloween activities will provide you with great resources for this very popular and super spooky holiday! We have searched everywhere to provide a lists of funny games that appear to all ages. These games don’t need a huge budget for supplies or prizes, so it’s very convenient and easy for everyone to join. Let’ see!
1. Pole a Pumpkin
Orange cups, napkins and rubber bands hide tricks and treats in this fun game that puts a new spin on treasure hunting.
You can create your own version of this thrilling Halloween game by hiding prizes inside orange cups and affixing napkins over the tops using rubber bands.
Hot glue the cups to a piece of black foam core in the shape of a pumpkin. Treats could include things like candy, stickers, and small toys. Tricks could include toothpaste, socks, and gag gifts.
2. Witches Hat Toss
Such a great game to play! The witching hour definitely calls for a wickedly fun party game. Everyone’s favorite carnival favorite game of ring-toss is given a twist by using witch hats in place of cones.
Feeling crafty? You can make the witch hats out of craft paper and glue. Short on time? Pick up some readymade witch hats.
3. DIY Monster Bubbles
Are they monsters or disappearing ghosts? Whatever you call them, chasing bubbles is fun for kids of all ages.
4. Halloween Party Photo Props Plus Free Printables
Who’s the fairest of them all? Everyone gets in on the fun posing with free photo props.
Pumpkin carving is a tradition when it comes to Halloween. Spend some creative quality time with your family making jack-o’-lanterns this Halloween.
Spend a fun fall afternoon with your child creating a trick-or-treat candy bag for her to use on All Hallows’ Eve.
7.Host a Halloween party
Throw a kid-friendly Halloween party that screams fun not fright. An inexpensive party is one of those Halloween activities for kids that doesn’t have to be scary. A party can be a hit without scaring your wallet too. Themed games, music and crafts are just some of the Halloween activities for kids to use at your party.
If you’re worried about ghouls and goblins showing up, include a line on your party invitation that encourages family-friendly costumes. A simple, “No scary costumes, please,” should make your message clear. Or skip costumes altogether and tell your partygoers ahead of time to wear their play clothes. For kids, any clothes are the right clothes for a party.
8.Watch a Kid-Friendly Halloween Movie Together
Turn off the porch light and don’t answer the door. Enjoy a quiet evening with your family on the couch. Make your family movie night an event with everything from movie tickets to a concession stand. Then settle in for a night of non-scary Halloween movies.
If your kids are a bit older, watch Halloween movies with a dash of scare to them. Just be sure to watch those movie ratings so you’re not the one who’s frightened when the kids see something they’re not supposed to. The trick is to use this night as a quality time treat, whether you’re watching cartoons or something a bit more edgy.
9.Make Halloween Crafts
Get festive with fun Halloween crafts. Make a ghost and pumpkin tree that’s a perfect decoration indoors or out. Turn your windows into a giant pumpkin with a DIY Halloween window decoration using orange tissue paper and posterboard. Skip the boring orange plastic pumpkin candy pails and help your children create a ghost candy bag or a pumpkin treat bag from household items.
There are so many Halloween craft possibilities at your fingertips that you could start October 1 and still not get through them all. And don’t be afraid to take a more general approach to your decorations. By not being so Halloween specific with carved pumpkins and spooky scarecrows on the front lawn, you can use fall-themed decorations that will last you to Thanksgiving. Get the kids involved in the crafting and turn them into your personal designers for this activity.
10.Bake Halloween Snacks
Parents cringe at the thought of all that Halloween candy sugar packed into their children’s teeth. Use a variety of tactics to limit Halloween treats. Start by making your own goodies with your kids. Spend time in the kitchen together preparing chocolate mice, Halloween spider cupcakes, scarecrow cupcakes, pumpkin bread or other Halloween recipes for kids. Finish off with healthy Halloween treats.
Not only does a cooking activity put you more in control of what your children are eating, it’s also a great way to spend time together. That’s a nice bonus any day of the year, not just at Halloween.
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