Halloween is in a month, and everyone who’s organizing parties this year is puzzling over decor, treats and other things connected with parties. Activities and games are among the points that you need to think over, and today’s roundup will help you: here are DIY Halloween games for kids’ parties.
Here’s a super fun activity…pumpkin golf! It is totally perfect for classroom parties at school, trunk or treat game, or just because you need to keep the kids entertained! And the bonus part is that it’s super easy and you can reuse it year after year! You could get a couple different sized pumpkins with different size of mouths and make each pumpkin worth points. Here’s a quick tip: it helps to have a backboard, wall, or curb so you aren’t chasing missed balls everywhere!
Make a DIY Halloween tic-tac-toe. If you are looking for something that’s not candy to give little ones, why not try this cute DIY game? A fun activity for the car or classroom party. Choose colors and shades that you like and enjoy.
This DIY Trick or Treat game would be perfect for a Halloween classroom party but we are just going to use it for the trick or treaters that come to the door. This could easily be made into a fun matching game. Uncover two matching prizes and you win those prizes. And the more mini pumpkins the better! Otherwise, it’s a fun Trick or Treat game to use in a classroom party or for the trick or treaters that come to your door.
Looking for an easy family night game, something to keep the kids busy or even a Halloween party game? This one is fun, easy and FREE! You just need some dice (and the free printable) to play. You could also just use the pieces as a puzzle for younger kids or hide them in rice to find and put together as fast as they can. Don’t be tied to the instructions on the page either, make it as simple or difficult as you like depending on who you have playing.
Here’s a simple printable Halloween bingo game at our little treat to you! It’s a perfect thing to bring to the kid’s Halloween parties at school. There are six different bingo cards for you to download and print. Then just grab some candy corns for your bingo markers and you’re ready to play!
Probably the easiest Halloween game in the history of Halloween games. Grab a chalkboard house and a tub full of foam Halloween stickers and happy haunted house building! Let your kids chalk the house on the chalkboards themselves to inspire more creativity.
This handmade tic tac toe was created with the kids – they really spent some time making tic tac toes themselves of salty dough and so this is not only a game afterwards but also an activity with kids. Let them create the shapes they like and colors they prefer.
Here’s a super easy way to decorate a tabletop cornhole board for a fun Halloween game! Depending on the age of your kids, they can put the whole thing together. This would also be a great project and game for a Halloween party! Hope you all have a great time with your cornhole Halloween game!
The old “peeled grapes for eyeballs” classic has become my favorite go-to activity for Halloween gatherings. Make a reusable box set with your kids and have fun playing with them! you’ll find printables for the game, too, and the whole tutorial.
Here are two different Halloween matching games with free printables. These activities are amazing for toddlers, so your kids will definitely have a lot of fun while developing their reaction and memory.
Let’s play Halloween tic-tac-toe on family game night! This is a great craft for children and parents – a far cry from playing video games and no interaction with family members.