Halloween Party Games
Make the Halloween Party Spooky and Surprising with these Fun Games
By: totanaliz on: Mon 15 of Oct, 2007 [19:02 UTC] (1037 reads)
Whoever heard of a party without games, and why should a Halloween party be any different?! There are all sorts of ghoulish ghastly games to play aside from the fancy dress, and they are all suitable for little ghouls as well as the big ones!
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You will need: 2 x rolls of (preferably recycled) toilet paper per team.
Split the party into teams, with no more than 5 and no less than 3 in each group. If there are adults present, sprinkle them among younger children OR if the kids are slightly older, pit them against the adults!
Each team needs to nominate a “mummy”
Give each team their toilet roll, and lots of space!
With 5 minutes on the clock, the aim of the game is to create the most realistic mummy.
Pin the Wart on the Witch
Before hand you will need to draw a Witches head on paper and affix it to a wall or board.
Play the game exactly as you would “Pin the Tail on the Donkey”, only with a wart! The aim is to get the wart as close to the end of the witch’s nose as possible. The wart can be created using Blu-tac or gum.
Foul Food Guessing Game
This needs a bit of forethought, but will truly gross-out adults and children alike! And in practise, the children usually do better at this game as well!
Collect brown paper bags, and line them with plastic ones to prevent leakage.
In each of the bags there will be a foul food for each participant to feel their way around and guess what it is. Points should be awarded not only for guessing the correct food (as the adults seem to do) but the best suggestion for what it COULD be (here is where the kids come into their own!)
Here are some suggestions for fillings:
- Cold baked beans
- Cooked spaghetti
- Boiled eggs
- Peeled grapes
- Orange segments
- Vegetable soup
- Mashed bananas
Have a truly gruesome evening!!