Halloween Party Games
Get Your Holiday On has 5 easy & simple Halloween games that are really easy to make! So if you’re in a hurry or need a quick game for a school party! I suggest one of these ideas the most. Plus, kids love them and for busy moms… these work great!🙌
First, here are the items you will need!
5 Easy & Simple Halloween Games
#1 This Glow in the Dark Halloween Skull Party game is simple to make and fun for guests to enjoy! All you need is at least 1 plastic Skull (bought at the Dollar Tree) and glow in the dark necklaces. Have your guests try to land the necklace around the skull. Keep track and see which player gets the best out of ten. This game costs $2 at the Dollar Tree. A perfect game to add to the 5 Easy & Simple Halloween Games.
Skull Ring Toss
#2 This game is a Halloween Pumpkin ring toss game. It is exactly like the skull game only using a more kid-friendly approach. 🙂 Again it was only $2 to make! 🙂
Pumpkin Ring Toss
#3 The Spider Race Halloween game is a lot of fun. We created these DIY Spider Rings to use on the string. It was easy for the players to race each other. All they had to do was blow air to get the spiders to move across the string. The winner got one of the prizes from the prize list, that you can find here!
Spider Race Halloween Game
#4 This Too Cute To Spook Game is really easy & simple to make. We used 15 styrofoam cups and drew ghosts on them. The object of the game is to knock all of the ghosts down. This is a great game for a Halloween party, church event, festival, or a quick and easy trunk or treat game.
Too Cute To Spook Game
#5 Lastly, added to the 5 Simple and Easy Halloween game ideas. We added items we used in other games to combine a larger ring toss game. The more targets they have to throw the rings on the more exciting the game gets.
Halloween Bash Ring Toss Game
Ready to create a whole lot of fun activities for the kiddos? I am right there with you! Next week is our Halloween party at school. I am going to make one of these tasty treats here and surprise my children after school with a night full of autumn fun.
Tip: Don’t forget to grab some glow sticks! It’s the best way to see the kids on Halloween night when it’s dark!