Although adults can take part in the Halloween Carnival. The most important thing is that Halloween is a children’s holiday. Besides trick-or-treating and dressing. Halloween parties are one of the many activities that children can look forward to every Halloween. If you plan to attend and host your children’s party this year. Then, there is one thing you need to think about it, which are kids Halloween Games.
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Halloween Games for Kids
When planning children’s party games, remember that many games have only one winner. So, please be sure to play enough games so that every child becomes a winner. Or consider offering second and third place prizes to help avoid hurt feelings. If you don’t want to use candy as a prize, Halloween party favors, and small toys can also be a great idea for a prize.
Ghostly musical chairs
Almost everyone is familiar with the musical chair game, so you don’t need to explain the rules in detail. All you need is a chair, which is less than the number of children attending the party (for example, 9 chairs with 10 children). Cover the chair with white sheets and draw some eyes and mouth on the chair so that they look like ghosts. Arrange the chairs in a row or circle. To play the game, play some music while the children are sitting in chairs and walking. When the music stops, the child who is left without a chair is out. Remove the chair and continue playing until there is only one child left.
Dress the scarecrow
If your dad’s old clothes are available at your house, this is a fun game for children. Divide the children into teams and give all the teams some clothes for their scarecrow. Jeans or work clothes, flannel shirts, shoes, gloves, and straw hats are typical, although you can use whatever you have on your hand. A child in the team is a scarecrow and must be a standstill, while others on the team must dress. The first team to complete the scarecrow will be the winner.
Meet my mummy
For this, you will want to once again divide the children into teams. And ask a child voluntarily for a mummy (preferably a child, if you play two games at the same time, none of them is a scarecrow. .) Give each team a roll. Use toilet paper and ask them to wrap your team members in mummies (you can also use Halloween colored ribbons if you want). The one who finishes first will win.
Pin the nose on the jack-o-lantern
Make a big pumpkin out of cardboard, or make one out of construction paper and pin it on the bulletin board. Use paint or glue on the eyes and mouth of the jack-o-lantern, leaving the area where the nose should be empty. Cut out a few yellow triangles, write the child’s name on the front, and stick a small piece of double-sided tape on the back. Blindfolded children, let them try to fix the nose where it belongs. To make the game more difficult, rotate the child a few times before having them pin the nose on.
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Almost all children’s party games with children’s creativity can be converted into Halloween games. Of course, please allow plenty of time to participate in snacks and popular costume competitions.