This is a great competitive team mixer for the fall. Cut up pumpkins into 8-10 pieces. Break your group into teams of 5 or 6. Have a supply of round wooden toothpicks. Give each group two minutes to put its “jig-saw puzzle” pumpkin back together, using the toothpicks to hold the pieces in place. The […]
Here’s a Halloween variation of the ‘pass the parcel’ game we typically play at kid’s parties in Australia. Scoop out a pumpkin as you would to make a jack-o-lantern. Carve out a face, but don’t make the holes too big otherwise the ‘brains’ will fall out too quickly. (Alternatively, you could just draw a face […]
Pick three groups of three people each. Give each a roll or two of toilet paper. Make sure you give each team the same amount. Two people wrap up (like a mummy) the third person in the group. The object of the game is to: See who can wrap up their “mummy” first or who […]
If you ask children what their favorite holiday is, the most likely response from most children will be Christmas, with Halloween coming in a close second. Some children will choose Halloween as their first favorite. But this holiday, with all its goblins and ghouls, likely makes the top two favorite holidays on most children’s’ lists.
2 to 4 kids are to race while milking rubber gloves. Set up the gloves on saw horses or around chests of guys on all fours to make the cow. Make very small pin holes in the tips of the fingers of the gloves. Have a measuring cup to see who wins and […]