Halloween is in a month’s time and everyone who organizes parties this year is puzzling over decor, treats, and other things associated with parties. Activities and games are one of the things to think about and today’s round-up will help you: this is where you can find DIY Halloween games for kids’ parties.
Here’s a super fun activity … Pumpkin Golf! It’s perfect for school class celebrations, suitcase or treats, or just because you need to keep the kids entertained! And the bonus is that it’s super easy and you can reuse it year after year! You could get a couple of different sized pumpkins with different mouth sizes and make each pumpkin worth points. Here’s a quick tip: it helps to have a backboard, wall, or curb so you don’t chase missed balls everywhere!
Make a DIY Halloween tic-tac-toe. If you’re looking for something that isn’t candy for the little ones, try this cute DIY game. A fun activity for the car or the class party. Choose colors and shades that you like and enjoy.
This DIY Trick or Treat game is perfect for a Halloween classroom party, but we’ll only be using it for the trick or treating that comes to the door. This could easily be turned into a fun matching game. Discover two matching prizes and win these prizes. And the more mini pumpkins the better! Otherwise, it’s a fun trick or treat game to use at a classroom party or for any trick or treat that comes to your door.
Are you looking for a simple family night game, something to keep the kids busy, or even a Halloween party game? This one is fun, easy, and FREE! All you need is a few dice (and the free printout) to play. You can also just use the pieces as jigsaw puzzles for younger kids, or hide them in rice to find and assemble as quickly as possible. Also, don’t be bound by the directions on the page, just make it as easy or difficult as you like depending on who you’re playing.
Here is a simple printable Halloween bingo game for you! It’s a perfect thing to take to kids’ Halloween parties at school. You can download and print out six different bingo cards. Then just grab some sweetcorns for your bingo markers and you’re ready to play!
Probably the easiest Halloween game in Halloween game history. Grab a panel house and tub of foam Halloween stickers and happy haunted house buildings! Let your children chalk the house themselves on the blackboards to encourage more creativity.
This handmade tic tac toe was created with the kids – they really spent some time making tic tac toes themselves from salty batter, so this is not just an after-game game but an activity with the kids too. Let them create the shapes and colors they prefer.
Here’s a super easy way to decorate a table cornhole board for a fun Halloween game! Depending on the age of your children, they can put the whole thing together. This would be a great project and game for a Halloween party too! Hope you all have a great time playing your Cornhole Halloween game!
The old classic “peeled grapes for eyeballs” has become my favorite pastime for Halloween gatherings. Make a reusable box set with your kids and have fun playing! You can also find printouts for the game and the entire tutorial.
Here are two different free printable Halloween matching games. 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 tic-tac-toe on Halloween family game night! This is a great craft for kids and parents alike – far from playing video games and without interacting with family members.
Tired of the traditional red and gold Christmas decor? It's time to get some super bold balls and decorations and rock a super bold Christmas tree! Today I am going to share some ideas to boldly decorate an ordinary tree and rock an artificial bold one.
Bold decor for traditional trees
Take your usual tree and boldly decorate it when you are tired of the usual decor. Grab the most colorful ornaments to create an ombre effect on your tree, or just hang them anywhere you'd like to make the tree boho and versatile. You can also try colored lights in place of, or with, ornaments.
Fancy and moody colorful trees
Another idea for getting a super bold tree is to take a white one and cover it with colorful ornaments as much as you want - there just can't be enough for Christmas! Create a candy and candy-inspired Christmas tree, or one by the sea, or a tree inspired by the characters of some cartoons. Or just hang some cute colorful ornaments on a pure white tree - they appear to be floating in the air because of the tree color. Such a fancy tree will make a bold statement for those who are lacking in color or an amazing idea for a nursery. Your children will be delighted to find gifts under such a tree!