Planning a Halloween Party for your kids? The Finest Magazine will provide you a list of fun party games that appeal to all ages. It is time to have fun with five amazing and creative party games for your kids and your family members in this Halloween occasion!
In this game, kids will gather around a table and make ghost lollipops. When the lollipops are done, kids can tie equal lengths of ribbon to each one. Place the ghost pops in the center of a table, forming a circle with the heads facing in and the lengths of ribbon stretched out facing each player. One player is the ghost catcher, and he/she gets a paper cup instead of a lollipop.
Once everyone has their ghosts on the table and the ghost catcher has his cup in hand, play some music, and then stop it at random intervals. When the music stops, the kids must pull their ribbons as the ghost catcher thumps his cup, upside down onto the table in an attempt to catch a ghost inside. When a ghost is caught, the player whose ghost is trapped becomes the new ghost catcher.
Ghosts in the Graveyard
In this game, your backyard becomes a graveyard where you can decorate with tombstone props and mommies. Before the game begins, choose a spot to be served as the safety zone, such as the back porch, the patio, a specific tree or a section of fence.
To play, assign one player to be the ghost. The other players must cover their eyes and count to 100, as the player who is the ghost finds a hiding spot. When they have finished counting, the kids begin wandering around the graveyard, trying not to be caught by the ghost. When the ghost sneaks up on a player, that player must run to the safety zone before being tagged. Anyone the ghost tags before they reach the base is out of the game. Play continues until the ghost tags all but one player. That kid is the winner.
Firstly, blow up as many balloons as you have players. Draw ghost faces on them with a soft-tipped marker. Hang the balloons so that the dangle from the ceiling at a height where kids can reach them. Tie the ribbons loosely around the balloons so they can easily be untied.
After someone says “Go!”, kids will race to untie a ghost and then bust it by sitting on it. When a ghost balloon is popped, that player may collect a prize. Have enough trinket prizes in hand for everyone, but the fastest poppers get the first pick of the prizes.
Ghost with the Most
To play this game, give each kid a ghost-themed treat bag. You can draw ghost faces on white paper bags or purchase the ghost trick-or-treat buckets from the stores. Before the game starts, hide several ghost lollipops all around the party area. Set a timer and let kids hunt as many ghost pops as possible before time runs out. Then, everybody gathers to count the pops. The kid who has the most pops in his bag wins the game.
To start, blow up several balloons. Use a black magic marker to draw ghost faces on the balloons. Have the kids gather to form a circle. Toss one ghost balloon into the circle and challenge the players to keep it from hitting the floor. After a minute or so, toss in a second ghost balloon. Keep increasing the number of balloons and watch players scrambling as they try to keep all of the ghosts afloat.