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Halloween Games

We love these creative Halloween party games! Get more ideas here:

For the kids' table, start with a playful palette of bright purples, oranges, and greens for your table linens and partyware:

Playful Halloween Party Table Ideas for Kids & Adults

Party guests tend to linger around the food table, so make yours as engaging as possible:

Family-Friendly Halloween Party

Get crafty at your next party! Find more ways to keep kids entertained here:

Count Dracula Halloween Party for Kids

Cute face painting sets the stage for this fun Circus Halloween party:

Circus Halloween Party for Kids

Handmade beanbags can be used for tons of Halloween games. Get great ideas for Halloween party games here:

Free Halloween Printables and Projects

Little ones will love a carnival-theme Halloween party! Get tips on hosting your own:

Kids' Carnival Party for Halloween

Create a fun Halloween game with decorated paint cans and beanbags. More about this project:

Fun Halloween Party Games for Kids

Fill a clear bowl with candy corn for this Halloween guessing game. More fun Halloween party games:

Fun Halloween Party Games for Kids
  • Katie Doucette

    The are not really supposed to tough the candy. You can put a lid on it so for sure they wont touch the candy. Who ever guesses right or the closest gets the candy! I think it is cute.

  • Debbie Goodis

    It really helps to put another small container with 10 or 20 "for reference" so that people at least have a chance. Otherwise, you might get too small or too big numbers that aren't even close.

  • Kelli Blanton

    We did this at our school carnival this year. The guess's were all over the place! It was fun to watch the little ones guess 27 and some guess 10 million! LOL! Oh well, who gets the closest wins. Our jar had a lid and tape!

  • Alison W.

    Ive done this before and the jar or whatever used was held by an adult then adult let each child look at jar/container. No germs were spread:)

  • Laura Ingram

    I placed the candy corn in a large ziplock bag that is taped. Then I had another large ziplock bag with maybe 100 candy corns in the bag. They use the 100 candy corn bag as a benchmark to estimate the number of candy corns in the large bag.

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Transform a cardboard box into a fun Halloween game! Instructions:

Pumpkin Patch Party for Kids