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    fun idea for the circus party!

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    Glow in the dark ring toss. Glow necklaces + Paper towel roll = night time entertainment

    Momma Did It: Light Up the Night

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    Ring Toss

    Cirque du CarnEVIL...2012

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    Extremity Ring Toss

    Bloody Ring Toss

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    Make a body parts toss game / photo op

    The Body Part Toss Game | Halloween Alliance

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    Hand out treats in black paper bags made to look like grave markers. Fill the bags with Halloween candy or dark-chocolate chip cookies.

    Throw a Halloween Vampire Party

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    The shake-all-the-ping-pong-balls-out-of-the-kleenex-box-in-a-minute game. This would be HILARIOUS game to watch! I HAVE TO DO IT!!!! HAHAHAHA

    cloud8: Super Massive Recap Post

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    Cupcake Walk Summary: This game is just like the classic cake walk played at carnivals, just a miniature version Ages: From 3 to 10 Recommended Number of Players: Between 6 and 15 Equipment: Cupcakes Cardstock or Construction Paper with numbers 1 through 15 (if you have less than 15 players, only have as many numbers as you need) Slips of paper with as many numbers as you have on the floor CD player and a music CD Set Up: Decorate the cupcakes Tape the numbers to the floor in a circle Have the CD player plugged in close to the circle of numbers How to Play: Play a song for a few seconds while the guests walk around the circle from number to number. When the music stops, draw a number that corresponds to the numbers on the floor. The girl standing on the number that was drawn out of a hat gets to choose what cupcake she wants. The player that won the cupcake leaves the game and takes the number she was standing on with her. Then the music begins again as the remaining girls walk the circle. Winner: Non-competitive Variation: If you have many players, then do not play elimination style as listed above. Just have as many games as you cupcakes. Have the girls decorate the cupcakes first. Then while playing, the winner of the round can pick the cupcake, but it can not be the one she decorated. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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    You Can't Say That Summary: A party game where the guests are given a word they cannot say during the whole event Ages: From 14 and up Recommended Number of Players: 5 or more Equipment: One beaded necklace for each player A large safety pin would also work in place of the beaded necklace Set Up: Give each player one beaded necklace to wear How to Play: Choose a word that your guests can not say during the whole party. If you are at a baby shower, the word could be "baby", or at a birthday party the word could be "birthday." The trick is to choose a word that is likely to come up in conversation often. Give each guest a beaded necklace as they come to the party. Let them know what word they are banned from saying. If anyone at the party hears a player say this word, they turn to that person and say "You Can't Say That!" and then takes the beaded necklace from that player and puts it around their own neck. If a player has more than one necklace and is heard saying the forbidden word, then the player gives ALL her necklaces to the player who caught her. Winner: The player with the most necklaces at the end of the party wins a prize.

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    Mad Scientist Summary: Mad Scientist is a Halloween game where the players feel old "body parts" and try to guess what the real contents of the box is. Ages: From 10 to adult Recommended Number of Players: Between 3 and 25 Items Needed for the Body Parts: Brain: Head of cauliflower with mashed tomatoes smeared on top Eyes: Two frozen peeled grapes Heart: A lump of uncooked liver Hair: A handful of corn silk Blood: Ketchup thinned with warm water Hand: A cold plastic glove filled with red gelatin Ear: A dried apricot Nose: A pickle or hot dog Worms: Wet spaghetti Additional Equipment Needed: Bowls or plates to put each body part on One box for each body to hide in Candles if you are playing with adults Set Up: Line the “body parts” up on a table or counter and cover each with an upside down cardboard box with a hole cut out of the bottom. Write the name of the “body part” on the outside of the box, like “eyes,” “brains,” etc. The trick to the game is to keep the lights low so guests can’t see what the real contents of the boxes are. If you playing with adults, you can use candles to add to the ambience. How to Play: Tell the players that they are in the secret lab of a mad scientist. He is almost ready to put assemble his "creation." The old dead body parts from other people that he will use to make his own creature are here on the table. To make the game a tad bit scarier, say these next words while pointing to the appropriate box. Use your "mad scientist" voice. *Here is his brain, which now feels no pain. *Here are his eyes, still frozen with surprise. *Here is his heart. Be careful lest it start! *Now we have his hair, which once was so fair! *Feel these drops of his blood. All the rest turned to mud. *One hand all alone, just rotting flesh and bone. *Now touch his ear. He nevermore will hear! *This is his nose. T'will never smell a rose. * These worms are all that's left to feel. For them, this body was a lovely meal! Each player must then put their hand into the hole of each box and feel the “body part.” On a piece of paper, have them write down what are the true items in the boxes. Winner: The player who accurately guesses the true items of the body parts wins the game.

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