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

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Ring Toss

Cirque du CarnEVIL...2012

Extremity Ring Toss

Bloody Ring Toss

Make a body parts toss game / photo op

The Body Part Toss Game | Halloween Alliance


Throw a Vampire-Themed Halloween Party

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

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

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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…

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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…

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Mad Scientist

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…

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Object of the Game: This game is played in teams that race to be the first to pass the miniature pumpkins without using their hands. What You Do: Pick teams of about six to eight people and have them stand in a line. You can go boy-girl or random. For a teen party, boy/girl maybe a great ice breaker for the kids. Each team gets a mini pumpkin which the first person places under their chin. The mini pumpkin is passed down the line, person to person by holding it under their chin and…

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What You'll Need: Empty and dry water bottles with caps About 40 small Halloween related items per bottle 10 pound bag of Parakeet Seed or other fine bird seed Funnel that fits bottle mouth Measuring Scoop Craft Glue List of Items Stretch ribbon or cord in orange or black Halloween Pens or Pencils Make sure that your water bottle is completely dry inside or the bird seed will sprout and mold. I've tried using paper towel and a chop stick to dry it out, which works or just sitting…

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Scary Objects - A Memory Game Object of the Game: This game will test each players memory of what they see on a tray full of objects for a short time. What You Do: Using about 20 to 25 different Halloween related items, such as rubber bats, spiders, skulls, ghosts, etc. and place a few of them on a tray. Cover it with a cloth. Give each player a paper and pencil. Players sit in a circle around the tray and the cloth is removed for 60 seconds. When the time is up, replace the cloth…

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Bat Pinata

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The Haunted Body Shop: Body Parts Directory Teenage Werewolf Hearts: Peeled, roasted chestnuts ("good to eat—feel the ridges on your tongue") Bat's Toenails: Whole caraway or cumin seeds; "crush them in your teeth." Batwings: Smoked turkey wings (without the drumstick); beef jerky lightly soaked to soften. Bloody Nuns' Hearts: poached eggs in chunky salsa. Breaking Fingers: Wieners pierced with a thin breadstick; snap in half. (use a skewer to make a hole through the length of the…

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5 Ideas for Outdoor Halloween Decor on a Budget

Tied donut game - Doughnuts on a String How-To Tie a length of rope between two trees. With kids standing under the rope, tie pieces of ribbon to the doughnuts (one per player) and then to the rope so the treats hang slightly above mouth level. Have players start on the count of three. Instruct each to eat an entire doughnut -- no hands allowed -- without letting it fall off the ribbon. The first to finish wins. There's no need for prizes; they've just been eaten.

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Cook and cool at least three boxes of spaghetti noodles before the party. Place it all in a shallow laundry tub. Add one tablespoon of cooking oil per box to keep the noodles from sticking and to ensure maximum slipperiness for your guests. At the bottom of the noodles, slip in three marbles. Let the games begin! Set the noodle-filled tub on the kitchen floor, and put a chair on either side of it. On "Go!," two kids must race each other to find the missing eyeballs, using their bare feet…

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