Mystery Bowls: Fill separate bowls with baggies of pudding, cold pasta, and peeled grapes, then cover each bowl with black felt and place bowls on a table. Have kids take turns closing their eyes and sticking their hands into the bowls to feel the different "body parts" in each one. Party Games, Treats, Halloween Parties Ideas, Fun Games, Halloween Parties Games, Halloween Games, Kids, Halloweenparti, Mystery Bowls
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23 Fun Halloween Games, Treats and Ideas for your Halloween Party - good for Harvest carnival and craft ideas for the make it days beforehand.
Using a large hatbox from the crafts store, cut a hole in the lid; make sure the hole is large enough for your hand to fit through. Then cover the lid and the box with Halloween-theme scrapbook papers and add a decorative-edge border on the sides. Glue fringed garland around the opening to discourage peeking. Spell out "Mystery Box" on the top with stickers.
Halloween Game: Ghostly Bowling Put a spooky spin on backyard bowling with these tricks. Wrap a black basketball in gauze and add large googly eyes. Dress up recycled soda bottles like ghosts by gluing white batting to the top of each bottle lid. Kids can take turns rolling the ball into the "ghosts" to score points
Halloween Decor: Going Batty Cut pieces of wide black florist ribbon about 10 inches long and make a knot in the center of each piece. Attach adhesive googly eyes to each side of the knot and attach to a piece of wire.