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  • Jacklyn Gorman

    Mystery bowls! It's Written on the Wall: 23 Fun Halloween Games, Treats and Ideas for your Halloween Party

  • Barbara Otto

    This is an oldie but goodie but still a very fun game for the kids. See what they suggest you put in the "mystery Bowls"

  • Creative Converting

    #HalloweenParty kids activity - mystery bowls!

  • Andrea Stallings

    Halloween Party Game - Find more Halloween Party Ideas at http://www.birthdayinabox.com/party-ideas/guides.asp?bgs=71

  • Natalie McCall

    Halloween party games - THE KIDS LOVED GUESSING WHAT WAS IN THE MYSTERY BOWLS

  • Lisa Bates

    Halloween Game: 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. Tip: Take pictures of kids' expressions as they reach into the bowls; send them as party favors after the night is over!

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Kids stick their hands into different bowls & try to guess what they're feeling