Halloween

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Rina
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Halloween

Unread post by Rina » 04 Oct 2008, 08:06

Hi
Has anyone ideas , games for a halloween party with kids at the age of 7-10 ?
Would be great!
Thanks
Rina :?:

Chopvac
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Re: Halloween

Unread post by Chopvac » 05 Oct 2008, 15:19

Here are a few quick ideas:

1) Instead of pumpkin carving, let them make pumpkins with paper and glue and carve an actual one yourself. Then stuff them with pumpkin pie.

2) Look for PDF masks to print and let the kids colour them.

3) Find or make wordsearches about Hallowe'en with levels of difficulty to match their ability. (e.g. boo/cat/witch, halloween/pumpkin/nightmare) There are plenty of them to be found.

4) Find a short story that kids can read or participate in telling or acting, preferably with printable images. Or, give the kids a set of vocabulary and a madlib to fill in.

5) Make a skeleton piñata out of newspapers, and fill it with candy.

6) Play a variation on a cakewalk game or musical chairs with themes or words attached instead of numbers.

Rina
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Re: Halloween

Unread post by Rina » 05 Oct 2008, 17:42

Great Chopvac!
Thanks a lot!!!!!!!
Rina

Modesta
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Re: Halloween

Unread post by Modesta » 22 Aug 2019, 08:48

Ghost dance
what do you need
Chair (decorating it would be better!)
music player
Your favorite Halloween song or song.
How to prepare?
Place the chair in a circle on the back (a chair is less than the number of players). Prepare the music player.

In this terrible chair game, the ghost dances in the music around the chair. When the music stops, everyone should sit on one of the chairs. Who stood up and was eliminated. In each of the following rounds, a chair will be removed. What monster will be the winner?


Witch hat
what do you need?
Black cardboard
scissors.
gum.
Hoop (you can make it with pipe cleaner or cardboard).
How to prepare?
Make a few cardboard cones and stick them on a large round base to simulate a witch hat. You can make a cardboard base that you can place to improve stability. Decorate them with all your imagination!

From a certain distance, children should throw basketball and try to tighten them through the top of the hat. No spells! Winner would get the candy in the trick or treat bag.

ЕЕnever123
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Re: Halloween

Unread post by ЕЕnever123 » 25 Oct 2019, 06:47

We have a big company and we often play a game like Jenga. There are plenty of options. But Jenga Game Giant is a cool idea. Give up in detail.https://jenga-game.com/reviews/jenga-giant-js7/

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