27 Fun Halloween Party Games For Kids

Looking for fun Halloween party games for kids to introduce at your next spooky bash? This list of 27 kid-friendly activities is holiday approved and promises loads of laughs.

fun Halloween party games for kids

This year, your brood of ghouls and monsters will be looking for a list of outdoor activities that will entertain and keep to the holiday spirit. While it’s always important to have a few batches of Halloween cookies on hand, it’s also critical for parents to do a bit of pre-planning and get their DIY Halloween games for kids in order before their Monster Mash kicks off.

This October 31st, things might feel a little different – perhaps even a bit scaled-down – but that shouldn’t affect the level of FUN! Whether you want to start your day out with a Halloween egg hunt, pumpkin bowling, a few free printables, or work off some energy with a pumpkin patch stomp, this Halloween games round-up has you covered. 

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27 Fun Halloween Party Games For Kids

27 Halloween Games For Kids

Looking for fun Halloween party games for kids to introduce at your next spooky bash? This list of 27 kid-friendly activities is holiday approved and promises loads of laughs.

Scavenger hunts, ghost races, and mini pinatas – oh my! I hope this spook-tacular round up of fun Halloween games for kids gave you some pretty incredible ideas for your party.

Handmade activities are always HUGE bonuses whenever we show up for a good time. It’s that extra touch that goes a long way. And besides, most of these options get the kids MOVING. That is something we desperately need these days. Backyard fun, outside activities, fresh air goodness!

Boardgames can wait until winter, right?

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