Halloween Games

Need some ideas to entertain the little monsters that are coming over for that Halloween party you’re throwing for your kids? We’ve come up with some creative games to amuse your guests! We guarantee they will be fun, engaging, and, of course, filled with spooky spirit!

Eyeball Bounce

You will need:

  • 6+ Ping pong balls
  • Black, green, blue, brown, and red markers
  • 12 disposable cups


An eyeball fit for a party


  1. Before the party begins, make eye balls with colorful irises out of the ping pong balls, one for each participant.
  2. Split the kids up into teams of 2 or 3 and give them the same-colored eye, so they know they are on the same team.
  3. On a hard surface (preferably a wood floor), line up four cups.
  4. On the first cup write 10; write 20 on the second. Write 50 on the third cup and 100 on the one farthest away. Make separate stations for each team.
  5. Have the kids and their team line up about 10 feet from the cups.
  6. Have them take turns bouncing the eyes, in hopes that it lands in a cup.
  7. For every shot made, add the score and determine what eye color is the winner!

Mummy Wrap

You will need:

  • 3 rolls of toilet paper per team


  1. Have pairs wrap each other in toilet paper until one teammate is covered and both rolls are used up.
  2. Race to the finish!
  3. OR- To make it more difficult, place the toilet paper far away from the mummy wrappers, now in teams of 3 or 4.
  4. When the first mummy is wrapped, have them hop to retrieve the second roll and bring it to the third person, who has to wrap the next person.
  5. After he or she is wrapped, they have to hop to retrieve the next roll of toilet paper, trying to not break their own wrapping.

Rise of the Skeleton

You will need:

  • A tack board
  • Paper pins
  • Printouts of a skeleton
Rise of the Skeleton - Free Halloween Game Idea


  1. Take 2 printouts of the same image of a skeleton.
  2. Cut the skeletons into parts. Separate the limbs, torso, head, hands, feet etc.
  3. Divide the kids into two groups.
  4. Now divide the tack board into two sections – one for each group.
  5. Hand out the skeleton cutouts to each team along with the paper pins.
  6. The teams that puts the skeleton back in the right order first wins.

The Skeleton Wears a Bow Tie

You will need:

  • A tack board
  • Paper pins
  • A large skeleton print out
  • Some ribbon
  • A bandana


  1. Fold the ribbon to resemble a bow tie. Put a paper pin through the middle to hold the bow tie together. The pin will also help the kids tack the bow tie on the skeleton.
  2. Tack the large skeleton printout on the tack board using paper pins.
  3. Blindfold one of the kids using the bandana and turn her around twice.
  4. Hand her the bow tie and ask her to pin it on the skeletons neck.
  5. The person who tacks the bow tie closest to the right position wins.

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