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What Can Kids Do At A Halloween Party

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Kids find Halloween parties are as exciting as they mingle with their friends and age mates. However, they will need more fun activities to keep them engaged for the entire day. So why don’t you think of some favorite games that they can play after they have finished decorating all pumpkins and sang all Halloween songs?

There are quite several party games that your kids could indulge in during the Halloween holiday. However, you need to choose a game that is fit for your kids, depending on their ages.

Below are some of the fun Halloween games that your kids can play during this special event.

1. Halloween feel box


This is a popular Halloween game that you can engage your kids in. You can make them some slimy boxes with some household items, including utensils and seats, and leaving the kids to feel their way inside the boxes. There are different ideas in which you can make the feel boxes, but you need to bring some bit of a challenge that the kids should enjoy after concurring.

2. Pumpkin hunting

This game involves finding hidden pumpkins. One kid or one rival group may hide the pumpkins in some darkrooms leaving the other group with idea on where to find them.

The game is more fun if time restriction is maintained where the other group should find the hidden pumpkins within the given period of time. The group that succeeds in finding most pumpkins within the given time becomes the winners. You can also get similar toy games on

3. Dance events


You can also let your kids dance to some fine music tunes. The music should stop when the kids have a freeze, and the winner should be the kid who stands still as other kids succumb to the freezing.

4. Wiggle worm race

This kind of game will keep your kids active the whole day as they run from one spot to another while still keeping their worms intact.

These Halloween games require both mental and physical actions. They are games that will keep your kids engaged for the entire day as getting time to interact with your friends in the Halloween celebrations.