Halloween Carnival Games

CARNIVAL Halloween plays Bobbing Of Apples. Make this traditional game even scarier by filling the bobbing tub with milk and adding coloring to the red food. …

Guess how many seeds there are. …

Bingo on Halloween. …

Halloween Hunt at Graveyard. …

Mum Wrap. …

Have Their Brains. …

Pin the Wart on the bruise. …

Time for Scary Story.

Play games

One volunteer committee would be responsible for choosing the carnival games and events and locating volunteers to decorate each station and individual.

Can require events to:

Cake Walk: From parchment, cut 20 pumpkin forms, label them and tape them into a wide circle on the surface. Have a number to each participant stand on. Watch tracks from Halloween 2020, for example, “The Monster Mash.”Each person is standing on a numerated pumpkin as the music ends. The leader draws a number, and a cake, cupcake, or cookie wins the participant standing on that number.

Fishing for Treats: Using a large cardboard box or a portable wall to build a partition. Decorate one side of the partition with a motif from under the water. Build fishing poles with a rope tied to long wooden dowels and connect clothespins to the ends of the line. Children hunt for food one at a time by hoisting the fishing line’s clothespin end over the partition. A volunteer hiding on the other side puts candy on the clothespin, gives the line a little tug — indicating that a “fish” has been caught — and the child pulls the line back over.

Trick-or-Treat Village: Volunteers have been decorating large cardboard boxes beforehand to look like houses (hunted or otherwise). Set up the houses at the carnival so they feel like a family, and have one volunteer seated inside every house with a candy stash. At the homes the kids instead trick-or-treat. This game is excellent preparation for very small children learning how to knock at a fence, tell trick-or-treat, and show good etiquette when telling thank you before going to the next room.

Bean Bag Toss: Paint on a wide piece of plywood an image of a pumpkin, then cut out holes where the eyes, nose, and mouth go. Lean the plywood against a board, or add braces to it, and keep it up. Hand over three bean bags to each participant and award them small candies to throw the bags through the holes (or just try).

Bingo Halloween: Set up one classroom to create a bingo hall. Make or buy Bingo Cards with Halloween style. Tell an instructor or parent to become the evening free bingo operator. Play multiple games of bingo and award a candy bar or other reward to the winner of each round.

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