Kids and teens enjoy party games. Make your party game twice the fun with tension building horror music and fun, ghoulish games. Add the following Halloween party games to your list of Halloween music, food, and fun for a Halloween Party that is sure to be a hit.
Lights: Sight is another of the five sense that you should consider when putting together a party. A few orange, green, or purple lights will help set a cool, spooky mood.
A class party for Halloween can include costumes, treats, music, stories, and of course party games. For this particular party, you will want to plan and play party games that are Halloween themed. This will keep the theme of the Halloween party and still allow children to play games. Here are some ideas for a few class party Halloween games.
Don’t forget to have a scary story telling time as well. Ask one of your guests or friends to tell a story to the kids at the party. Avoid making the story too scary though.
You can also play a game of halloween al Chairs. For this game, play Halloween music and tell the children to act scary and spooky as they walk around the chairs. Of course you should keep this age appropriate, as it may be easier for smaller children to just walk around the chair rather than acting scary. The regular rules to musical chairs still apply. The child who is not sitting when the music stops is out and a chair is then removed.
Autumn inspired dried corn is a great way to dress up a door, not only for Halloween, but for the entire harvest season. Your dried corn will last and last because it won’t be exposed to the elements or squirrels outdoors. Display a beautiful harvest autumn corn display on your dorm door decorated with some vibrant orange ribbon with a few plastic pumpkins or other plastic Halloween inspired trinkets placed on it.
Heavy on classic rock and the Eagles? Sure. But there is a place on this list for the fun (Monster Mash and Addams Family), while still making most of this list very fun and enjoyable to people of all ages.