Halloween Kids Games Continued...
Divide children into teams. Set up a course for them to race on. The children are to run relays sweeping the balloon along the course and back to their team. First team having all their classmates through the course wins.
If you have enough children, divide them into two teams. Each team has a broomstick - which could be the real thing made from twigs if you're brave, or a broomstick handle of the modern variety.. or even some rolled up newspapers covered with brown paper and twigs of card stuck on the bottom!
The kids have to "ride" on their broomsticks to the end of the course and back again, then pass the broomstick to the next child in their team, the first team to finish being the winners. You could design a small obstacle course if you have room, which could include • pumpkins to jump over • a dress-up element, such as monster gloves or witch nose/wig to put on as they start and take off before they pass the broomstick on • throwing an apple, or a plastic frog or snake into a bucket and saying abracadabra... • ...or putting a white sheet over their heads and saying "Wooooooooohhh" like a ghost!
Place a small plastic pumpkin pail or cauldron on the floor or suspended from the ceiling. Measure off a distance of six feet for children or eight feet for adults from the pumpkin pail or cauldron and mark with a piece of colored tape. This is were the player must stand when they try to toss the candy into the plastic pumpkin or cauldron.
Next, hand out six pieces of candy to each player. The candy should all be about the same size. We like to use those miniature candy bars that come in bags around Halloween.
In turn, each player places their toes on the distance line marked with the tape, and then tries to toss all of their pieces of candy into the pail or cauldron one at a time.
When every player has had a turn, the scores are compared and the player who tossed in the most candy wins all of the candy in the plastic pumpkin or cauldron.
FOR LITTLE KIDS............ Have them toss bean bags into a pail, and every time they get one in , they get to pick a piece of candy or small prize from the cauldron.
One of the easiest Halloween kids games to try, you simply fill large mixing bowls with cotton balls and give each guest a spoon. Kids must scoop out as many cotton balls as possible in one minute - without using fingers!
Candy Corn Relay
Divide children into teams. Set up a course for them to race on. Children scoop up candy corn in spoon and race to the end of the course and dump the candy in the bucket. Run back and tag the next person. First team finishing.wins.
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