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These fun and easy-to-play Halloween party games for kids will make it a little more spooky. Include a few of these games when hosting a party at home or in the classroom. We've provided both active and quiet games to settle over excited goblins down before heading home.
These games give you the opportunity to introduce your child to the fun and traditions of Halloween - so enjoy!
For starters, it’s very easy to adapt more classic kid party games to Halloween.
You can start by taking inspiration from traditional favorites to come up with additional ideas for any type of holiday party games for kids, for example: • Pass the Parcel becomes Pass the Pumpkin • What's the Time Mister Wolf becomes What's the Time Mister Monster • Simon Says becomes Scary Susan Says...and so on.
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Combine dressing up in costumes with free candy and you create a kid friendly holiday!
Although October 31st is a favorite holiday for children it does come with it's own unique dangers that all parents and caregivers should be mindful of. With a few basic safety measures your family can have a fun and safe celebration!
KEEP COSTUMES SAFE
To ensure a safe and fun night, first plan your child's costume wisely. From masks to footwear all parts should be considered for comfort and safety.
* All holiday costumes and accessories should be flame resistant - masks, capes, wigs, beards and hats. * Whenever possible try to avoid masks for children. Obstructed vision can easily lead to accidents. Make up is safer and more comfortable.
However, if you choose to use a mask or child is begging for one.... they should be made with soft, comfortable material and allow for a full field of vision.
* It's really best to wear sneakers for trick-or-treating. They are comfortable and * Swords, knives, wands, etc. should have no sharp edges or points and preferably made with foam or cardboard.
* Children should be taught never to eat the candy they've received until you have carefully inspected it . * It's best to throw away unwrapped candy, homemade items and fruit. * Keep small candies from children under the age of five, it is a choking hazard.
INJURIES and ACCIDENTS
When participating in the frenzied quest for candy kids can get injured. Most parents provide flashlights to avoid auto injuries but less serious accidents can also occur due to falling. * Make sure your child's costume is the correct length to avoid tripping. * Not only will a flashlight let drivers see your child but it will improve your child's visibility. * Walk on sidewalks, walkways, driveways and well lit streets only. * Attach a few strips of reflective tape to costumes.
Abduction is an ugly reality, but as parents we must take precautions to ensure the safety of our children. Never let a child trick-or-treat alone. Adults or older children should always be supervising.
In our family we have rule that we only visit
homes with decorations, jack-o-lanterns and
neighbors we know.