10 Inexpensive And Fun DIY Kids Party Games For Halloween


It was so much fun to host the Halloween parties when your kids were so little and younger. You did adding fun decorations, food, and even some games for Halloween. If you have a plan to host your Halloween party this year, it is amazing. You can use these fun games we think the best to play with kids and guests. These are easy to put together with some inexpensive supplies you can get from the Dollar Tree or Dollar Store.

Pin The Spider

It is so much fun to play the classic game called Pin the Tail on the Donkey. Here, it is a Pin the Spider you can play. It is a super easy DIY project you can make by hunting the cheap spider webs at the Dollar Store. Otherwise, you can use cardstock or construction paper. We found this one on Esty and it is in form of the digital file you can download and then print off the chosen paper. You need to spend less than $10 to get the web along with the colorful little spiders.

Source: Etsy.com

Pin The Spider

Count The Candy Corn

This game is so easy for kids to play at Halloween. What you should do is to fill an empty fish bowl or glass ave with candy corn. Make sure that you count the corn as you go so you know how many of them in the jar. Kids need to guess how many candies in the jar. The closest one becomes the winner.

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Tutorial: bhg

Count The Candy Corn

Halloween Cornhole

This is a fun game for kids to play. Actually, it is a traditionally adult game that you can turn into the highpoint of the Halloween party with a few perks. The DIY cornhole game is so easy t make with the spooky spiderwebs and spiders to create the perfect party game during Halloween. This game is great for tabletop even though you want to play it outside but you can make it a little bit larger. It is more affordable compared to the traditional cornhole game to buy. You can even use mismatched socks to make this game, especially for the beanbags.

Tutorial: craftsunleashed

Halloween Cornhole

Halloween Ghost Toss

The game is a little bit similar to the cornhole, but it offers a few differences. To make this game, you will need one board. You are not throwing bags into the cornhole board. But, you have to throw them into the ghost. The bags are from orange so you can use black balloons you fill with flour. It is so much fun for kids to play this game and it is so easy to make.

Tutorial: messforless

Halloween Ghost Toss

Halloween Bingo

Bingo is a fun and popular game for Halloween theme. You only have to print off the sheets. After that, you can use them or glue them down onto the cardstock or craft foam in black or orange. Next, use the candy corn or the cute candy pumpkins as the playing pieces. The winner will get the prize.

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Tutorial: crazylittleprojects

Halloween Bingo

Halloween Bucket Toss

You can get a few inexpensive buckets from the Dollar Store. This Halloween game is so fun that you can create it from the bean bags from balloons and then fill them with sand or old socks. Let your kids toss the bags into the buckets. You can even buy the little plastic pumpkins from the Dollar Store.

 

Tutorial: getsboredeasily

Halloween Bucket Toss

Halloween Bowling

There are some reasons why this Halloween bowling game is a must to play. First, it has a super fun look. Second, it is all about repurposing empty tin cans into some nice bowling pins for your kids. Of course, it is about upcycling the empty cans that you can even decorate the cans like mummies, zombies, or whatever. After that, use the DIY mummy ball to knock the cans down.

Tutorial: keepingitsimplecrafts

Halloween Bowling

Halloween Scavenger Hunt

We found this scavenger hunt game on Etsy that you need to pay for just $3.50. You even can print off the cards and then let your kids use the cards to find everything on htis list. It is easy to make this as your DIY project. To start, determine the objects your kids should hunt for and then hide them strategically around your lawn or house. It is so much fun for kids to play. They have to hunt the objects shown on the cards.

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Source: Etsy.com

Halloween Scavenger Hunt

Marshmallow Toss Game

The game below is great for younger kids and you can put them together easily. Marshmallows are super soft and they will never hurt even though they are flying objects. To start, you need to prepare a few small cups and then decorate them in a Halloween theme. This game is great to play indoor when the weather is so bad.

Tutorial: hgtv

Marshmallow Toss Game

Pin The Face On The Pumpkin

The game is a little bit similar to Pin The Tail On The Donkey. The game is full of fun for all ages. Adults will love to play this, too. It is super cheap and easy to make that you can even start with a pumpkin and a collection of facial features. Your kids have to show their best effort on how to put the facial features on the pumpkin when they are blindfolded. This project is so fun for everyone.

Tutorial: tatertotsandjello

Pin The Face On The Pumpkin


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