Game ideas and activities for your Halloween party

Ebony Williams, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on

Published in Entertaining

The countdown to Halloween has kicked off.

If your spooky season plans involve a cozy night in, you may want to consider some Halloween-themed games. We’ve rounded up a few the whole family will love.

Trunk or treat

Whether you’re gearing up for a night on the town, having people over or staying in with the kids, trunk or treat is a great way to start off Halloween night. Decorate your trunk and allow trick-or-treaters the joy of seeing your creative designs while snagging some candy.

Scavenger hunt

Who doesn’t love a good scavenger hunt? Halloween scavenger hunts are perfect for all ages — especially if there’s a prize to win at the end. Online shops like Etsy and Sunny Day Family have great print outs for $1.49. Or you can check out a DIY version on YouTube.



Halloween bingo will always be a hit. Free printable designs are perfect to get the party started. Kids can use their favorite candy as bingo chips, and be sure to have a prize at the end.

Cauldron toss

A spooky play on beer pong, the cauldron toss includes mini cauldrons filled with your drink of choice and tiny candy pumpkins.

Mummy bowling

Any plastic bowling set can be transformed into a frightfully fun Halloween version of the game. You’ll just need some gauze bandages (or toilet paper) and some googly eyes.

If you want the pins without the work, Amazon sells their own version of monster pins for $25.99.


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