Friday, October 31, 2014

Halloween Party Games ~ Enter At Your Own Risk!

Planning a Halloween classroom party for your kiddos can seem scary, but it doesn't have to be!  Pictured below are some easy, inexpensive, and FUN ideas to use.  Let the “fang-tastic” fun begin! 

I bought Halloween napkins and stapled 4 pieces of paper inside.  The students drew things that reminded them of Halloween on each page or wrote a spooky story. 

One of the favorite areas....decorating sugar cookies and "Swamp Juice"!
Swamp Juice ~ Grape Kool-aid & Orange Juice

Don't forget to play Halloween music to make "SPIRITS" bright! 

Bugs & Hisses, 


  1. Looks like you had a great party. Love the swamp juice, I am going to have to remember that one for next year.

    Luv My Kinders

  2. I just loved the pictures you have shared here. My son loves Halloween and asking me to plan a Halloween party this year but I never did that before. So, to do it now I am looking for a party planner who can help me. Can you suggest me any?


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