Looking for a safe alternative to handing out candies at Halloween? These inexpensive loot bags are great to hand out for classroom gifts or at home parties.
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Two players per team. Winner wraps their partner completely in toilet paper first (up to the neck only of course).
One of the oldest Halloween games. Everyone takes turns trying to remove apples from a bucket of water using only their mouth.
Set up pins (use empty bottles or whatever you have laying around). Players take turns trying to knock over the "pins" using mini pumpkins.
Set up a candy station filled with bowls of various candies. Everyone gets to fill a bag on their way out.
Have friends over and watch scary movies.
Set up various foods (spaghetti, grapes, miniature pickles) in bowls. Everyone is blindfolded and has to guess what body part the food is (brains, eyeballs, fingers).
Bake Cupcakes or Cookies and decorate them with Halloween candies.
Are your kids a bit too old to trick or treat? Have them invite a friend over, dress up and have the shell out candies. Have a sleep over after.
Place gummy worms in crushed oreo cookies. Each player has to dig for worms using their mouth and transfer them into another bucket. The person with the most worms after 2 minutes wins.
Buy "bones" from the Dollar Store and hide them throughout the house. Give everyone clues as to where they are hidden. The final clue leads to a treasure chest filled with candy.
Using yarn or tape make an obstacle course that participants have to climb through/over and under without touching.
Place a cookie on your forehead. Each player has to try and get the cookie into their mouth without using their hands. The first person to eat the cookie wins.