What are some fun, easy games for a Pre-school’s Fall/Halloween Party?

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I was talked into heading up my little girl’s fall party at school. (she’s in preschool). The class consists of three and four year olds and I really need help thinking of games that would be fun and easy to understand at their age level. The kids aren’t all 100% on ABC’s, numbers, or colors . . Its a hard level to think on for me. Anyone been through this and have ideas?



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2 thoughts on “What are some fun, easy games for a Pre-school’s Fall/Halloween Party?

  1. Luckily preschool parties don’t last very long. I was a preschool teacher and we had our kids line up in costume and parade through the halls and visit each room. They really liked that. we played games like pin the hat on the witch, musical chairs.I read a halloween story to them and they had their halloween cupcakes or other treats. I also made little goodie bags for them to take home with them. You may find other suggestions here.
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  2. Ghost Bowling: Put paper towels over plastic bowling pins or water bottles and tie with string, add eyes and mouth with marker

    Pumpkin Races: Set up a few kids in teams (3-4 kids per team); have them roll a pumpkin across the room and back and the next child on the team goes until they all have a turn

    What’s in the Box?: Make a "Feely Box" by cutting a hole big enough for small hands and gluing a sock to the opening. then put something fall or halloween related in the box and tape it up. have children reach in and guess what it is. You could put out a basket and paper so they can write their name and answer on it (with help)
    another way you could do this would be to make a few boxes and cut the foot of the socks off so their hand goes through and put a bowl of something that feels weird in the box….cooked spaghetti with oil, jello, cool whip, peeled grapes etc. Make sure to keep baby wipes available!
    References :
    10 years in early childhood ed.

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