Halloween Games for 5-7 Years


Halloween Word Searches for 5-7 years:

Halloween Word Search (1)
Halloween Word Search (2)

Jigsaw Puzzles for 5-7 years:

Jigsaw Puzzle 1 (12 pieces) ,, Jigsaw Puzzle 2 (12 pieces) ,,
Jigsaw Puzzle 3 (12 pieces)
,, Jigsaw Puzzle 4 (12 pieces) ,,
Jigsaw Puzzle 5 (12 pieces)
,, Jigsaw Puzzle 6 (12 pieces)
Jigsaw Puzzle 7 (12 pieces) ,, Jigsaw Puzzle 8 (12 pieces) ,,
Jigsaw Puzzle 9 (12 pieces)

Online Halloween Games for 5-7 years:
(may need to download plugins)

Alvin & The Chipmunks Meet Frankenstein Match Game
Alvin & The Chipmunks Meet Frankenstein Memory Game
Benn & Jerry’s – Boogie Bones
Benn & Jerry’s – Virtual Pumpkin
Halloween Pumpkin Catch Game

Halloween School Games:

Halloween ClassRoom Games:

Game Title: “Guess the Ghost”

Supplies: White Table Cloth, Throw or Bed Sheet
Preparation: Split children into groups of 3-7 and separate them in their groups throughout the classroom

Game Play: Have the children elect a ghost and cover them with the sheet. Help the ghost back into the room with the rest of his or her group. The other groups must guess who is the ghost.


  • (If permissible). Make the challenge more difficult by asking the ghost to take his or her shoes before the others guess.
  • Change the game entirely to “Who’s the Witch”, by using a black or dark green blanket for cover and topping the child with a Witches hat..

Game Title: “Hungry Pumpkin”

Supplies: Pumpkin trick or treat pail, 2-3 small candy bars (or a special alternative – such as stickers, pencils etc) per child.

Game Play: Have the children line up – single file in the classroom, gym or outside (depending on the weather). Provide each child with their candy bars and allow them to take turns tossing their allotted bars into the mouth – for every bar or alternative they get in the pail – give them 1 to take home as the prize.

Activity Title: “Skeleton Race”

Supplies: Paper skeleton parts (1 set for each child, or let children work in pairs), Printable skeleton parts for a team (from Northwest Territories & Nunavut Girl Guides), Brads or glue

Preparation: Cut out skeleton parts. Punch out holes for children to use brads to connect the bones. Place skeleton sets in sacks for each team.

Game Play: Give each child/team a sack. When you say ‘Go’, the children take out the skeleton parts and construct the skeletons (in any way they choose). Award prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd fastest times. Give additional prizes for kookiest skeleton, scariest skeleton, etc.

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Here is just a small sampling of some cool kids Halloween games (included in the Ultimate Halloween Party Games For Kids book) that will make your party a hit with kids of all ages!

Wrap the Mummy

  • I’ve often used this game in classroom parties, and it’s always a hit.
  • Divide the children into groups of three to five kids.
  • Select one child in each group to be a mummy.
  • Then give the other children a roll of toilet paper or crepe paper.
  • Instruct them to wrap the mummy with the paper, leaving the eyes, nose and mouth uncovered.
  • The first group to be done with their roll of paper, wins.

Make the Zombies Laugh

  • Tell all the children to lie still on the floor like a zombie.
  • Select one child to be “it”.
  • That child’s job is to make the other children laugh.
  • “It” can make funny faces, dance, act silly, whatever inspires him or her.
  • Once a “zombie” laughs, he or she can join “it” in attempting to make the group laugh.
  • Whoever holds out the longest without laughing is the winner.

Pin the Nose on the Pumpkin

  • Tack a large cardboard pumpkin to a wall.
  • In turn, blindfold each child and give them a black cutout shape of a nose with double-side tape on the back.
  • Have them walk up to the wall and pin the nose on the pumpkin.

Halloween Costume Parade

  • Why not hold a kids’ Halloween costume parade?
  • Kids can show off their Halloween costumes, by parading down the length of the party room one by one.
  • You can give prizes for the scariest, prettiest, most stylish or most imaginative costume.

Best Dressed Pumpkin Competition

  • You might be very crafty with real or plastic pumpkins for the kids to decorate; or you may prefer to cut out pumpkin shapes from orange card and provide the children with stickers, pens and glitter to make a best-dressed pumpkin. These kids Halloween games are real winners

Eyeball Hunt Game

  • Fill a large pot with cooked spaghetti noodles, and then bury ping pong balls in the noodles.
  • See who can find the most balls in a set amount of time.
  • For an added twist you can color code the balls and have each color worth a different amount of points.
  • After the set amount of times, count up the points earned by each player.

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