Halloween Trick-or-Treat Game Tutorial
If you haven’t come up with a game to play for the kiddos at this year’s Halloween party that your hosting, this is it! The Trick-or-Treat Pumpkin game that every kid will love! Here’s how it’s done..
– Glue Gun
– Large White Poster Board
– Orange Plastic Cups
– 1 Sheet Green Construction Paper
– 1 Halloween Printable (Found HERE)
– 1 Orange Sheet Construction Paper
– Rubber Bands
– Tricks and Treats ( plastic bugs and candy)
– Spider Printable (Found HERE)
– Orange Tissue Paper
– 2 Googly Eyes
First start out by printing out the “Trick-or-Treat” printable and gluing it to a sheet of orange construction paper, then gluing that to the white poster board near the top. (The printable shown in the picture varies from the printable I have available on my blog. Feel free to keep browsing or print mine if you like what you see 😉
Now it’s time to cut out the cute, dangling spider printable. Once you have that cut out, cut a skinny strip of paper to use as the string the spider is hanging from. Use your glue gun to attach the googly eyes to the spider’s head. Then simply attach the spider onto the board wherever you’d like him to hang and there you go!
Then you need to cut your tissue paper circles out. You’ll need about 2 sheets to get enough circles cut out. Get your cups and fill enough cups to cover every kid with a treat, fill the extra with tricks. Once you have that done, cover the cups with the tissue paper circles and secure in place by wrapping with rubber band.
For the next step, you need to glue the cups onto the poster board into the shape of a pumpkin, mixing up the tricks and treats. Don’t bunch them! And the final step will be cutting out a leaf shape stem to glue onto the top of the pumpkin.
And there you have it! Your Trick-or-Treat Pumpkin game that will have all the kids at your party ready to play!
How To Play:
Have all the kids stand in a line from youngest to oldest. The first child picks a cup and pokes their finger through the tissue paper to see what’s inside. If it’s a trick, they pick again. If it’s a treat, they’re done and it’s the next child’s turn! Have fun and enjoy!