Halloween Class Party Ideas
I love throwing Halloween parties! I always keep it light and friendly on the Halloween front. I’ve gathered up some of the ideas that I’ve used over the years for our Halloween class parties. We usually have about an hour and a half for our party, so I like to have a small snack, play a game, make a craft and have an extra activity the kids can do at their desks if there’s some extra time in between activities.
Witch Hat Cookies
These are super cute and really easy to make. Get all the details here.
Monster Munch Mix
The kids love making their own monster munch mix adding their favorite ingredients. Get the details here.
Jack-o-lantern water bottles
I always serve water bottles at my parties. Just the easiest and cleanest option! You can find the cute labels to print for free here.
These are great little games they can play at their desks with a friend while other students are finishing their projects.
They love this! You can print it for free it here.
Halloween Joke Teller
Always a hit. Print it for free here.
Tic Tac Boo Game
Use candy corn and candy pumpkins as the x’s & o’s. So fun! You can print it here.
The kids just love these. We do not dress up at school so this is the next best thing for them to make and wear in our classroom You can print them for free here.
Popsicle Stick Spider Webs
These are really fun to make and they always all turn out so different. I love it! Find the instruction here.
Black Cat Paper Craft
We make pumpkins like this for fall and this is just taking it a bit further turing it into a cat perfect for Halloween!
Halloween Spider Craft
This is a new one for us this year that I can’t wait to try out. They look so cute! Get the instructions here.
My students LOVE playing Halloween bingo! It’s seriously an all time favorite no matter the age. You can find my Halloween bingo here.
We had a lot of fun playing this one too once the kids realized they had to be gentle. Find out the detail on the pumpkin golf here.
Halloween Bean Bag Toss
You can buy this in the Halloween section at Target usually or there are some great DIY tutorials out there using wood or even card board.
I hope you’ve found some fun ideas to try with your class this year!
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