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Iam throwing my kids a halloween party with their classmates and need some Ideas?

I need some game ideas or just some ideas of what to do for the party. They are the ages of 12 and 14 and will have about 50 kids. I don’t want anything that is gonna be to kiddish. Does anyone have any ideas???

4 Responses to Iam throwing my kids a halloween party with their classmates and need some Ideas?

  • chillburn127 says:

    Gingerbread zombies!
    They’re just gingerbread men, but when you bake them, kind of twist the dough or take chunks off so they look like zombies. Then let the kids decorate them with frosting and make them look creepy or dead, with X’s over the eyes and exposed…organs and bones and whatnot. Haha. I’m in college and I think it’s the coolest thing ever, but maybe the younger teenagers think I’m lame.

    Also, Halloween music. Loud, poppy music, metal, and weird Halloween-y sounding music. Seriously, you can do everything from Marilyn Manson to the Backstreet Boys. And there is PLENTY of music like that that is clean. A lot of 80’s, 90’s and early 00’s. Parties that just play the top 40 hits to ‘appeal to everyone’ are kinda..bleh.

    Key words: flashing color changing sparkly things, black orange and purple things, body parts, and scary movies.

    It’s very difficult to come up with ‘games’ for that age group. All the fun ones are a little innappropriate and all the appropriate ones are kind of lame, haha. But there are a few! Anything that involves mystery. And prize giveaways. Let them vote for the best costumes. Refrain from finger puppets and pin the…thing on the..pumpkin.

    And you’ll need punch! Weird punch, that’s green. And call it witches brew.

    If you can, you could do a bonfire. Once those get going, things just naturally start flowing. Especially on a chilly Halloween night.

    This may be expensive, but as far as ‘atmosphere’ goes, fall scented candles and little cheap votives sitting around can be cool. But then again, 50 kids..

    Dry ice is always cool too. And cobweb! Hang it across the ceiling, maybe throw some old Christmas lights up there with it, and cheapo plastic spiders.

    Also if you have any old cheesy Easter or St. Patricks day decorations or anything like that, you can like..destroy them for a comedic effect. For example, you got a weird little ceramic lawn easter egg bunny, you could chip it and put cobweb and spiders on it and paint blood on it or something. That’s cheap.

    Just some ideas, hope I helped a little. You can google some recipes and ideas too.

    And major props for dealing with 50 junior-highers, supermom.

  • cutiepie25 says:

    How about get like 10 pumpkins, separate the kids into teams (over 6 may be too much for one team), and give them a pumpkin and a bag of various items (include some paint–no carving is necessary at all and things like hats or some that could either be glued or stuck into the pumpkin with pushpins, etc), and give them 10 minutes to do an impromptu pumpkin decorating contest. Let their creative juices flow! And let them vote, and give some prizes to the team that wins.

  • Kerri says:

    Consider a Halloween themed scavenger or treasure hunt. Check out http://www.mastersofthehunt.com/halloween-scavenger-hunt-activity.php. They have a couple different Halloween hunts including a Halloween Scavenger Hunt Activity. There are four sections – a creative activity, cleverly themed scavenger hunt items, Halloween-themed trivia and Halloween-themed puzzles. It is great for any Halloween Party.

  • bob -b- c says:

    First you need Dry ice you can find in phone book or a good grocery store.You add to poweraid,koolaid,applejuice.Nothing already carbonated the ice does it for you.Then you need to go to <buypumpkinteeth.com> Get some teeth and put in watermelon.Put teeth close enought to hold in candy or fresh fruit it makes a cool display.And dont forget to use some in pumpkins they are the hit of the party since they are not in stores yet!Then play pass spagetti for intestines and small hard boiled eggs for eyes etc.While you tell a scary story.My mom did this when we were kids and 30 yrs later i still remeber!Good luck and happy halloween….

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