Halloween Party Ideas in South Florida
When Halloween just a week away, we thought we would share some Miami Halloween party ideas for simple spooky party games that your pretty monsters will love to play, and that take relatively pretty effort to organize:
Ghost hunt – cut out ghost shapes from card or white paper (permit about 4-5 guests). Hide them around the garden and house and get your pretty guest to find them. (if you have different ages groups of kids, you may want to give you youngest ones a head begins). The kid who finds the most ghosts is the winner. This is also a remarkable game to play near the end of the party and would not have to give filled party bags either. Stick a little treat to each ghost before hiding, provide each kid an empty party bag and let them fill them with what they find.
Ten-pin pumpkin bowling – part fill ten similar size plastic bottles with a little stones and gravel, so that they stand, do not fall over too simply. Draw a scary face on a little pumpkin, this will be the bowling ball. Line your bottles up and let the kid take it in turns to knock them over with the pumpkin, keeping scores as they go. The kid with the top score is the winner.
Yucky dip – scoot out a pumpkin and fill with cooled, cooked pasta. Include little packets of wrapped or sweets treats and mix well. Invite your pretty guests to take turns at the yucky dip – be warned this can get messy.
Musical monsters – put on some beautiful music and get your pretty guests to move around like monsters. When the music prevents they have stand still – if they move, they are out of the game. The final monster standing still is the winner!
The haunted jar – fill a jar with little toys or sweets and shredded white paper. Each kid then guesses how many items are in the jar and the closest guess come first the goodies.
The graveyard game – this is a remarkable game to play when you want to quiet the party down. Your pretty monsters like down in the graveyard – the kid who stays still the longest is the winner.
At the end, how do monsters guess their future? They read their horror scope!