Have a Halloween Party

Grade Levels: Pre-K - 5


  • Students will celebrate Halloween in a safe environment.
  • Students will practice following instructions.
  • Students will practice cooperation and other social skills.



  1. Before the party, have students:
  2. The day of the party:
    • Set up separate areas of the classroom for different games. During the party several games can be played simultaneously by small groups of students.
    • Organize students into small groups.
    • Use the instruction sheets to to explain the rules of each of the games, assign students to their groups, and direct them to the appropriate area of the classroom to play their first game.
    • Explain that each group will move to the next game when they hear the sound of your whistle, bell, or gong.
    • Allow the groups to rotate through all of the games before the end of the party.
  3. Culminate your party by allowing the students to eat the candy they collected in the Halloween Word Game or provide a healthier snack for the whole group.

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