Halloween party planning should be in full swing. If you’re throwing a spooky soiree this year, especially one with kids, you need to make sure you have a couple of killer games. These games will keep the kiddos entertained, are easy to play and don’t take a whole lot of time to put together. Keep scrolling for 13 Halloween games that both the kids and the adults will be lining up to play.

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1. Mummy Bowling: Transform plain bowling pins into something spooky with something we all have in our house — toilet paper! Add googly eyes and a few bows for a finishing touch and you’re ready to roll. (via Giggles Galore)

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2. Spider Corn Hole: This is not your average backyard game of corn hole. Double-sided tape and silver glitter make spider webs that are the perfect backdrop for tossing plush spiders at. (via Crafts Unleashed)

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3. Pin the Spider on the Web: Have the free file printed out at your local office supply store and attach it to your wall with festive washi tape. Blindfold the kids and let the fun ensue. (via Ella Claire)

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4. Spooky Tic-Tac-Toe: This is one game your little monster will love making just as must as they love playing. Color the rocks with paint markers instead of regular paint to make the process even more kid-friendly. (via Smashed Peas and Carrots)

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5. Tin Can Bowling: Grab a couple of cans out of the recycling bin and paint each one as a different spooky creature. Then just stack ’em up and knock ’em down. (via Red Ted Art)

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6. Skeleton Scavenger Hunt: Grab a couple plastic skeletons from the dollar store, disassemble them and hide the pieces around your house. Divide the kids into teams and have them race to see who can put their skeleton back together first. (via Happy Go Lucky Blog)

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7. Mummy Sack Race: Wrap each contestant’s legs together with white streamers (or toilet paper!) and race towards the finish line. Whoever makes it there first, without tearing through the paper, wins. (via Delia Creates)

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8. Pumpkin Toss: Using craft pumpkins to put this game together means you’ll be able to pull it out for years to come. Attach the whole thing to a piece of foam board to keep the pumpkins from falling over. (via A Pumpkin and a Princess)

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9. Halloween Bingo: If you’ve got a group of kids and want them to sit still, this printable bingo game is the ticket. Play with candy corn markers, but make sure you set out extra because there’s bound to be few casualties. (via Crazy Little Projects)

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10. Witch Pitch: Plastic cauldrons and candy corn are two simple things that make a great game when put together. Assign points to each cauldron or play with no score. The great thing about making the game is that you get to make the rules. (via Chic and Jo)

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11. Spooky Feel Boxes: Fill empty tissue boxes with things like peeled grapes for monster eyeballs, pipe cleaners for tarantula legs and baby carrots wrapped in gauze for mummy toes. Your guests will be squealing with delight all night. (via Basic Grey)

12. Printable Scavenger Hunt: If you’re stuck indoors, turn ordinary surroundings into a grand adventure with the help of a printable scavenger hunt. Hide a spooky surprise with each clue for an entire afternoon of fun. (via Sugar Bee Crafts)

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13. Catch the Donut: Any excuse to eat a donut is a good one. The first person to finish their donut without using their hands, wins. Go with glazed to keep that Halloween face paint intact. (via Easy Day)

Will any of these games make an appearance at the party? Do you have another fun game we have to play? Talk to us in the comments!