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My youngest loves games. She will pretty much play any kind of game we can find. So when trying to decide on some fun Halloween activities this weekend of course games were high on the list. As I was searching for some fun Halloween games I came across a site called PrintGamesNow.com and was blown away with how easy it was to print out some fun Halloween themed games.
At PrintGamesNow they have a huge variety of games for all occasions. Of course we were looking for Halloween games so we decided to try out their great Halloween Games pack. The pack included all of their Halloween games as well as the all party games pack. The set included:
Halloween: Chew On This Candy Names Game For Kids
Halloween: 3 Crossword Puzzles
Halloween: Escape From The Garden Left-Right
Halloween: Left In The Dark Right Left Game
Halloween: Memory Match Game
Halloween: Monster Mash-Up Charades
Halloween: Name That Candy Bar Game
Halloween: Newlywed Game Questions
Halloween: Scary Synopsis Horror Movie Trivia
Halloween: Scavenger Hunt For Kids
Halloween: Synonyms For Kids
Halloween: Teen Terrors Mad Libs
Halloween: Trick or Treat Trivia game
Halloween: Twisted Horror Movie Titles
Halloween: 3 Word Search Puzzles
Halloween: Vampire Trivia
Halloween: Who’s the bad guy?
Been There Done That
Color of Music Trivia
Hall of Shame Celebrity Trivia
Lie To Me
Meet Your Match Famous Couples
Tangled Tongue Twisters Tango
It took me some time to print them out but it was an inexpensive fun way to spend some fun Halloween time with the kids. There was something for everyone. Word searches, tongue twisters, trivia for us grown ups, cross words, mad libs, and just some fun themed activities. The family had a fun filled night and even requested me to print out a few more copies of some of the games.
Their favorite games were memory and mad libs. My seven year old wanted to keep playing memory over and over again. She had a blast with it. Mad libs was really funny and my teenagers enjoyed coming up with words and even redid it a few different times. It was a great way to spend some time together over fall break.
You can find this printable set on PrintGamesNow.com
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