This collection of free printable Halloween games for kids is sure to have a game to suit your circumstances! Whether you are looking for new ideas for your family’s Halloween family game night or you are a teacher looking for fun and engaging learning games for your students, these games are sure to be a hit – with ideas for playing with toddlers, through to school age children, and even adults.
10 Printable Halloween Games for Kids
1. Silly Spiders Drawing Game: A fun way to create with school age children at Halloween.
2. Halloween Alphabet Bingo Game: Revise alphabet learning with kindergarteners with this fun, printable Halloween alphabet bingo.
3. Printable Halloween Picture Bingo: Bingo is a great first game for preschoolers and this Halloween picture version is simple to print and play.
4. Halloween Charades Cards: Charades is such a fun game for families! Get family and friends up on their feet, playing and laughing together, with this set of printable Halloween charades game cards. Even adults cannot resist a game of charades!
Click through for more charades ideas for your next family game night!
5. Play Halloween Who Am I?: Use our Halloween Charades Cards (see above) and the instructions included with our Christmas Who Am I? game for a fun guessing game.
6. Halloween Memory Matching Game: A classic game of memory matching using Halloween pictures and symbols. A fun first game for preschoolers.
7. Pumpkin Memory Matching Game: Develop visual discrimination skills with this set of spooky, Halloween pumpkins matching cards.
See our full collection of Matching Games for Kids for more printable memory matching games.
8. Halloween Movement Brain Breaks: Glide like a shadow…bubble like a cauldron…rattle like a skeleton! This fun set of Halloween movement brain breaks cards includes 24 Halloween inspired actions that are super fun for moving and grooving at Halloween.
9. Halloween Find and Colour Printable from Picklebums: Make a game of this fun printable by racing each other to see who can find all eight witch’s hats and all ten spider webs first! There are lots of fabulously spooky things to find.
10. Halloween Alphabet Mazes: These four printable Halloween alphabet mazes make a great, low prep alphabet learning activity. Make them a game by setting two children side by side, each with a copy of the same maze so they can race through the maze. First to make it all the way from A to Z is the winner!
For more Halloween fun for home or school be sure to check out our list of Kids Halloween Movies and our pick of the best Halloween Books for Kids.
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