Three Fun and Easy Halloween Party Games – #SmokehouseBBQ

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post on behalf of Farm Rich Smokehouse and a campaign with Sverve. Regardless, all opinions expressed are still 100% my own.

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I’m all about easy. That is why I try to think in the lines of easy when it comes to games and food for our Halloween party this year. Easy like Farm Rich Smokehouse’s new line of pulled pork products available at Walmart. They are dry rub smoked products and high in protein to keep the energy levels high to enjoy the games. With NO preservatives, which makes it easy to feed them to my family. They are already fully cooked and shredded, making family dinners that much easier! They come frozen and unsauced so you can have them on hand to add to any recipe any time, I am thinking it’s time for a pizza masterpiece! Easy and delicious, just the way I like it! All Natural, Pre-Shredded Meat Ready to Use.

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Let the Games Begin!

GAME 1

Pumpkin Ball Toss

Materials Required:

3-5 Plastic Pumpkins
Small Balls

Setup

Line your pumpkins in a roll.
Mark a spot for the kids to line up at.

GAME ON:

Have each child take turns throwing the ball into the pumpkins. See who can make the most points.

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GAME 2

Pin the Nose on the Witch

Materials Required:

Large poster board
Crayons, markers, or paint
Tape
Blindfold

Setup

Draw a witches face on the poster board.
Cut it out and color it.
Hang it on the wall.
Cut out noses and add tape to the back of them.

GAME ON:

Blindfold each child and spin them around a couple of times.
Give them a nose and send them to pin the nose on the witch.

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GAME 3

2 Liter Ring Toss

Materials Required:

6-9 2 Liters
Rings
Optional Paper monster faces

Setup

Set the 2 liters up.
If you have time you can cover the 2 liters with construction paper and draw monster faces on them

GAME ON:

Have the kids throw the rings to try to loop them on the drinks.

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Disclosure: This is a sponsored post on behalf of Farm Rich Smokehouse and a campaign with Sverve. Regardless, all opinions expressed are still 100% my own.

12 thoughts on “Three Fun and Easy Halloween Party Games – #SmokehouseBBQ

  1. Oh my goodness…these look like so much fun. I miss having small kids at the house 🙂 Thanks for sharing.

  2. How fun! These will be perfect for our Halloween dinner party! I especially like the ring toss!

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