DIY Halloween Decorations – Turn dollar store items into these adorable Halloween DIYs! | Hometalk

DIY Halloween Decorations – Turn dollar store items into these adorable Halloween DIYs! | Hometalk

Halloween word games are a great way to get kids to play and learn with words while having a lot of fun. The games are great for school, but can also be used at home. There are many traditional word games that can become a Halloween game simply by using Halloween words.

Here are some games to help you get started. If you need words for your Halloween word games, this list of words can help broom, ghost, candy, magic, candy, witch, scary, spooky, mummy, potion, coffin, spider, spooky, scream, monster, cauldron, vampire, costume, pumpkin, ghost, skeleton, Frankenstein, Dracula.


This Halloween game is actually a version of a spelling bee, but it moves fast and contains an element of randomness, so even the best speller can be the one who comes out first. The teacher needs a list of Halloween-related words for the children to spell. They will probably only need 10-15 words. The children stand in a circle. The teacher chooses someone to start and gives them the word to spell. The first person says the first letter, the person to their left says the next letter, and so on until the word is spelled out. The next person says “Boo” to indicate that the word is finished, and the person after that is outside and sits down. If a mistake is made, the person should also sit down. The game continues with the next word. The winner is the last person standing. This is a game that children love to play. They will find that they want to play it over and over again.

Find the word Spooky

If you’re looking for Halloween word games that require no preparation, this is the game for you. Children are given a word related to Halloween, preferably a long word like Halloween, Frankenstein, or skeleton. Then they should find as many words as possible that contain the letters of that word. Each letter of the word can only be used once unless it occurs more than once in the original word. Children could turn the word “Halloween” into “Hall”, “We”, “Well”, “Wheel”, etc. Give children a time limit and see who can make the longest list when time runs out. This is also a good Halloween party game if you’re looking for something to calm down the excited kids. It is also one of the easiest Halloween word games to prepare.

Word Chain

This game is similar to the previous one, but this time the children are given a string of Halloween words that are strung together. The word chain can consist of ten different Halloween words that are connected to each other. It could look like this: “Halloweenbatswitchspookymonstershaunted”, etc. Children should now find all the words they can find in this word chain. This time the order of the letters cannot be changed and the word must already exist in the chain. The Halloween words will be the most obvious, but there will be other words hidden in the list. See who can find the longest list of words in the given time frame. This is one of the Halloween word games that are great for keeping kids busy in class.

Halloween Word Search

The alphabet soup is a simple word game that is created for Halloween. You can draw one on paper or create one on your computer. Just draw a table and create a list of Halloween words. The words are written on the table, with each letter in its own square. When you have all the words you want to use, fill in the empty squares with extra letters. Your search for Halloween words is now complete.

These Halloween word games are just a few of the many different games you can use in the classroom or at home. The best part is that these educational Halloween games are simply so much fun, they are games where children can learn at the same time.

Do you love Halloween but don’t have a big budget for decorations? We have a solution for you! Check out these adorable indoor and outdoor DIY Halloween decorations on a dollar store budget. These projects will be sure to get your home ready for Halloween!

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