These Halloween minute to win it games are super fun! They’re perfect for a party, a school event or just some fun at home with the kids. The whole family will have a blast playing these together.
I can’t wait to play some of these with my kids! (affiliate links included)
9 Halloween Minute To Win It Games
Minute to Win It games are a blast because they are really simple, silly challenges that all need to be done within one minute.
You can get really creative with these and modify them as you’d like or completely make up your own. The goal for these is just to have a good laugh and have fun.
Candy Corn Stack – Try to stack candy corns on top of each other. (This is actually really hard!) Whoever stacks the most in a minute wins. Get a free printable to go along with it from The Dating Divas.
Vampire Teeth – Using those funny plastic vampire teeth in your mouth, pick up as many marshmallows as you can and place them in a bowl. The person with the most mallows in the bowl in one minute, wins.
Mouthful of Dirt – Fill a bowl or pumpkin bucket with cocoa pebbles (aka dirt) and small plastic spiders. Using a spoon in your mouth, dig out as many spiders as you can in one minute. (Tip: plastic spoons are much more comfortable to use than traditional silverware.) Idea from Play Party Plan.
Pumpkins on a Gate – Using candy pumpkins and a large craft stick, try to stack the pumpkins on the “gate” in one minute.
Pumpkin Ring Toss – Make green rings with pipe cleaners and toss them onto the stems of small pumpkins. Whoever gets the most in a minute, wins. Get a free printable for this game from The Dating Divas.
Yank Me – Stack up some plastic Halloween cups with squares of construction paper in between each layer. Carefully try to pull all of them out, without tipping the tower over, in under a minute.
Mummy Wrap – Divide into two teams, give each team a roll of toilet paper, in one minute the person that wraps their partner in the most TP wins.
When the games are over, award some prizes to the winners! I like to get small things from the Dollar Store and let the kids pick one prize for each game they won. For a team game, both kiddos get a prize.
If you’re playing in a classroom or in another large group, the easiest prize is simply candy you can get in bulk.
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