Monthly Archives: October 2012

Halloween Party Games Review

I am always looking for fun games and activities for the younglings. They seem to especially appreciate themed activities. With Halloween coming up, I was excited to be given the opportunity to review the Printable Halloween games from Python Printable Games.

The pack retails for $19.95. At the time of writing, it consists of:

  • Crafty Pumpkin Decorating Ideas
  • Pin The Head On The Monster
  • Werewolf Spot The Difference
  • Halloween Costume Word Search
  • Halloween Coloring Pages (8)
  • Halloween Synonyms For Kids
  • Chew On This Candy Names Game
  • Halloween Scavenger Hunt
  • Halloween Memory Match For Kids
  • Halloween Crossword For Kids
  • Halloween Maze Game
  • Escape From The Garden Left-Right
  • Naughty Or Nice? Coloring Game
  • Gross Facts Trivia
  • Monster Mash-Up Charades
  • Teen Terrors Mad Libs
  • Chocolate Trivia
  • Spooky Halloween Word Search
  • Costume Party Paper Dolls
  • I LEFT It RIGHT There! Left-Right
  • Halloween Newlywed Game Questions
  • Cubicle Chaos Mad Libs
  • Spooky Slumber Party Mad Libs
  • Fangs For The Memories Vampire Trivia
  • Left In The Dark Left-Right
  • The Grim Reaper Word Search
  • Pirate Language Game
  • Horror Movies Crossword
  • Twisted Horror Movie Titles
  • Stephen King Books and Movies Trivia
  • Scary Synopsis Horror Movie Trivia
  • Who’s The Bad Guy? Trivia
  • Halloween Picture Match Game
  • Trick Or Treat Trivia
  • Teen Twilight Crossword
  • Who Am I? Halloween
  • Name That Candy Bar Game
  • Gross Cooties Trivia
  • Pumpkin Picture Match Puzzle

According to Python Printable Games:

Some games are suitable for just kids, some for teen to adult, and some for adults only.
We have tried to reflect the typical multi-generational mix at Halloween parties, so there is something for all ages and tastes.
Our games don’t come with restrictions or time limits. You can keep these games forever and reuse them on other occasions, so games that might not be useful now may come in handy later!

I looked through all the games and picked out the ones that I thought were appropriate for my younglings (ages 3-15) and that they would enjoy. The Adults-only games are easy enough to pick out and looked like they could be fun also, I just didn’t have a good set of testers!

The Younglings thought Spooky Slumber Party Mad Libs and Halloween Costume Word Search were the most fun. I think the Left-Right games would be great fun in a classroom, at Scouts or at youth group! (Eight-year-old) Boo was especially fond of the Costume Party Paper Dolls. Of course (three-year-old) Stud’s favorite was the coloring pages. (Fifteen-year-old) Venture Scout was a little frustrated when I completed the Teen Twilight Crossword faster than she did.

Overall, it was a fun set of games that is worth the investment, particularly if you have a Halloween party planned, are a Scout Leader or a teacher!

The generous people at Python Printable Games have a set of FREE Halloween printable coloring pages available that includes a coupon off a purchase of $19.95 or more!

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. You may read my full Disclosure Policy here.

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