Fang-tastic Halloween Games to Play at Your Kid's Class Party

We witch you a Happy Halloween! Make 'em howl with colorful ideas for decorations, activities and costumes. Halloween isn't all about candy! Make 'em howl with colorful ideas for decorations, activities and costumes. Check out all of our cute Halloween party ideas for the classroom that'll have kids saying "jeepers creepers!"

Idea 1: Tape the water bottles with friendly colors!

Pumpkin decorating works up a thirst so be sure to have a jumbo tub of bottled water. Your boo crew will fly over to these cool refreshers after you've used a little hocus pocus to add strips of purple, lime green and orange duck tape.

Idea 2: Treat the kids to a tableful of smiling pumpkins!

Your boo crew will fly over to this cute-n-colorful table that's brimming with jack o'lantern smiles. Brew up the centerpiece with a trick-or-treat pail, some paper shred, pieces of streamer, treat bags of gumballs, and a sweet pumpkin balloon on top. A patch of pumpkin cakepops and cupcakes really does the trick!

Idea 3: Set up a favor bar for trick-or-treating shenanigans

Keep your eyes peeled for silly Halloween favors like giant eyeballs and silly glasses that will make them say jeepers creepers. Fill big colorful tubs, clear containers and trays with goodies and candy, and let them fill up their treat bags!

Idea 4: A Halloween game with a twist = monstrous fun

Grinning ghosts, playful pumpkins and smiling skulls are all over this take on the classic bend-n-twist game. Turn the party into a Halloween carnival with more activities like "pin the smile on the skeleton".

Idea 5: This skull pinata will be the hit of your boo bash

Thrill them to the bone with a frightfully fun pinata. Fill it up with candy and favors and pass out trick-or-treat pails they can take home for the big night! Smashing!

Idea 6: Mr. Pumpkin gets to dress up, too!

Move over Jack. No-carve pumpkin decorating is creative, safe and super-fun! Just set out decorating kits with stickers, googly eyes, top hats and mustaches and let the kids create a patch of DIY pumpkin pals.

Idea 7: Mischief will be brewing soon!

Get the room ready in the flick of a black cat's tail with a Happy Halloween banner, BOO sign, hanging paper fluffies and sweet little decorations like witches and ghosts…boo! Hide little tinsel witch hats around the room, put some spooky eyes on the back of the chairs and set out some large pumpkins for decorating. Your little ghosts and goblins will go batty for it!

Idea 8: To-DIY-for details for your drink station!

It's easy to cast a magical spell for the kids! Decorate a drink dispenser with pumpkin and bat gel clings and DIY some cute floating ghosts by adding black paper plate dots to white balloons. Happy hauntings!

Idea 9: Create a jolly jack-o'-lantern centerpiece!

Set this friendly pumpkin on your treats table to smile at the ghouls and boys! Stack two layers of polka-dot balloons (made with 4 balloons tied together) then top it off with a foil pumpkin balloon that's as round as a pumpkin you'd get from the patch! (Use a balloon stick to keep it secure!) A spray of green and orange ribbons adds the finishing touch to this gourdgeous Halloween centerpiece.

Idea 10: Make this bonehead part of your table decor!

Invite the Pumpkin King to pop in at your dessert table! Shake a leg bone and make one yourself with a handful of black balloons (made from two layers of 4 tied together) and a Jack Skellington Orbz balloon that's perfectly round. For extra character, stick on a Jack Skellington top hat and make a DIY bat necktie from poster board. A frighteningly fun Nightmare Before Christmas centerpiece!