Playing “Find the ghoul” on Halloween Party
Last year I took my preschooler who is now 5 years old to her first Halloween party and she sure did enjoy it, I also liked it as well.
It was only her classroom who gathered up at their teacher’s house which was decorated with different Halloween ornaments, pumpkins and jack-o-lanterns, different food and candy and ghostly and haunting music was played.
All the kids were dressed up in different costumes such as ghouls, goblins, monsters, fairies, princesses and witches. My daughter chose to be an M&M as she adores M&M’s, she was “yellow”.
The food was delicious, there were different sandwiches, chips, peanuts and lots of candy, all the kids had a sweet tooth. The teacher organized many games and prizes for her students.
One particular game everyone really enjoyed was called “Find the ghoul!” where each student had to figure out which ghoul was winking at them in a few seconds. The teacher had robotic ghouls who wink once every 5 seconds and used them as a game.
Other games included musical chairs, freeze tag, make a mouth for the jack-a-lantern. The activity/game was a contest where whoever made the best mouth on a tiny jack-o-lantern suitable for young ones won a bag of candy.
My daughter won this particular activity/contest and I had her share her candy with her classmates. At the end of the party the teacher gave all the students a bag which included candy, a Halloween story book, fake vampire teeth and a mask for eyes.
I really liked how she had worked so hard to impress everyone and have the kids as well as the parents have a fun and memorable time.