I had a coloring station set up in the front room so that when kids arrived they could sit down and color pictures of witch hats I hat printed off the computer.
|I asked them to all get together and this is as close as they got|
Then we got to work on the games. I had everything set up in the playroom and when the kids got here I pretty much put my 5 year old in charge and just let them play whatever they wanted whenever they felt like it. They were all 6 and under so I knew trying to get any order going would be pointless anyways. Plus that left more time for me to chill with the other grown-ups.
We had a bean bag toss, left over from my Carnival Party
Witch Hat Ring Toss. I made a witch hat out of felt and then stuffed it with a styrofoam cone and beans so it would stand up straight and also, heavy enough to not be knocked over. Then I cut out 2 rings from cardboard and had the girls paint them black.
Next was Pin the Wart on the Witch. Super simple again. I printed a picture off the internet and then being lazy bought green dot stickers for her "warts". Of course the kids used all the colors and had fun just sticking them wherever they wanted.
|I asked her to put the sticker on the witches nose so she pointed to her own|
Last game was a Candy Corn Drop. I put a jar at the bottom of a stool and had them drop the candy corns right in the jar and then they ate whatever they had dropped.