Is it teething time for your little one?
What you need
  • Blank cards (or blank paper which can be cut to size)
  • Marker
How to play
  1. Before the party, you should fill in the cards with the characters names of your choosing.  If it’s for younger children, you need to make it easy enough for them to know who it might be so use current characters that they are familiar with, or alternatively use basic items such as witches cat, pumpkin, ghost, spider, wizard etc. For older kids you could use more abstract characters with a Halloween theme.
  2. When you have the kids gathered, the first child is called, and a card with the character's name is passed around to the rest of the group so everyone knows who the character is.
  3. The child then asks every person one question – if there are younger kids playing, they can ask pretty much anything.  For older kids, they should restricted to asking only ‘yes’ or ‘no’ questions.
  4. When the character is guessed correctly, the next person gets a go.
  5. Make sure you have made enough cards for at least 2 goes each, this game can be addictive.
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