Tuesday, October 30, 2012

40 Printable Halloween Party Games

We love printables around here because they can be re-used over and over again, and they are more practical than purchasing multiple hard copies for multiple children.  Beyond that, we like that someone else has taken the time to compile and design them, because goodness knows we don't really have a lot of time to be doing that around here. 

We were lucky enough to have a chance to review 40 printable Halloween party games from Python Printable Games.



This set of printable Halloween games, which only costs about 20 bucks, contains 40 different printables!  Aias is just under 3 years old, but I would say this set is great for 3+. There's a vast assortment of games that I think would be totally appropriate for classroom use and for use with people of all ages.   We'll probably be printing a few of them for the Social Committee members in our building who are taking the time to hand out the candy; they are good clean Halloween fun for everyone!

Our three favourites were the Halloween Tongue Twisters and the Halloween Memo Match, both which were completely relevant and interesting to toddlers:


The Halloween Tongue Twisters are great for working on Aias's speech, and the Halloween Memo Match would be lovely to print in colour and laminate and use for years to come.

You can buy these games separately for $4.95 a piece, but you may as well get 40 of them for $19.95 rather than 4 for $20, sort of like getting 36 additional games for free. 

I'm not able to share these downloads with my readers, but if you'd like, you can download some free printable Halloween colouring pages and also a coupon for $5 off downloads at Python Printable Games.


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