Shake up your game night with our Halloween Dice Games For Kids. This is all about math games for kids and is a spooky free candy game so all ages can play.
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Halloween Candy Dice Game
You can be a ghost, ghoul or goblin, but you will definitely want to plant this kids dice game.
It is easy and fast to learn. Takes about 45 minutes to play if you have more than 2 players.
Depending on how much candy you want to swap this is a great addition to fun math games for kids to count and have a little adventure in strategizing too.
Games With Dice
Younger kids can get overwhelmed with games with dice. Especially when the game has two or more.
This dice game for kids is made for all ages and you can adjust the number of dice if you would like.
We have played with as many as four dice, or one dice per person. It makes the game go a lot faster too. Or just play with one di the way that we originally built this game.
Best practice is to start with one dice and work your way up if you like later.
MORE INDOOR HALLOWEEN FUN FOR KIDS
Here are a few extra ideas that you can do with your kids and teens this Halloween:
- Grab your crayons or markers and get these Halloween Coloring Pages
- Create a fun Halloween Oreo Cupcake treat
- Make yummy and Moist Pumpkin Cupcakes
- Create Monster Cookies and snack on Spooktacular Cheese Board. We always have to have snacks while we are creating goodies. My teens have always loved cheese and meat snacks.
- Decorate for Fall. Ever since my kids were younger, I would have them create art for us to hang up on the fridge. They could also help put window decals up and other small items. Now that they are older, they help with everything
- Tell a story with Stickers
How To Play
- Step One. First print off enough game boards for your family. One sheet contains two game boards
- Step Two. Figure out who is the games master. We like to call this person the candy keeper. They will be in charge of all the candy being counted out.
- Step Three. Cut, tape, fold and glue the dice. You only need one to play
- Step Four. To play each person must have their candy that they want to be a part of the game, counted in front of them.
- Step 5. Roll the dice and follow the rules on the game card.
That’s it. You can play the game with as many pieces of candy as you want. We typically do ten to twenty pieces.
But this will depend on your child and how long they will want to play. Start with ten pieces. If that game goes too fast, play again and again or add additional candy pieces.
Halloween Candy Dice Game includes:
- Two game boards
- One Dice