Fun  Eyeball Dig Halloween Game for Kids and Teens to Play

Fun Eyeball Dig Halloween Game for Kids and Teens to Play

Eyeball Dig is an easy & grossly fun DIY Halloween Game for Kids and Teens to Play. It’s perfect for a school party or a Halloween Minute to Win It Game! Come on in and I’ll share this fun Halloween Game with you…

Halloween Party Game for kids and teens to play

This is such an easy game to set up for your party.

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As you can see, the kids had a ton of fun playing this Halloween Game

great sensory halloween game for kids

It’s a great sensory game for kids to play. the wet spaghetti noodles are so much fun to play with

Great minute to win it halloween game

This Halloween Game would also be a perfect addition to your Minute To Win It Game Night! Just time the kids for 1 minute and see how many eyeballs they can find

Eyeball Halloween Game for party

Obviously, unlike me, you’ll want to place an easy to clean up plastic tablecloth under the game. It can get messy!

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Finally, here’s the supplies and instructions needed for this fun Halloween Game Idea…

You’ll Need…

  • At least…2 lbs. of spaghetti noodles, cooked and drained (the more the better)
  • 2 cups of water set aside for game time
  • Large bucket, bowl or even an inflatable pool – the biggest you can find. A big storage tub would be awesome
  • Toy eyeballs 12 or more -again…the more the better
  • Eye mask or towel so nobody peaks
  • Suggested – plastic tablecloth

Fun Tips and Tricks for this game:

  • *12 eyeballs in 2 pounds of noodles (brains) will take approximately 1 minute to find. If you want the game to be more challenging for a 1 minute timer – add a few more eyeballs.
  • *If you want to take this game up a notch, and I love you for that…get yourself a giant bucket or storage tub, tons of noodles and lots of eyeballs. That would give people more gross wet noodles to dig through and make it a lot more challenging. 
  • *Another fun tip is to make 2 gross bowls of noodles for side by side competition and see who finds all 12 eyeballs the fastest

Here’s a quick video on setting up and playing the Eyeball Dig Game:

Instructions for Setting up the Eyeball Dig Game…

 Setting up Eyeball Dig a Fun and Gross Halloween Game to Play

  • Pour the drained and cooled spaghetti noodles (brains) into a large bowl
  • Push the eyeballs into the wet spaghetti noodles
  • When you are ready, place the bowl of eyeballs and noodles onto the table

Playing Eyeball Dig Halloween Game…

  • -Blindfold the kids that are playing
  • -Set the timer for 1 minute
  • -Have kids dig to find as many eyeballs as they can in one minute
  • -Let kids take turns until everyone has had a chance to play

*Keep your cup of water nearby to moisten noodles as they tend to dry out

Here’s another variation for a large group…

*Another option would be to have 2 or more bowls of noodles set up and let the kids go head-to-head
– They can race to see who can find all of the eyeballs first

Eyeball Dig Halloween Party Game to Play

Happy Halloween

~Melissa – Kid Friendly Things To Do

 

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This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. Megan

    This game sounds fantastic!! We do an annual Halloween party for adults, and I think this would be hilarious!!
    Quick question…..how early can you cook the noodles before the game??
    Like 2 hours?? Or 3 even?? It gets so hectic before a party starts, and I know for adults I will need LOTS of noodles 😉
    Thanks!

    1. Melissa

      Three hours would be just fine. You can even cook the pasta a few days in advance and store it in the refrigerator. To soften the pasta and make it slippery again before your party, just run it under hot water or throw it in boiling water for a few seconds. Have more water handy, in case it dries out again throughout your party. Olive oil is another alternative to water, but you run the risk of getting oil on clothing. I hope you have a fun time with this game. If you get the chance, come back and let us know how it goes. 🙂

  2. Vida

    Are the eyeballs hard

    1. Melissa

      Yes. The ones in the photos are plastic. I have used both plastic and rubber eyeballs. They both work.

  3. Mattthew

    As a kid we used peeled grapes as eyeballs. Bonus points if you eat them???

    1. Melissa

      I love that! I will definitely use peeled grapes the next time we play this game. So fun and gross!

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