Pass the Skeleton Bone Race {A fun Halloween Game for Kids & Teens} | Kid Friendly Things To Do

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If you are looking for a fun Halloween Game for Kids or for you Teens, then this might be the one for you. It’s quick and easy to set up and so much fun! You could even use it as a Halloween Minute to Win It Game. Come on in and I’ll share how you set up and play this game…

Halloween Game for Kids

This game is so much fun. It’s a great one for classroom games.

Halloween Game for Kids

I love the fun and easy games best. This one has both of those qualities. 

Halloween Game for teens

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Here is what you’ll need for this game…

(teams of 4 or more) 

  • A ball of yarn
  • A skeleton bone – short skeleton bones will make the level of the game more difficult. I used a 2 foot long plastic skeleton bone
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halloween game for teens and kids

Here’s how you’ll need to set up for this game…

Halloween Game for kids

  • You can choose whether or not to have the teams stand in a row or sit down
  • *if you want them to sit, you’ll have to line up chairs for the teams in rows
  • For each team – attach a plastic skeleton bone to a ball of yarn by tying a knot on one end of the bone
  • Set the ball of yarn and bone next to the beginning player, or if they are standing up, hand the bone to the first player
  • When you are ready for the players to go, yell go and the kids on both teams should…

Halloween Game for teens

  • starting with the first player, slide the skeleton bone up one sleeve of their arm, across and down their other sleeve
  • Then hand it off to the next player to do the same until all kids or teens are connected by yarn 

Winning the Halloween Game!

  • The first team successfully connected with the yarn with the last player holding the skeleton bone is the winner

 

How long will the game last?

  • The more kids you have on a team, the longer the game will take to complete. It took my 4 kids roughly 55 seconds {the perfect amount of time for a Minute to Win It Game} to connect everyone with the yarn. If they had long sleeves on or a shorter bone, it would probably take a little longer. 

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