Are you looking for a fun group game to play at your next Halloween party? This free printable Halloween Scattergories game is exactly what you need. It’s free, it’s fun, and it will have you and your guests laughing all night long.
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As you know, I love Scattergories. Of course, I also love Halloween so putting the 2 together just makes sense. Even better, this time of year people are a lot more amenable to game nights than they are in the summer. That means it’s time to get friends and family together for a game night asap.
On this one you will find themes like Horror Movies and Haunted Houses for the perfect Halloween fun. You don’t have to limit this to your party entertainment either. Pull it out for an awesome Halloween themed family game night too!
Don’t worry, this is super easy to put together so you can whip it up last minute for any occasion.
Halloween Scattergories Game Materials
Before you can play this game, you need to have the existing Scattergories game. If you don’t already own it, grab one on Amazon now.
Next, you need to print out 4 to 6 copies of the free printable Halloween Scattergories game sheets. I recommend printing them on cardstock so that they are more durable.
After your game sheets are printed, cut out your cards.
Then group your cards together so that each player has one of each card.
- The printable includes 1 bonus blank card. You can personalize these for your family by filling in each line with your favorite Halloween categories and prompts. Make sure that you fill out each blank card the same so that there is one for each player.
Lastly, use the cards in place of the cards that come with your Scattergories game for a fun new Halloween game!
When you’re done playing, clip your cards together and throw them in the box with your game. This makes it easy to find them when you want to play the next time.
I am so excited to try out this free printable Halloween Scattergories game! Since my birthday falls right around Halloween, I know exactly what I’m asking my family for as a birthday gift: Halloween Scattergories game night! Don’t forget to start thinking about what you’ll put on your blank card. Is it totally vain if I fill it out based on me or my birthday?
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