Don’t Eat Casper Halloween Game {free printable}


Have you ever played “Don’t Eat Pete?” “Don’t Eat Casper” Halloween Game is a spin off the the original Don’t Eat Pete game and is every bit as fun. The game is designed especially for Halloween play. It’s easy to print out and play. It’s super fun since food, action and yelling is involved. Plus, toddlers to adults can play. It’s appropriate to play at home, at school or at a party. Print yours out today for free!

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Don’t Eat Casper Game

The sky’s the limit with Don’t Eat Casper! Use cereal, dinner or lunch food, as well as any kind of candy to play.

How to Make:

1.  Print out on Cardstock.
2.  Cut white edges off leaving an even small trim of white.
3.  Glue to colored paper.
4.  Laminate.

How to Play:

Place one piece of candy in each square. Send one person out of the room while the group chooses one candy piece to be “CASPER”.  When the player returns he eats the candies one at a time; but the minute he touches “CASPER” the group yells “DON’T EAT CASPER”!! His turn is then over and the next player leaves the room. Continue until all have had a turn.

Other Ways to Play:

1.  Eat Dinner:  Use this game to get your toddler to eat his dinner.  Cut up the food in bite-size pieces (chicken nuggets, grilled cheese, etc.)  Put one piece of dinner in each square.  Play the game accordingly.

2.  Gifts: Attach a bag of M&M’s and you’ve got a great birthday gift, Thank You gift, hostess gift, or Christmas gift!  For Christmas also attach the M&M Christmas Poem.

3.  Halloween Time: Wondering what to do with all that Halloween candy?  Play Don’t Eat Pete together as a family.

4.  Babysitter Game: This is also a great game for babysitters to play with your children.  Kids love the “treat” and it’s enjoyable for all.  If you have a child that frequently babysits – make the game for him/her to play with the kids she tends.

TIP: If you’re planing on laminating the board after your child has colored it, have your child use map pencils or markers instead of crayon.  Sometimes the crayon bleeds from the heat of the laminating and smears the picture.

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