25 Halloween Carnival Booth Game Signs [free printable}

I love to make Halloween games for kids!  Years ago I hosted a fall Halloween carnival at my home and had these free Halloween printables made that I used as carnival booth game signs.

I have used these every Halloween or Fall season the past few years and I just adore them!  I love the black, white Harlequin pattern with the orange and green accent colors.

I hope you enjoy these free Halloween printables for your Halloween trunk or treat or Fall Carnival as much as I have.  If you don’t want to read the entire thing, feel free to click any of the following three links to “jump” to that section of this post:

There are 4 different files in this post. The signs are such high quality I couldn’t add them into one file. Sorry about that. However, this way you can only download the signs that you would like to use. Download them now and save to your computer to use today or safe for later.

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7 Free Halloween Printables

Carnival Halloween Party Game Signs in Black Orange and GreenEHprint Download File Here: 
Halloween Carnival Booth Game Sign [18] (2713 downloads) ,
Halloween Carnival Booth Game Signs [7] (302 downloads)

Our church trunk or treat is this weekend and as I was coordinating with the young women on what games we should bring for the kids to play.  I realized that you might need these free Halloween printable game signs as well.  Here’s a list of what’s included in the free Halloween printable files.

Halloween Carnival Booth Game Signs [7] file has the following free Halloween printable games signs:

  • Cake Walk
  • Plinko
  • Ring Toss
  • Musical Chairs
  • No Tricks, Just Treats
  • Selfie Station
  • Tic Tac Toe

Want to know how I made these fun Halloween party signs?  Then click here to see how I made these party game signs.  It’s super easy and a lot of fun.  If you love decorating with paper as much as I do.

Scroll down to see more information on how to play each of these games.

Fall Festival Halloween party games

18 More Halloween Games for Kids

In the second file, here’s a list of the remaining games signs that you can print out for free and use at your church trunk or treat or fall carnival.

  • Welcome
  • Bobbing for Donuts
  • Can Toss
  • Corn Hole
  • Disc Toss
  • Fill The Most Ghosts
  • Ghost Bowling
  • Ghost Catch
  • Hungry Ghost
  • Kissing Booth
  • Penny Drop
  • Prize Station {prize prices as shown}
  • Pumpkin Run
  • Pumpkin Pitch
  • Pumpkin Pong
  • Skeeball
  • Witch Pitch

That’s not it, I have two more free Halloween printables to give you.  Then I’ll give you a brief explanation of each Halloween party game and what the free printable sign looks like.  This way you can make sure you want to download it before you use that time. Yep, I’ve got your back.  {high fives}

Personalize Your Halloween Printable Sign

Halloween 3 inch Circle Banners for Fall

EHprint Download File Here:
Black & White Circle ABC Banner (358 downloads)

This is a complete A-Z set of ABC’s in a 3″ Circle Banner.  This way you can customize any saying, name, or event with these Harlequin black, white, and green paper banner.  I love the bold carnival font as it’s so easy to read.

Black & White Circle ABC Banner for Fall or HalloweenI used this Harlequin patterned circle banner to create a DRINKS banner at the food table.  The great thing about an A through Z banner is that you can literally create anything you want it to say.

I wanted these smaller signs to coordinate with the larger party signs in case you had a smaller space that you needed to decorate or label.

halloween games for kids Cake WalkEHprint Download File Here:
Cake Walk Numbers (215 downloads)

1. Cake Walk ~  Print out the cake walk numbers and tape them to the floor.  I used chevron washi tape but you can use anything you’d like.  Typically tickets are sold to participants in order to earn money for the school or cause.  However, we didn’t do it that way.  I just had treats to hand out to the winners.

Set up the Cake Walk game with the number of squares in a circle path that is equal or less than the number of people who are participating. Turn on music and then the  participants walk around the circle on top of the numbered path.  The music plays for a while and then it will abruptly stop.  Pick a number from a bowl then called it out.

The object of the game is to be the person standing on the square with that number that was announced wins a cake or dessert as a prize.

Church Halloween Trunk or Treat Game Supplies

Now that I’ve hooked you up with all the free Halloween printable files, let’s get down to planning some Halloween games for kids!  As you can see most of these games are inflatable, foldable, and take very little storage space.

I hope the inspire you to make or create fun Halloween games that you will also enjoy.

halloween games for kids Plinko and Penny Drop

2.  Plinko ~ I purchased my PLINKO game from Oriental Trading Company a long time ago.  I love it as it’s small enough to fit almost anywhere.  The discs are also small enough for little hands to enjoy playing.  The object of the game is to get drop the disc at the top and land it in the highest number at the bottom.

3.  Penny Drop ~ Simply grab a container of any kind, a bunch of pennies, as well as a smaller container.  Place a shot glass or smaller container in the center of the larger container.  Fill the container up with water.  The object of the game is to put a penny to your nose and try to drop it into the shot glass or smaller container.

4.  Ring Toss ~  You can toss any ring or glow-in-the-dark necklace onto anything.  {wink}  I used milk jugs painted as ghosts and which hats wrapped in black paper like witch hats.  The object of the game is to toss as many rings onto the object as possible.

5.  Musical Chairs ~ Musical chairs can be played as a fun Halloween game of elimination involving players, chairs, and music.  To set it up, add one less chair than you have players. Start playing the music and when the music abruptly stops the player who fails to sit on a chair is eliminated.  Next, take out another chair as to always have one less chair than participants.  Repeat the process until only one player remains.  The object of the game is to be the last participant.

No Tricks Just Treats Sign for Halloween

6.  No Tricks, Just Treats ~  You can use this sign any way you would like.  You can use it as a welcome sign, to decorate as you see fit, or make up a game!

You can print out all of the coordinating Free Halloween printables for your party decorations or just for a fun tablescape.  I’ve used these in so many fun ways.

Halloween Selfie Station # Sign for Fall

7.  Selfie Station ~ Add your hashtag to track guests pictures online of the party everyone will be able to see their pictures and enjoy in the fun.  You can print this sign off and use it as is or you can frame it and use the glass as a wipe on/off board.

halloween games for kids Tic Tac Toe

8.  Tic Tac Toe ~  The object of the game is to toss 3 balls in a row, straight or diagonally, into the holes. I purchased this 3 in a row game fro Oriental Trading. However, you can create a tic tac toe game out of almost anything.

9.  Witch Pitch ~  To make this cute Witch pitch game, I screwed several orange cones onto a 2×4 piece of wood.  Then I took black construction paper and covered the orange cones.  I then cut a whole into a black paper plate and placed it over the black cone paper and cone.  I topped it off by adding a yellow square as the “buckle” of the witch hat.

The object of the game is to toss a ring over the witches hat.  I used glow in the dark necklaces as they are cheap from the dollar store and easy to throw.

Can Toss Bean Bag Toss Pinko Halloween Game Signs

10.  Can Toss ~  I wrapped scrapbook paper around empty tin cans and stacked them on top of each other to create this easy can toss game.  The object of the game is to throw a ball and knock down the cans.

11.  Bean Bag Toss ~  You can create a bean bag toss out of almost anything.  Scroll down and you can see the Ghost I made.  I purchased this pumpkin bean bag toss from Oriental Trading a long time ago.  The object of the game is to toss the bean bags through the hole.

Church Halloween Trunk or Treat Set Up

This is how I set the church parking lot up for the trunk or treat games.  It was pretty last minute but it turned out just fine.  It was as elaborate as my indoor fall festival Halloween games for kids booths but the kids loved them and it was festive and fun.

Black and White Polka Dot and Orange Balloons ~ I used the white wood stands that I made when I hosted the wedding in my backyard as sign holders, create space between each halloween game, and to add some color and decoration.  I attached fun balloons in black and white and orange for a pop of fall color.

12.  Welcome ~ A sign that you can print out and add to your front door, mail box, or anywhere your guests will know they have arrived to the party place.

bobbing for donuts fun halloween game

13.  Bobbing for Donuts ~  This is a simple game where you hang donuts on a string.  The object of the game is to see how many donuts you can eat with your hands behind your back.

halloween games for kids Can Toss

Can Toss ~  I wrapped scrapbook paper around empty tin cans and stacked them on top of each other to create this easy can toss game.  The object of the game is to throw a ball and knock down the cans.

Corn Hole Hallowen party games for kids

14.  Corn Hole ~ Corn hole is a bean bag toss.  The object of the game is to toss a bean bag into the holes and get as many points as you can.  I purchased the small corn hole games at Walmart or a store like that a long time ago.

halloween games for kids disc toss

15.  Disc Toss ~  Disc toss is just like a bean bag toss where the object of the game is to toss a disk into a hole.  You can use any disk or frisbee in coordination with any target, bowl, or hole.

halloween games for kids fill in the most ghosts

16.  Fill The Most Ghosts ~  This Halloween game is just like the penny drop.  I purchased these adorable Ghost cups from Oriental Trading and didn’t need them for their original purpose. Therefore I turned them into a game.

Simply grab a container of any kind with a small hole at the top and a bunch of pennies.  The object of the game is to put a penny to your nose and try to drop it into the glass and fill it up as much as you can.  This is a little easier than using the shot glass in water and perfect for elementary or preschool children.

halloween games for kids Ghost Bowling

17.  Ghost Bowling ~ I made these ghosts out of 1 liter soda bottles.  I poured white paint and shook it around until they were all white.  Then I filled the bottom of the soda bottle with rice.  Tip: Make sure your paint is dry before you add the rice.  {snicker}  I thought my white paint was dry however it was not.  Such a bummber.  Take a black sharpie and draw funny faces onto the front making it a ghost.

The object of the game is to bowl a pumpkin into the ghosts and knocking them all down getting a strike.

halloween games for kids ghost catch

18.  Ghost Catch ~ I glued white milk jugs with drawn faces onto a gift wrapped 2×4 piece of wood.  This is a typical toss game where you throw the glow-in-the-dark necklaces onto the ghosts as many times as you can.

halloween games for kids Hungry Ghost

19.  Hungry Ghost ~ I made this game by cutting out a giant ghost out of white foam board.  Then I cut a hole out for the ghosts mouth.  I wrapped a refrigerator box and cut out a hole where I wanted to place the Ghosts mouth. Then I attached the ghost lining up the holes with the mouth.

This is a bean bag toss game where the object of the game is to throw the bean bag into the ghosts mouth.

halloween games for kids kissing booth

20.  Kissing Booth ~ My boys were freaked out when they saw this sign.  {giggle}  It’s not what you think.  It’s a guessing game.  The object of this game is to guess how many Hershey Kisses are in the jar.  The winner gets to take home all the Hershey kisses.

Octopus Ring Toss Halloween Game Sign

21.  Octopus Ring Toss ~ Toddlers and preschool children love this game.  It’s another typical toss game that I purchased at Oriental Trading a long time ago.  Simply blow it up and the object of the game is to toss the rings over the Octopus’ legs.

Halloween games for kids prize station

22.  Prize Station {prize prices as shown} ~  This isn’t a game per se but it is a super fun Halloween activity for a fall festival or carnival.  As your guests complete the games, they can win tickets which they can then turn in for prizes at the prize station or table.

I used the printable tags and decorations to create the prize ticket amounts and embellish the table.  My picture isn’t good quality but the table was really impressive in real life.  {giggle}

pumpkin halloween activities for kids

23.  Pumpkin Run ~ This was one of the kids favorite games.  The object is to balance a small pumpkin on your head and go from start to the finish line.  You can do this in a team relay and trade places with several people or a one off with everyone doing it at the same time.

24.  Pumpkin Pitch ~  I cut a hole in several plastic pumpkin trick or treat buckets and threaded elastic so they would stay onto top of their head like a hat.  This is a team game of 2 players working together to beat the other teams.

The object of the game is for player 1 to throw a bean bag {or ping pong ball} into the pumpkin bucket that is on player 2’s head.  The object of the game is to be the first team to have all of their balls into the bucket wins.

25. Pumpkin Pong ~ I don’t have a picture of this game.  But the idea is to play just like any other pong game.  You have a bunch of cups, in this case they were pumpkin cups.  The object of the game is to bounce as many ping pong balls into the cups as possible.

halloween games for kids Skeeball

26.  Skeeball ~  Skeeball is another game that I purchased from Oriental Trading a long time ago.  It’s another toss game.  The object of this game is to roll the ball into the holes with the most points.

indoor halloween party games for kids carnival booths

This is what my indoor fall festival looked like when we lived in Ohio.  I had planned on having it outside. However it surprised us and snowed that day.  Luckily we were able to have a great time with all the carnival booths in the basement.

I wanted to show you that you can create a toss game out of almost anything Halloween themed to turn it into a fun Halloween game.  I hope you enjoy printing out these game signs and some of the games inspire you to create something super fun for your church trunk or treat or fall festival.

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