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    New Halloween Games

    We are having a joint Cub & Beaver night on Halloween. I've been doing this every year now and I was wondering if anyone had any other Halloween based games or activities we could all try.

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    one of the best ones that it seems that all sections like is making themselves into mummies with toilet rolls.........

    we do the usual horrid feely boxes

    apple bobbing

    eating doughnuts from flour

    and have a fancy dress ..................some come in disgusting outfits

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    eating doughnuts in flour? its way better with malteasers.

    put some flour in a bowl and put the sweets in it randomly, then pack the flour down - like making a sand castle.

    Turn it over and then let the fun begin. because it is packed it means that it will be much more fun and messy!

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    we do something similar. we add a few smarties to the top of a pile of flour. you have to cut away the flour and the person who cuts away the bit that causes the smarty to fall off loses. the loser has to eat all the smarties from the flour.! great fun!!

    RE games... http://www.pumpkinnook.com/hween/games.htm from a quick google

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    I did apple bobbing first then move on to maltesers in flour - loads of white faces!
    We also had a race against the clock to carve a pumpkin - done in patrols/sixes/lodges with appropriate adult help according to age.

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