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Kids try to find as many pumpkins as they can before the leader says “Stop! PUMPKIN HUNT – While the kids are out of the room – hide paper or small gourd pumpkins around the room. When they have found all pumpkins you can serve a special snack or give each child a ‘goodie’. Each player rolls (No tossing or throwing) their pumpkin and tries to be the closest to the big pumpkin. THROW PENNIES IN THE PUMPKIN Carve out a pumpkin (Do NOT make it a Jack-O-Lantern); line the inside with plastic or aluminum foil. Option is to use small plastic pumpkins which are quicker and not messy!Younger players may want to use their hands instead of the stick.Never mind that “The Dating Game” debuted in 1965 and — to my mind, at least — is a relic more of the ’60s than of the ’70s.
PUMPKIN AND FOOT RACE Set up starting and finish lines and have the children race to see who can get their smallish pumpkin over the finish line. There can be no kicking; if any kicking is observed, that child goes back to their starting line. PUMPKIN ROLLING Divide children into two or more teams. ” Players add up the numbers on their collected pumpkins. PUMPKIN BOCCE BALL- Object of Game: Roll a pumpkin closest to the big pumpkin. Also purchase several miniature or round sugar pumpkins. PUMPKIN RACE (Like the above Pumpkin Race– but using sticks instead of brooms) Can be played in a yard, garage or even inside using small pumpkins!When the music stops-the person holding the pumpkin is out. RING THE PUMPKIN Line up three large pumpkins with stems, to form a ring toss.Use embroidery hoops or make hoops with rope and duct tape.If you want to play this as teams, make it a relay race.CHALLENGE THE KIDS with how many words they can come up with letters in the word ‘PUMPKIN’ ?