20 Cool Hacks To Make Halloween Class Party Crazy

When it comes to throwing a memorable Halloween party, it’s all about paying attention to details. Yes, everything from trick-or-treating to DIY Halloween costumes are all part of the fun, but a bash that’s planned with both kids and adults in mind is also worth adding to the mix.

1. Use toilet or crepe paper to mummify almost anything you prefer

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2. Play the game known as Find the Eyeball in the Haystack.’ All you need to do is to get a box and put some hay and a ping pong ball.

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3. Take a transparent bowl and paste googly eyes onto it. Don’t forget to fill the bowl with something orange-colored.

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4. Create a weird and unusual backdrop for a photo booth. You can use streamers and spider webs to make the book look spooky.

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5. Use crepe paper for hanging black and orange balloons from the classroom ceiling.

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6. Create an extraordinary sinister spider.

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7. Keep some bugs on your legs as a hostess. Make sure that you are having a kid-friendly party get-up.

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8. Convert pre-packaged fruit cups into something crazy with the help of a black Sharpie.

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9. Use white crepe paper to change the look of your teacher’s door. Make it a mummy.

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10. With the help of treats, you can stuff surgical gloves.

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11. Take some white powdered donut holes. Then plastic spiders can be sprinkled over these donut holes.

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12. Place plastic spiders on ice cube trays and let them freeze.

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13. Use contact paper to convert a drink into a crazy smiling jack-o-lantern.

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14. Do eerie sipping by decorating dollar store cups using googly eyes.

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15. What about utilizing grapes for spider eggs? It is one of the most amusing class Halloween party hacks you can ever find.

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16. Wrap apple sauce pouches in cheesecloth to make them look spooky.

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17. Wrap medical gauze in cheesecloth to make it look ghostly.

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18. Use shoes and striped stalking to transform the teacher’s desk into something monstrous.

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19. Make a bat using toilet paper tubes.

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20. Add tags to allergy-friendly snack packs with a stapler to have some fun.

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21. You can make idea feel boxes using used tissue boxes.

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22. Crazy decorations can be made with the help of pool noodles. The best examples are witch legs and a giant spider.

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23. You can make menacing lollipops using coffee filters. They will certainly look crazy.

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24. Try making ominous lollipops using spider webs.

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25. Get some candy eyeballs and plastic fangs and transfigure dull old donuts into vampires.

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26. Take some pumpkins and create an interesting game. Rolling or painting these pumpkins keeps everyone interested. Tossing rings on them is also a good game.

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