Hello See Vanessa Craft readers! This is Shonee, I am so happy to be here with you today! You can usually find me crafting, remodeling and building over at my blog Hawthorne and Main. I love all things creative and have loved being able to fix up our fixer upper home. A lot of work, but so worth it.
Can you believe that Halloween is just around the corner, yay! Halloween is such a fun holiday, the kids all seem to really get excited and it is hard not to have fun with it.
Have you ever heard of the game called Don’t Eat Pete? It is a fun, silly game and most kids love to play it. If you haven’t heard of it before, no worries. Let me teach you how to play this Halloween style Don’t Eat Pete game!
The kids will love it!
Before we begin, print out your free copy of this printable at the bottom of this post. I would recommend putting the page in a plastic page protector. That way, sticky fingers won’t mess up the game board.
HOW TO PLAY:
1- Put one pice of candy, marshmallow, cereal or other small treat in each square.
2- Have one person leave the room. We will call them “it.”
3-Everyone else will pick one of the squares on the game board to be “Pete”
4-Have the person come back into the room, don’t tell him/her where “Pete” is! It’s a secret!
5-The “it” persons picks up a treat from the board one piece at a time. If the treat they pick up is NOT “Pete” they are allowed to keep it and pick up another treat, and so on. If the treat they pick up IS “Pete,” everyone yells “DON’T EAT PETE!” and that person’s turn is over.
6- Someone else gets to be “it”
The idea of the game is to try to pick up as many treats while leaving “Pete” as the last one on the board. This game is fun for all ages!
Scroll down to the bottom to print out your FREE copy of this fun game!
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