Here is the final post of our mini party: the bat party.
Bat treasure hunt: party guests look for clues in your dimly lit house with flashlights (they can later take home the flashlights as their party favor). Roll each clue and secure with a bat ring then hide the clues around your house. Don’t forget to keep the first clue to read. And you might want to make a note where you hid each clue in case you forget or someone else helps with the party game. Read the first clue to the party guest. It should give a hint to where the next clue is hidden and then the next clue gives a hint to where the next clue is hidden, etc. An example might be, “Look for a spot that’s the color of red, it’s a comfy place where you lay your head” (under a pillow). Make as many clues as you think will hold their attention and will last the length of time needed. The last clue will lead everyone to a container holding vampire teeth (or anything else you would like to use) and these will be a take home favor as well.
Have fun at your batty party!
Photo and printables by Sara Westbrook.