Last weekend we had a visit from two of my nephews, who are 4 and 8 years old. I wanted to do some fun activities with all the boys, and one thing the boys all enjoyed was playing Halloween Charades. I just got out some festive orange paper, and the boys helped me think of things that have to do with Halloween. They thought of things like pumpkins, trick-or-treating, black cats, ghosts, costumes, candy, etc. After we had these all written down, I cut them apart, folded them up, and put them in a cute Halloween bucket. Then, we just took turns drawing out a paper and acting it out, while the others tried to guess the word. Pretty simple, but lots of fun! We've done this game before with other themes as well, such as Christmas, animals, scripture stories, etc.