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Need a quick and easy Halloween game? Try this Zombie Body Parts Toss with supplies from your local 99 Cents Only store.
My family has an obsession with a zombie television show. You know, the one that rhymes with ‘stalking Ted’ and starts in October. For fans, it’s cruel torture to have to wait, which is why I created this zombie body parts toss game. This game helps us pass the time till the show starts, gets us outside for family fun, and can be used for a Halloween party. It’s a win-win!
Of course, my first stop for any type of holiday decor is my local 99 Cents Only store. I always find great name brand items and it’s hard to beat the 99¢ prices on Halloween decor.
I was able to find lots of zombie body parts and other Halloween items at the 99 for more than 70% less than a nearby big box store! So basically, if I shopped at that big box store, I would have come home with less than half of what I bought at the 99! Um, no thank you. I’ll stick with the phenomenal savings I get at the 99.
Print my shopping list and head to the 99 to create your own zombie body parts toss game.
Zombie Body Parts Toss Game Printable Shopping List
Zombie Body Parts Toss Game Set-up
Setting up this Zombie Body Parts Toss Game is quick and easy. Everything can be found at your local 99 Cents Only store and takes about 20 minutes to set-up.
- Fill the resealable bags with water to help weigh down the buckets and place into each bucket.
- Place each yard stake into the ground. I chose to place two in the front, one in the middle, and two in the back.
- Place a bucket in front or next to each yard stake. These buckets had cute ghosts on them and I placed the buckets facing backwards to hide the ghost.
- For a fancier look, add additional decorations. Sprinkle bones in the grass and add vampire hands.
Tip – Use a garden tool or stick to make holes in the ground where the stakes will be placed. This will help prevent the plastic stakes from breaking as you push them into the ground.
Zombie Body Parts Game Play
To play, toss body parts into the buckets. Our dog, Annabelle, joined the fun too. She went after a Zombie brain that missed the bucket.
Ways to Score/Win:
- Assign points to each bucket. The person with the highest points wins.
- Person with the most body parts in the buckets wins.
- For small kids, give a small treat for each body part in the bucket.
Zombie Body Parts Toss Game Prizes
The 99 Cents Only store has tons of Halloween prize ideas and there are always new items find at the 99. My youngest son was super thrilled that I found berry Tic Tac and Hi-Chew bites in the candy section. I loved the cute Halloween mugs and brought two home, which I may or may not give out as a game prize.
Prize ideas kids:
- Halloween trinkets
- Halloween jewelry
- candies/snacks/dried fruits/nuts/granola bars
Prize Ideas Adults:
- plastic containers
- home decor items
- crackers/cookies/dried fruits/nuts
- ‘gag’ gifts – soap, foil, laundry sheets, canned food, etc…
I’m so in love with this fun zombie body parts toss game. It was a breeze to set-up and makes a fun themed Halloween game.
Utter gross and yet quite brilliant at the same time!
I can’t watch “stalking Ted” as it gives me nightmares, but my middle son loves it so he watches it for me and just tells me what’s happening so I keep in touch nightmare free – what a wuss I am!
Love this!!! Your so clever! How fun!
What a fun idea for a party! I’m sure kids and adults would love this. Pinning to my Halloween Board.
Your display is so spooky, really perfect for the holiday. I don’t decorate for Halloween but admires the ones who does.
This is so disgusting kids are going to love it lol. Fun, easy to put together and so obviously Halloween. It makes you go Eek just thinking about it. Well done.
We are thinking our party will be outside this year since it’s still so warm. This is an adorable idea!
This looks like SUCH a blast. I need to try this with my godkids… Maybe my step kids, but they scare easy so I’m not sure they’d like it.
We go all out for Halloween. I love the idea of doing a fun Zombie game or front yard decor this year for the Holiday.
This is such a fun Halloween party game! I love the creativity here and it really does not take too much setup either.
That is very creative. I know a good number of people that watch that show and this would be perfect for the fall season.
This is perfect for my son, he loves to gross people out or put on tricks. I hear a Daddy Date right now.
What a fun idea. I have never heard of the 99 Cents Store. I’m going to have to see if they have one near us so I can recreate this game.
We love Halloween. This is such a fun idea for Halloween parties! I know that my daughters would love this.
How perfect is this game?! I can’t wait for fall! I’m going to try this game!
Oh this is such a clever game idea. Those fun Halloween props work so well. I’d love to do this!
These would be great for a Halloween party! My kids and my husband actually decorate our front lawn like a graveyard every year for Halloween – creepy grave sites, bones, spook every where! Fun Times
Oh I love your garden set up how absolutely spooky is that and I am all for a good zombie look!
Wow I would never have thought of anything like this game. My son always looking for new and fun adult party games and this one for Halloween is awesome. Everyone is going to love playing this.
This looks like a fun idea! I have not done a Halloween party in quite a number of years but this is so easy and it doesn’t cost hardly any money, why not!
My son and would enjoy this game for sure. They wold also chase each other around with body parts. My youngest is 5 so she would probably sit this one out.
What an awesome game! My daughter would just love it. We might have to set it up to play! I need to see if we have a .99 cents store around us. What a deal.
That is such a fun idea!!! I would love to make this and set it up for my kids. They would get a huge kick out of it.
This is such a fun idea! And budget friendly, too. Love it!
Thanks Kristin. The prices at the 99 Cents Only store definitely helps make this budget-friendly 🙂
Love, love, love this idea, I don’t know why I didn’t think of it myself. Hubby and I are also obsessed with the television show you alluded to and can’t wait for the next season to start!
Thanks Louanne. We can’t wait either!
What a fun idea for a Halloween game! And I bet the image of Annabelle running around the yard with a toy zombie brain was hilarious. Thanks for sharing this one…I can’t wait to get started with my Halloween decorating this year! #client
Thanks David. Yes, I think Annabelle thought it was a new toy. We had to chase her down to get the brain back.