Give a Halloween twist to some old favorites, and use your imagination. Instead of Pin the Tail on the Donkey, try Pin the Tail on the Black Cat, or Pin the Wart on the Witch's Nose. Like most games, you can adapt the rules depending on age to create a better experience. Toddlers can stand directly in front of the cat, be blindfolded and still find it a challenge to properly place the tail. For preschoolers, we've found that blindfolding them a few feet away and having them try and take a few steps forward is disorienting enough to make it fun. Older kids need the full blindfold, turn around three times rule to make it challenging for them. One fun adaptation is to have the rest of the children help the blindfolded one, by asking them to give the blindfolded child encouragement, like saying "Creepy" when the tail is off target and "cuddly" when it gets closer to the right place.