|On Hallowe'en the goblins and elves come out of their homes to play and dance among the toadstools.
Toadstools and goblins provide a good motif for a children's party. The toadstools consist of orange balloons "growing" on long stems of pale green crepe paper. These may be pinned to the walls at various heights or thumb-tacked to the floor. A few leaves and tree branches add to the decorative scheme.
Use one of the inner doorways as the entrance to the Goblin's Cave, made of blankets stretched across chairs, where a gnome tells fortunes.
Have a Goblin's Relay. Play Harvest, Autumn Leaves, Doughnut Puncture, and Hallowe'en Ten Pins.
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Furnish plenty of small prizes for all winners.
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