Does your kid have a birthday close to Halloween or is recently obsessed with all things creepy? Check out the list of 21 mummy wrap games for kids below to fill the next birthday party with laughs and fun. Your party guests will have a blast participating in these games and even winning some prizes too! These games are appropriate and safe to be featured at school parties as well.
1. Wrap Your Teammate!
Splitting the participants up into teams of 2-4 players each is ideal for this game. With just a couple of rolls of toilet paper and some willing participants, you can create a memory that will last by wrapping up the willing team member.
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2. Unwrap the Mummy
This is such a fun idea to include in your next gathering because there are multiple prizes involved. As the participants keep unwrapping, the more prizes they will discover. Think about what will happen when they get to the middle!
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3. Toilet Paper Craft
In terms of games and craft ideas, check out these toilet paper roll mummy craft. Simply using some gauze, black marker or paint, and googly eyes, you can take all of those old paper towels and toilet paper rolls and put them to good use.
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4. Fine Motor Mummies
This fun kid's activity is awesome because it works on their fine motor skills as they play with it. You can take this one step further by having the kids design the mummies on cardboard before they take the time to wrap them up.
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5. Apple Mummies
This fun mummy wrap includes science, learning about the mummification process, and can involve teamwork with teammates. It has everything you need! Get spooky during your next science lesson by using salt, baking soda, gauze, and a few other items.
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6. Barbie Mummification
This mummy idea puts a twist on the tradition of playing with Barbies. Wrap your Barbies up this Halloween season to make them more festive. You can use gauze and toilet paper and even create an operating table where the mummification process can unfold.
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7. Mummy Wrap Relay
This mummy wrap game has an added feature to the traditional method of simply wrapping up a team member. This game has the added challenge of having the wrapped mummy run a lap around the space while they are wrapped! They will surely get some laughs!
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8. DIY Mummification
Kick off your next geography or history class by using some tin foil and tape to create these Egyptian mummies. You can mold and shape the arms and legs by bending the tin fold as you wish. Your students will enjoy making hands-on connections.
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9. Mummy Feel Box
Reach your hand into the mummy wrap box if you dare! This touch-and-feel game can get scary. Do you dare reach into the box and guess what you feel? The students can take a guess about what they feel after you add items to the box.
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10. Mummy Bowling
Turn your living room or hallway into a bowling alley by creating these cute DIY mummy bowling pins. Using gauze or toilet paper and some plastic bowling pins for kids, you can recreate going to the bowling alley with a spooky Halloween twist theme.
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11. Mummy Sack Race
You can still have a traditional sack race just without the potato sack. Simply wrapping together the legs of the participants will be enough. They can do it themselves, have a friend to help or have an adult step in. There can even be a girls' team and a boys' team.
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12. Mummy Mask Coloring
If you are looking for something more quiet and low-key, simple coloring pages are the way to go. Having a mindful meditation coloring station during your next classroom holiday party will offer kids a break from all of the stimulation.
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13. Mummy Mask
If your next upcoming party has some older kids as guests, you might want a scarier game or activity to keep them occupied. They can create this DIY mummy mask to frighten their friends and family on Halloween night.
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14. Mummy Rock Painting
Another option for a calm, quiet, and low-key activity that involves mummy wrapping is to design and paint a mummy wrapping rock. You can give the rock different facial expressions as well, like silly or scary depending on your guests' ages.
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15. Paper Plate Lacing
This paper plate lacing activity is another example of a fine motor activity that can be disguised as a festive game. You can have teams race to be the first ones to finish the lacing or you can have the participants go at their own pace without time constraints.
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16. Candy Guessing
This game is sweet! If the child can guess which candy bar is wrapped up with mummy wrapping, then they get to keep it! This game can be done at birthday parties or classroom parties. It can even be a fun game to include at adult parties.
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17. Realistic Sized Mummy
Did you know you can make life-sized mummy crafts? Challenge your kids to play this game with a lot of supervision. They can race against the clock or against a competing team. It will require some materials but will turn out amazing!
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18. Ancient Mummy Tomb Run
If you are looking for a digital game about mummies, then Ancient Mummy: Tomb Run might interest you. The person plays as a mummy that has just broken free from their coffin and needs to make it back to their treasure while avoiding and dodging obstacles. Can you do it?
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19. Mummy Touch
If you going outside with your class or kids, try playing this festive game called Mummy Touch. If it happens to you, you can try to touch others to give them the mummy touch too! Can you avoid the mummy touch?
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20. Family Ties
There are many different ways to approach playing this game, but the big idea is to wrap two people together. You can have teams or one group of people can try to finish wrapping the entire roll before a certain amount of time runs out.
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21. Candy Tubes
These adorable candy tubes will have your guests begging to come back to more of your parties. Toilet paper rolls filled will sweets and treats can be used as mini piñatas or party favorites. Children can even make them themselves by filling and then wrapping the rolls.
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