apple paring game 

How to Play: Chopsticks Pass-Along

Use chopsticks to pass items. Credit: Getty Images
What you need: A group of children, sets of chopsticks, unshelled walnuts, acorns, cranberries, peas and small plates.
How to play: Give each child a set of chopsticks, an unshelled...
For this game you need a group of children, sets of chopsticks, unshelled walnuts, acorns, cranberries, peas and small plates.

How to Play: Apple Paring Game

Can you peel the longest piece of skin? Credit: Getty Images
What you need: Apples, potato peelers and paring knives.
How to play: The adults get the paring knives, and the kids get the potato peelers. Everyone tries to get the longest unbro...
This game is very a-peel-ing.

How to Play: Pumpkin Roll

Push your pumpkin! Credit: Johannes Eisele, AFP / Getty Images
What you need: At least two players, two pumpkins and two sturdy brooms. How to play: Determine starting and finishing lines. Set two pumpkins on their sides at the starting line w...
The first player to get his or her pumpkin across the finish line wins!

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