The PDF below has all the rules and the playing mats on it, 2 per page. But here's the whole thing in blog format:
Equipment: Candy, 1 six-sided dice, printed mats for each player.
Rules: The youngest player goes first, taking turns in clockwise order. Every turn consists of a dice roll. If the player rolls their lowest uncovered number, they place a candy on top of that number. The game ends when one player has filled all five pumpkins; everyone may then eat their candy. Example: Jan has filled her #1 and #2 spots. Nothing happens on her turn if she rolls a 1, 2, 4, or 5, but if she rolls a 3, she places a candy on her #3 pumpkin.
Young Child Variation: When a player rolls a 6, they may eat a candy from the supply.
Older Child Variation: When a player rolls a 6, they may select one other player and force them to eat their highest-numbered candy OR the player may use the 6 as a wild for their lowest uncovered number for 1-4 (but not 5).
Click here for the PDF.
*If you're interested in more complex games, Board Game Geek has a cool section of PnP games for Halloween.
*I can't actually draw pumpkins; my thanks to the public domain clip-art at OpenClipArt.