This study was conducted to find out the effects of different means of games used during pediatric blood draw on the levels of procedure-induced fear and anxiety. Patient descriptive information form and selected scales were completed for both the experimental and control group before the blood drawing procedure. During the blood draw procedure, the children in the experimental group listened to music and watched video games. Following the blood draw procedure, the children were given the Fear of Medical Procedure Scale and State Anxiety Inventory for a second time. The results of the study showed that differences between pre- and postprocedure average total scores of Fear of Medical Procedure Scale were statistically significant for all groups (p < .05). As a conclusion, it was found that making children listen to music or watch a video during blood draw was effective in decreasing their medical procedure fear levels and state anxiety.