Having your child’s birthday party at a house, the park or somewhere with an open area? Need some ideas on what to do?
Some parents are great at designing beautiful birthday cakes. Others enjoy making intricate decorations for their kids’ parties. But sometimes the thought of what exactly you’re going to do with a house full of kids during a three-hour birthday bash can make an otherwise confident mom or dad start to sweat.
Well we’ve put together a list of some popular game and perhaps some you’ve never heard of.
Quiet Circle Guessing Game
This game is the perfect way to calm the kids down when you’re ready to cut the cake or send everyone home.
Play a life-sized version of Tic Tac Toe using kids as the Xs and Os.
Borrow this classic game from old-style carnivals and award the kids with bottles of soda pop as prizes.
In this party game, kids blow air through drinking stars to propel rubber ducks down a makeshift river.
This classic party game can be adapted to fit any theme. Buy a kit or make your own bean bag set following these instructions.
This active game really gets kids moving, and since there are no winners or losers, the kids can enjoy the game as long as they like.
Throwing a princess party? Watch the kids have a ball playing these fun party games.
Play this game as “Catch My Heart” on Valentine’s Day or adapt its name (Catch my Pirate, Catch my Unicorn, etc.) depending on the theme of the party.
In this game, kids are given a mystery identity and then must ask clues to determine who they are.