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Any ideas for kids birthday party games at home...

  1. sankari.nayagam profile image81
    sankari.nayagamposted 6 years ago

    Any ideas for kids birthday party games at home...

    My kids birthday is on its way. Arranging a small birthday party at home. Want some ideas for games to entertain kids for the age group 3-5.

  2. urgurl_bri profile image82
    urgurl_briposted 6 years ago

    Is it going to be inside or is it possible to go outside?    Instead of a game you could have them go outside and do bubbles.  Pretty much all kids love blowing bubbles and you can get them at the dollar store for cheap.   You can also get them all a coloring book or even just a color page and have them color inside.  Most kids like that. 

    Otherwise for games you could help them with bingo.   You can make your own bingo cards and make each space be a picture of a food item they would know or even maybe animals.  Something easy most kids would know.  And have them use smarties or sweet-tarts or some sort of candy as the game pieces, that way they can eat them when they're done.    Another game would be pin-the-tail-on-the-donkey.    But I'm not sure if a 3 year old would be good at that.. unless they have a little help.   An easy thing would be if you could hide little goodie bags of candy all around the house and have them go and look for them.  Once they have their bag they're done and let the other kids finish finding theirs.

  3. alissaroberts profile image87
    alissarobertsposted 6 years ago

    Looking for some fun party games for kids? Try out these 5 game ideas to entertain the children at your next party. Includes a list of items needed and directions for how to play. read more

  4. fourhappykids profile image59
    fourhappykidsposted 6 years ago

    For that age group, I usually suggest an obstacle course based on the theme and a dance/sports activity also based on the theme. For example, if the party is Star Wars themed, the children can do "Jedi training" and follow instructions from the master. They may have to jump over obstacles, crawl on their hands and knees, pretend to fly and space ship - kids at this age love creative play, and props are always helpful. We've entertained kids for 30-45 minutes with activities like this.

    For a more girly theme, princess training works like a charm! They love to learn how to put on imaginary make-up, balance a book on their head, twirl their imaginary dresses, etc.

    Don't be afraid to get silly with them - they'll love it!

  5. Smora Laura profile image78
    Smora Lauraposted 5 years ago

    I have some party games that may be suitable but are more for the 10 - 14 age group check out my hub here http://smoralaura.hubpages.com/hub/Part … -Year-Olds

 
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