Welcome to Our Birthday Party!
Your kid's birthday – this is one time of the year where everything has to go right. Apart from the gifts, the catering and the sheer logistics, the games that are played form a pivotal part in the direction in which the party is headed.
This game is great for kids over 4 years of age and is sure to get you a lot of laughs.Write some challenges on a piece of paper and insert into different balloons before inflating them. The kids will have to bop the balloon in the air for as long as the music is playing.
This is a game that never gets old and can be enjoyed by kids of all ages. Adults can play the game too if they're up for it! Place the chairs with the seats facing out in the form of a circle. The total number of chairs should be one less than the total number of kids playing. Turn some music on and ask the kids to go around the circle.
This interesting game is ideal for kids over the age of 5 and needs only some paper boats and a tub of water.Make paper boats and hand it to the kids along with a straw. The kids will have to use the straw to blow air onto the boats and propel them forward on a plastic tub. The first person to successfully take the boat to the other side wins the game.
This game can be played by the kids and the adults attending the party.Using strings, tie inflated balloons to the ankle of every player. Now play music and allow the entire party have a fun dancing session. The moment the music stops, they will need to try to pop the balloon of the person next to them by stomping on them, while keeping their balloon safe.
This simple game is undeniably fun and is appropriate for kids over 3 years of age and only required some space and a lot of bubble wrap.Roll out a large sheet of bubble wrap on the ground in an open space. Now instruct the children to cross over the bubble wrap without popping any of the bubbles.
This is a classic game that can be played by kids of different ages.Put up a picture of a donkey without a tail. Ask the kids to line-up some distance away from the picture and give each of them a tail with their names on it. Blindfold each kid and point them in the direction of the picture and ask to pin the tail on it.