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Flower Petal Hop Children hop from one flower petal to the next while music plays then they have to stop and find a petal to stand on when then music stops. Cut large flower petals out of poster board or felt - they should be large enough for 2 children to stand on. Use as many flower petals as there are guests playing the game. Put the petals around the floor. Tell birthday guests that they are going to pretend to be bugs and when the music plays they must hop or fly around the room, but when the music stops they must find a petal to land on. If you want to give out a small prize before the party write down a different number on the bottom of all of the flower petals. Buy small prizes or toys and assign them a number that matches the numbers on the bottom of the flower petals. At the final round of the game tell guests to pick up the petal they are standing on and they win the prize that matches the number on their petal.
In various cultures, birthdays are celebrated in various ways. A birthday is a certain day when a person was born. Your youngster's birthday is just one of the most memorable experiences in their life. Any birthday you celebrate can be produced into a theme party that comprises a few of these games or you may simply have a party in which you have devised a means to play a selection of games merely to keep the party spirit going. A great and fairly economical means to devote your 18th birthday is to lease a condor on the beach. A good way to devote your 18th birthday with your family and friends is to visit a Theme park. You'll discover all types of quite inexpensive birthday or holiday goody bag ideas that are quite cheap and simple to gather.
Fish Relay Game Divide guests into 2 teams. Use 2 large buckets to hold water and place at the starting line. At the other end of the playing field set up 2 plastic milk bottles - one for each team. The bottles should be the same and have a smaller opening at the top. Place a foam fish in each one of the plastic milk bottles (the fish have to float when water is added to the container). Fill the buckets at the starting line with water and give each team a sponge. One by one team players take turns dipping their sponge into the water and then running to their bottle and squeezing the water into it, then running back to the starting line and handing off the sponge to the next player on their team. Teams keep going until they can fill their bottle full enough to make the foam fish rise to the top and out of the bottle.
Dig for bait Find a great place that has lots of worms and let the kids dig for their own bait. Give each child a plastic container with a lid (that has small holes punched in the top) to hold their bait. Let them take it home for future fishing outings or use it during the party if you will be fishing. Tie helium balloons in pinks, oranges, yellows and greens to the mailbox so party guests will know where your Flower party is located. Line the walkway to the party with real or fake flowers. Set up a display of watering cans and wheelbarrows at the party entrance. Cut green crepe paper streamers into 8 - 10” lengths and tape one end to the top of your birthday party tables, banisters and mantel so they hang down and look like grass. Cut the strips in different lengths. Decorate the room with lots of flowers - real or artificial.
A surprise party is always a fun and relatively easy option. The trick is keeping it a surprise! Enlist the help of a couple of your child’s friends to assemble a great guest list, choose a location and get your child to the designated location at the appointed time. Maybe throw in an at-home taco bar or panini buffet to make the party a little more special. No, not the old find a clothespin and a green Lego type of hunt. This is the kind Stanford’s freshmen run every fall during campus welcome week. In the Stanford version, students fan out across San Francisco with cameras and a list of quirky, hilarious and often edgy items to capture and bring back. You can use your town's landmarks and icons to throw a wildly whimsical scavenger hunt party that will be remembered for years.
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