Children’s party or themed children’s fete
Games for a Cowboys and Indians children's party, the Pirate Kids birthday, or the Knight Children's Festival are always high on the agenda when it comes to theme parties.
When you have chosen a particular theme for the children's party, invitation cards around this topic will give the occasion a nice polish. If you could get printed Kinder shirts fitting the theme that of course would be fantastic. Because already young children suffer from leisure stress the invitation, therefore, should be sent out promptly. If you do not want to buy invitations but still would like to work with the party theme, you can make them either yourself or get them done by a designer. Online orders seem to be particularly simple.
However, not only children love theme parties, at those particular occasions, adults too are often prepared to disguise. If this party is supposed to be particularly original, you could do it out in the sea. All you need is to charter a boat and have a captain’s party afterwards. Pirates, Neptune, and mermaids even the motif of the Titanic can be implemented on a motor or houseboat. A celebration on a boat is something very special.
What would be a party without games?
For generations, party games are enormously popular. No wonder: The participants are all in good spirits and in a festive mood - a few fun games do just the rest! After all, the party would get boring quickly if there was nothing else but music. Not everybody likes dancing. Party games can be very well organized with the usual utensils, those ones that can be found at any party. These are, for example, balloons, streamers, confetti and more. Always make sure that all the games include a relatively equal share of boys and girls. In addition, make sure that even the youngest and weakest among the participants can be involved easily so that no one feels left out.
Party games are fun, lighten the mood and offer variety and something new. Suitable are all the games that are action-packed and can be played in relatively short sequences. Ideally, each game should involve a lot of players. After all, you do not want half of the group watching the other half play.
- Walk the plank
Balance along a beam.
- Diving for treasure
We take a bath full of water and pour a pack of jelly teddy bears into it. Who can fish out the most teddy bears with their mouth in one go?
- In the bird’s nest
The aim of this game is to use a telescope to recognise different objects on a table.
- Pumping water
Using a sponge, water will be soaked up from a bucket and squeezed out into a second barrel.
- Loading the ship
In a port, large supplies of barrels, boxes and sacks are loaded on board. We will do a moving courier.
- Pirate ships and cannon fire
Water balloons are thrown into the opponent's field with a blanket.
- Pirates meal
Eat ship's rusks, plate of soup or lemons.
- Pirate pantomime, pirate Pictionary
Will the group manage to work out what the pirate is trying to say?
- Rope ladder
With the help of a rope ladder, an obstacle must be conquered.
- Bison hunt
The player has a lance in his hand. Now he must run past several bison made from cardboard.
The Red Indians senses are sharper than ours. Will the player notice which stones have been swapped?
A target is shot at with a bow and arrow.
- Silent creeping
A member of the group tries to sneak up and take the items without being noticed.
- Nimble as a weasel – agile as a snake (crawling)
The group will crawl through the terrain.
- Fetching water
The Red Indians did not have any water taps. The water had to be collected from a nearby river and transported back to camp.
- Tomahawk throwing
Hit cans with a Tomahawk
- Creeping up - silently!
Whoever thinks someone is standing them lifts their arm!
- Duel at the totem pole
2 red Indians fight with a black knife (foam isolation tube) against each other.
- Shield management
A talented knight must not only be able to fight with a sword, but he must also be able to defend himself quickly with the help of a shield.
- Chariot race
Chariot racing was a popular sport in Roman times.
- Risk and jump
A stone is positioned as far away as a player thinks he can jump.
- Sword fight
Some well padded non-dangerous swords should be produced for the various knight’s games.
- Fight with sticks
Stick fighting with foam padded sticks.
- Bow and arrow telegraph
The task is to shoot an arrow from point A to point B to point C.
- Knights pantomime or knights pictionary words
Will the group manage to work out what the knight is trying to say?
The group’s task is to mix a magic potion.
- Lasso throwing
The lasso thrower must lasso a vertically standing post.
- Chariot race with team change
Two pairs set off together. The riders must swap over during the race.
- Horseshoe throwing
A horseshoe must be thrown onto a stick.
- Washing gold
Stones which are sprayed with gold paint must be found in a playing area (goldmine).
- Recognising knots blindly
The task is to feel and recognise different knots through touch and to name the different knots.
- Light feet
A blind player guards a prisoner which must be freed.
- Making paints
At this station oil, leaves, charcoal and earth is provided.
- Diving for a treasure
All kids have to retrieve scattered object from the pool
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