Coolest Kid Birthday Parties

Bazooka and Whipped Cream

by Zakiya
(Olympia Flds, IL)

The object of the game is to find the piece of Bazooka Bubble Gum on a plate while standing with your hands behind your back searching through the whipped cream. When found, whoever blows a bubble first is the winner. You may grant a prize if wished.

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Candy Throwing Game

by Erin
(California)

The Candy Throwing Game isn't just for little kids it is a game that can be played for ages 3 and up; even adults can play it!

You need:

Tin buckets or can and small bags of candy in little plastic bags.


Directions for playing:

Line up the tin cans or buckets away from the children and or adults/teens. Give each person a little bag of candy and let them try and aim for the bucket with the candy. Whatever candy lands in the bucket is theres to keep like a prize.

It's rather a simple game.

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Whats Inside The Box

by Peyton
(Michigan)

Have a couple of small boxes. Fill them with different items. For example fill one with oatmeal, one with dry noodles, and one with grass. Cut holes big enough for a hand to fit in. Then have the kids put their hands inside without looking and guess whats inside of it.

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Chop Sushi

First take a small box, rip pieces of paper and put the pieces of paper in the box until it's full. Take one of the pieces and draw a line on it, then put it back and mix it into the box with the rest of the papers. The children use their index finger and a stick (or two chopsticks for older children) and have to take all the pieces of paper out in 30 seconds. The point of the game is to get the piece of paper with the line on it out of the box. The children may pick any level 1 through 10; as the level goes up, the shorter the time gets. Make prizes too.

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Water Balloon Smash

by Stacy
(Federal Way)

1. Two teems are needed.
2. Put water balloons in a row and one team goes on one side and the other on the other side.
3. On the count of three each team needs to take as many water balloons as possible and throw at the other team (trying to get the other team as wet as possible).
4. At the end, the two teams pick one person who is the driest from each of their teams.
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5. Then the judges judge who the driest is from both of the chosen ones, and the person that the judges pick - that team wins!

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Rubber Ducky Carnival Game

by Emily
(United States)

Before you begin setting up for this game make sure you have enough prizes (you should have small, medium, and large prizes).

To set up for this game, you need one of those little circle pools for little kids. Put water in it and have about 10-30 rubber duckies floating in it (10 if not a lot of people are coming, around 30 if there are a lot of people coming). On the bottom of each of the rubber duckies, write either "try again", "small", "medium", or "large".

The players either choose a rubber ducky or throw a round ring to catch a rubber ducky. The rubber ducky they choose or catch is the one they get.

If "try again" is written on the ducky they got, they don't win anything. If "small" is written on the ducky, they get a small prize and so on. You can choose if they get to keep the duck or not (depending on how many people and rubber duckies there are).

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Pole Ring Toss

by Courtney
(United States)

This is a fun booth game for kids. Start by having a pole about 1-foot tall. Have 3 circle toss rings. Each person tries to get all three rings on the pole each time they throw. Make sure each person is at least 3 ft away from the pole.

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Mop Water and Bucket Game

by Selena
(Michigan)

Every team dips a mop in a bucket of water and on the count of 3 everyone runs to the finish line where there will be two empty buckets. There, they have to squeeze the water from the mop into the bucket. Whoever has the most water in there bucket at the end of a specified time, wins!

The winners spill the bucket of water on the losers ;-)

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