Coolest Kid Birthday Parties

The Three-Legged Classic Party Race

by Anonymous

Make two teams, each team is made up of two people... Tie one person's right leg to the other person's left leg (using a soft rope or ripped up cloth).

Have the two teams race to the finish line and back to the starting line. The first team one who gets back first wins.

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Four Corners Party Game

by Sarah

To play this game you will need to be in a room with 4 corners and it is also best played with 10 or more people. Start off by picking a guesser. Then everyone has to spread out to a corner of their choice.

Once everyone is in a corner the guesser will then say corner 1,2,3, or 4. Anyone who is in the corner the guesser had picked is out. This keeps on going throughout the game till there are 4 people left.

Once there are only 4 people left then there can only be one person in a corner. The final person gets to be the guesser and/or gets a piece of candy.

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Pin The Hat On the Birthday Kid Party Game

by Nikki
(Bristol, Wisconsin, U.S.A)

What you do is you take a picture of the birthday girl/boy and you need to have a picture of a party hat. Everyone takes a turn, is blindfolded, and has to try and put the hat on the birthday girl/boy.

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How Many Pages Are In This Book?

by Fm Lyons
(Los Angeles, CA)

Take a harlequin novel or something similar, paperback novel. Ask home many pages are in the book. The one to guess the right answer (or the closest answer), wins.

Similiar to how many jelly beans are in the jar.

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Macaroni Party Game

by Jennifer Stallworth
(Columbus, Ohio)

Take lots of plain elbow macaroni noodles (uncooked) and disperse them openly onto a table top (where all the children will surround). Every child gets a pair of chopsticks and a papercup. The object of the game is to get as many of the noodles into the cup using the chopsticks. At the end of five minutes (can be less), the child who has the most macaroni noodles, wins.

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Donut Eating Competition

by Sandra

Each kid has a donut in a bowl.
Everyone has their hands behind their back (you can tie there hands together behind their back).
When the adult says "go", all of the kids have to
start eating their donut while their hands are
behind their back. The winner is the person who finishes their donut without using the hands.

Another option is to hang each donut from the ceiling using string, it makes it harder.

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Lollies and Chopsticks

by Rebecca Xox
(Australia )

You'll need chopsticks, a bowl, lollies, dice.

Pour the lollies in the bowl.

All you have to do is sit in a circle and roll the dice. if you get a 6, try and pick up as many lollies as you can with the chopsticks. If another person rolls a 6, then you have to stop and they get a turn.

Its really fun! If you get any lollies you can eat them!

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The Chocolate Party Game

by Abby
(Auckland, New Zealand)

Everyone sits in a circle and there is a block of chocolate in the middle, a knife, fork and one dice. You also pick some dress-ups (example: gloves, fairy wings, scarf etc... It can also be something that has to do with the party theme your child has chosen).

Everyone takes turns at rolling the dice and if someone rolls a six they put on the dress-ups, go into the middle of the circle, cut 1 square of chocolate at a time and then eats it... meanwhile everyone else is still rolling the dice to try and get a six. As soon as someone else rolls a six, the person in the middle takes off the dress-ups and the person that rolled a six puts them on and so on.

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