Coolest Kid Birthday Parties

Dribble Dribble Drench Water Game

by Johanna
(Georgia)

Get a bucket full of water and a sponge and bring it to the destination that you chose (outside). Then everyone needs to sit in a circle. One player will get the wet sponge out of the bucket and walk around everyone dripping drops of water on their head then when you get to a person that you choose, drop or squeeze all the water out of the sponge. Then that person will have to chase you around the circle to get back to where you started without being tagged.
(Just like " duck duck goose":-)

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Squirt Question Water Party Game

by Julia Baxter
(Butler, PA)

You pick one person to stand in front, then the others line up and the person you picked to stand in the front will ask questions.
If the first person in line gets the question right they get to squirt the person in the front for 10 seconds with a water gun (or 5 seconds with two water guns). If you get the question wrong the person in front gets to squirt him/her. If everyone gets the questions right, they get to fill a plate up with whip cream and throw onto the persons face. If everyone gets the questions wrong, the person in front gets to squirt everyone or throw whip cream.

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Kiddie Pool Marble Dip Party Game

by Michelle
(Los Angelas, California, United States)

Divide the players into two teams and get one kiddie pool full of water and marbles. Then the first player of each team will run to the kiddie pool and dip their feet into the pool and with their toes they will try and get as much marbles as they can in half a minute. Once the half a minute is over, the next team-member gives a try (and so on until all the team-members try their luck). At the end you will count which team has the most marbles and whichever team has the most marbles WINS!!

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Hit The Target Water Balloon Party Game

by Brooke
(South Carolina)

Morning of the party, get some sidewalk chalk. On the driveway, make approximately 8 circles (one inside the other) with the smallest one in the middle filled in as a target. Have the kids stand in a designated spot on the driveway and let them all throw 1 balloon filled with water at the target. Mark each child's initials in the middle of the water spot. Closest to the target wins.

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Water Balloon Knee Passing Party Game


(Anonymous)

Prepare some balloons and fill them with water and glitter. The aim of the game is to pass the balloons from one kid to another without pressing the balloon too much (so that it doesn't pass). The balloons must be passed between their knees. There can be two teams playing against eachother, whoever gets to the finish line first (without dropping the water balloon) wins!

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Water Gun War Party Game

by Lisa
(Plainfield, IL)

Have 2 teams (we played boys against girls)- have a small pool filled with ice and water. Use that to fill up large squirt guns with, then just run around and attack each other. What a shock to get hit with that cold water! (we used the newer pull back on the barrel to fill up, guns. One long tube, sold at pool stores).

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Splat Water Balloon Party Game

by Beenish
(PA)

For kids, there is something exciting about dropping things just to see them go splat. This game indulges that impulse without the indoor mess. To play, you will need a paved surface (such as a driveway), a box of filled water balloons (all close to the same size), some chalk and a measuring tape. Taking turns, each child holds a balloon high overhead, then heaves it onto the hot pavement, trying to make the biggest wet mark possible. The water will quickly evaporate, so two scorekeepers outline the wet mark in chalk and put the child's initials next to it, as well as the size of the splat at its widest point. You can give out all kinds of prizes, for the hugest splat, the most unique splat, the smallest splat, etc.

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The Spoon Race Water Party Game

by Bekah
(U.s.)

You'll need two even sized cups, a spoon, a small table to put the cup on, two bowls of water, and two teams.

Set the two cups on the table next to the bowls of water. Then form a line of two teams. When everyone's ready say "GO!", Then the first in line of the team runs to the table then picks up the spoon dips it in the bowl to get water then dumps it into the cup. Then he/she puts the spoon back on the table and the next person goes. Continue playing until the cups are filled up, and whoevers team fills the cup up first wins.

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Spoon Balloon Water Party Game

by Rylee Shortridge
(USA)

Divide the kids into two groups. Give each team a spoon and a small water balloon filled with water. Have the two teams stand on one side of the party area (all of the members of the team standing in a line, one after the other). On the mark of "GO", the first person on each team tries to go from one side of the party area to the other and back with the water balloon on the round part of the spoon (decide if you want the easier game - them holding the spoon, or the harder game - they hold the spoon with their mouths).

If the water balloon falls and breaks, that team member needs to start from the beginning (have extra water balloons ready).

The first team to have each team member participate, wins.

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Water Pinata Birthday Activity

by Stephanie P.
(Neosho, MO)

On the hottest days of summer, nothing beats a homemade pinata full of cold water. This candy-free version is a dentist's dream. You'll need a medium-sized trash bag, water, rope, bandanna or scarf, and a broom. Fill the trash bag with one to two gallons of cold water and knot the top of the bag. Tie one end of the rope tightly beneath the knot. Toss the free end of the rope over a tree branch and either tie it securely or have the adult stand by to raise and lower the water pinata. To play, each child takes a turn being blindfolded, getting spun around three times, and then taking three whacks at the pinata with the broom. The winner is the one who manages to break the bag and unleash the tidal wave. (You can also put little water presents in the water trash bag- as in squirt guns, sunglasses, water goggles etc.)

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