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Frozen Theme Party Games and Activities

Frozen Theme Party Games And Activities #1: If you are planning several activities, consider half of your activities be based on Elsa and the other half on Anna. Award 20 points (or some other set amount) for each game or activity. Explain to your guests that the points won’t be used to see ‘who wins’ but rather to see if each guest is more like Anna or more like Elsa. If you play an ‘Anna’ game and the child earns 17 points, then they earn 17 Anna points and 3 Elsa points (17+3=20). If they do poorly at an Elsa game, earning only 4 points, then they earn 4 Elsa points and 16 Anna points, indicating they are more like Anna, then Elsa. At the end, it’s not about earning the most points but rather which princess they are most like!

Frozen Theme Party Games And Activities #2: Providing your party guests are old enough handle working with scissors, allow your guests to create snowflakes from folded paper. This is a great activity to set up for your guests to enjoy while they are waiting for all of the other guests to arrive. For, if you plan this early on in your party, you can hang the snowflakes up around the party space while your guests are enjoying the party adding to your decorations! For an added touch, allow each child to write a wish on each snowflake that they create. For older guests, award kudos to those who might ‘win’ for different categories such as “Most like a flower” or “Most Creative”

Frozen Theme Party Games And Activities #3: Provide bowls of different varieties of small candies, small pretzel sticks and the largest marshmallows you can find and allow your guests to make their own snowmen! For construction purposes, you might consider using toothpicks in the center of the marshmallows to hold them snowman together. You can also use smaller marshmallows (connected by toothpicks) to make arms (if not using the pretzel sticks.) Allow each guest to name their snowman, assuming they aren’t all names Olaf, that is.

Frozen Theme Party Games And Activities #4: Do your party guests have what it takes to be a TRUE Ice Princess? Test them to see. Freeze a large bucket of water in your freezer (as large as you can based on your own freezer). Have each child try sitting on the block of ice for a determined amount of time. Or, turn it into a game to see who can sit on the block of ice the longest. The first few seconds are a shock, the next few seconds seem easier….then it quickly gets difficult, but a lot of fun!

Frozen Theme Party Games And Activities #5: This is a great game for older children. Freeze two different t-shirt in identical buckets of water (you may need to do one at a time.) Do your best to keep the shirt in the middle of the ice and measure the water so that both amounts are equal. Now, divide your party guests into two groups. Each team must melt the ice away from their t-shirts enough for one of the guests to PUT IT ON. All of the ice does not have to be off the shirt first. The only stipulation is that one of the team members puts ON the shirt. They can melt the ice in whatever creative ways that they think of (i.e. rubbing it on the ground, their hands, etc.) It can take several minutes and works better with larger groups – a lot of fun to watch!

Frozen Theme Party Games And Activities #6: Provide each party guest with a large sheet of paper or white poster board. Allow each guest to create their own ice palace. These can then be hung up around the party area afterwards, adding to your overall party decorations. Make sure you have a lot of blue markers for this particular activity.

Frozen Theme Party Games And Activities #7: Similar to the above, provide each guest with a roll of kitchen plastic wrap. Using the plastic wrap and some clear tape, each guest must construct their own ice palace. These look great as part of your table settings!

Frozen Theme Party Games And Activities #8: Provide materials for each child to create their own shadowbox snow scene. Using standard shoeboxes (the smaller boxes work better), cut a hole to peek through on the side. On the top, cut out a square, approximately three inches by three inches. Cover the hole from the inside with some light blue tissue paper. For the inside, find some cheap white laundry soap. Mix it with some water to create a paste. Allow your party guests to line the bottom of the scenes with this ‘fake snow’. Now they can place twigs (trees) and fake plastic deer to create a scene. With the lid on, when the viewer peeks through the side hole the interior is lit up by a light blue glow, creating a truly ice scene! Something you have to see to appreciate!

Frozen Theme Party Games And Activities #9: From stage and lighting companies (where one might rent a fog machine) they rent out SNOW MACHINES! Now, I’m not talking about something that creates icy snow…it’s a machine that shoots up a non-toxic suds-like snow into the air. It falls just like snow and is used for stage performances. They are INCREDIBLY fun to see and watch. It’s a great way to make it snow in the middle of Summer. Your guests will enjoy playing in it – and you’ll enjoy the fact that it dissolves on contact!

Frozen Theme Party Games And Activities #10: Plan a snowball fight! This can be done either indoors or outdoors, providing you have space for the activity. Begin by dividing your party guests into two groups and place them into two separate playing areas similar to a volleyball court (two squares adjacent to each other.) The size of the squares will depend on your party space. In the middle of each square, place a regular Sunday newspaper (the big ones.) When you say GO, each team member is to take a single sheet of paper, crumple it up into a snowball and throw it into the space of the opposing team. Each team can come up with their own strategy as to who will be making the 'snowballs' and who will be throwing them. The goal is set a time (say five minutes) where each team must get as many snowballs into their opponents square before time is up. When you say STOP, everyone must drop what they are holding. Count the number of 'snowballs' on each side and determine a winner. When explaining the rules, instruct them that no snowball may be thrown until it is in the shape of a ball (i.e. they cannot just throw loose sheets of newspaper.) Also, there's no rule against taking a snowball that's been thrown at them...and throwing it right back! This is a GREAT activity to get a video of!

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Frozen Snowflake on
STORYBOOK PAPER -
For a MAGICAL
Frozen theme party!

 

 


Frozen Snowflake on
STORYBOOK PAPER -
For a MAGICAL
Frozen theme party!

 

 


Frozen Snowflake on
STORYBOOK PAPER -
For a MAGICAL
Frozen theme party!