My dd will be 8 at the weekend and is having a Hello Kitty party (we live in Germany Hello Kitty is not passé for 8 yr olds here!) I have all the decorations etc. I have lost count of the number of girls coming but I guess 12-15 +. Can you recommend some really good party games for indoors or outdoors? I have a few ideas but not enough...!
I need party game ideas for a "Hello Kitty" party!
Pin the bow on the kitty?
Hello Kitty Bingo?
Pass the parcel (you can wrap up a Hello Kitty doll ten or twelve times and each time the music stops a child unwraps a layer of paper and then the game continues until the parcel is revealed and that player is the winner)
You could also have a coloring table of Kitty Pages (you could get these online)
You could do a make your own Hello Kitty jewelery if you have a bead store near you and each guest could make a necklace or a bracelet as their favor.
HK Piñata? I love a piñata!
You could also have a scavenger hunt of sorts, hide toilet rolls all over the yard each with a sticker of HK and a number 1 - #of guests and then have a prize table with the prizes (like erasers, stickers, etc) numbered and wrapped up corresponding to the tubes, maybe have three really awesome prizes for fun.
If you have HK cookie cutters you could bake a bunch of HK cookies and let the kids decortate them with frosting and sprinkles.
Despite being an avid feminist against all stereotypical enforcement of girlhood...I cannot wait to have girl party! :o
Love your ideas hakeber! She did have a smaller party yesterday as she didn't have a party last year due the family illness. We went to the local reptile zoo and she and eight friends, boys and girls were shown around and got access to lots of amazing creatures. Her photo opportunity was having a snake around her neck - so she can do girly and not so much!
I think we are expecting about 15, any more idea for more crazy fun general party games that don't have to be Hello Kitty per say as I have plenty of H.K. prizes to give away.
We scored a Hello Kitty pinata so happy about that.