Need ideas for birthday party games for three 7 year old girls!

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Angela - posted on 05/23/2009

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Jumper are always good especially with a slide. Pinatas are too. Slip n slides. Water balloon fight. A scavenger hunt princess style or whatever they are into. Kareoke.

Luan - posted on 05/02/2009

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Why not get some board games and play some games. Obviously with just three, you will not be able to play the more traditional games such as Musical Chairs etc.

There is a game I used to like playing when I was younger - it's called the Chocolate Game. You get a family size block of chocolate, put it on a plate with a knife and fork. Each person sits in a circle and takes it in turns to roll the dice, whenever someone gets a six, they get to run into the centre of the circle where the chocolate is placed and cut pieces and eat it, they keep doing this until someone else lands a 6 on the dice, they then take the place of the person in the centre of the circle and so on. It is fun.....

You could go to the movies, go bowling etc.

Deanna - posted on 05/02/2009

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My girls aren't that old yet, but I might have some ideas.

1) Set up a pretty parlor. They can doll themselves up with some of your old makeup (samples, the almost gone pressed powder, body spray) and fix eachother's hair, paint toenails, and have a girlie movie night (sleepover)

2) Paint their faces pixie style (maybe even see if you have any old fairy wings from Halloween) and send them on a fairy hunt (treasure hunt) You can make one big treasure, three little ones, or scatter individual items for them to find; color code them if you like (that way you know when everything has been found and each girl has a matching set) wands, fairy dust, maybe a small fairy doll, bubbles, flowery jewelry, (I hear fairies like sparkly things)

3) You could do a Polinysian theme with tiki torches, hula costumes, a treasure hunt, coconut glasses, lei, fresh pinapple, and if you don't have a pool, don't fret, you could use a slip and slide or sprinker, or take it to a park; you could also go with a pirate theme (pirates aren't just for boys you know)

These are just a few ideas. For my 2 year old's birthday, we're having a "Garden Party". We found some butterflies at the store that you can hang from the ceiling (we already had a few in the girls' rooms, but we got some more) and we're getting some Spring bouquets and some silk flowers. We have one of those canopy nets that you hang over the bed. It's going above the birthday girl's chair (it'll be hanging from the hook that normally holds the hanging baskets in the kitchen).

I think the best ideas for a birthday party are to use things that can be recycled in your home, that way you don't feel like you spent all the money on a one time thing. If you go with a Hawaiin or Polynesian theme, you can use the tiki torches and decorations by your back porch/deck/sunroom. Bouquets can liven up your home for a couple of weeks. Flowers in pots can be planted in your garden. Silk flowers can be a permanent addition to your home (maybe your girls room).

Deanna - posted on 05/02/2009

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My girls aren't that old yet, but I might have some ideas.

1) Set up a pretty parlor. They can doll themselves up with some of your old makeup (samples, the almost gone pressed powder, body spray) and fix eachother's hair, paint toenails, and have a girlie movie night (sleepover)

2) Paint their faces pixie style (maybe even see if you have any old fairy wings from Halloween) and send them on a fairy hunt (treasure hunt) You can make one big treasure, three little ones, or scatter individual items for them to find; color code them if you like (that way you know when everything has been found and each girl has a matching set) wands, fairy dust, maybe a small fairy doll, bubbles, flowery jewelry, (I hear fairies like sparkly things)

3) You could do a Polinysian theme with tiki torches, hula costumes, a treasure hunt, coconut glasses, lei, fresh pinapple, and if you don't have a pool, don't fret, you could use a slip and slide or sprinker, or take it to a park; you could also go with a pirate theme (pirates aren't just for boys you know)

These are just a few ideas. For my 2 year old's birthday, we're having a "Garden Party". We found some butterflies at the store that you can hang from the ceiling (we already had a few in the girls' rooms, but we got some more) and we're getting some Spring bouquets and some silk flowers. We have one of those canopy nets that you hang over the bed. It's going above the birthday girl's chair (it'll be hanging from the hook that normally holds the hanging baskets in the kitchen).

I think the best ideas for a birthday party are to use things that can be recycled in your home, that way you don't feel like you spent all the money on a one time thing. If you go with a Hawaiin or Polynesian theme, you can use the tiki torches and decorations by your back porch/deck/sunroom. Bouquets can liven up your home for a couple of weeks. Flowers in pots can be planted in your garden. Silk flowers can be a permanent addition to your home (maybe your girls room).

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