What’s a birthday without games? No party at all that's what! Games bring excitement to any party and birthday parties are no exception. Sure there are the traditional birthday party games like pin the story on the mule and smashing the piata open, but times have changed and while these traditional games remain classics, there are a few more out there that will surely go down in the history books. The new generation will certainly be calling these games ‘classic’.
Balloon Stomp “Here is how this game works. Tie balloons to your ankles and stomp on each other’s balloons and attempt to pop them. A large amount of movement might be required. 6 or even more players can play. You will need rubber bands and balloons. Blow up a lot of balloons and tie an elastic band to all of them. Put a balloon around each player’s ankle by stretching the rubber over their foot. If you want you can put a balloon on each ankle. Make sure players wear shoes to protect their feet. Play some music and have everyone stomp around, trying step on and pop the balloons of other players. Whoever has the last balloon left around their ankle is the winner!
This next game is not called ‘The Ultimate Water Balloon Game ‘ for no reason! Here is how to play. Depending on how many guests you have, you may need to fill up one hundred or more water balloons before the party starts. This is a four part game and each game can have a different winner. The 1st game involves teams of two. Each team gets one balloon. They start very close to one another and the colleagues have to throw them backwards and forwards, with each successful toss both take one step back.
If your balloon pops then you are out. The last team standing wins. The second game is hot potato but you sit the kids farther away from each other so they need to throw it. Everyone who gets wet is out. Everybody left with the balloon is out too.
The third game is a free for all! Let them have a water war with the balloons. And for the last and last game, you give everyone a bucket as a party present, and you tell them who ever picks up the most balloon pieces out of the yard gets the last and last prize. The children will clean the yard so well!