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Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Party games for elementary age kids

I remember when my daughters had evening birthday parties – often a sleepover – one of the games they loved to play was Sardines. With all the lights out in the game area of the house, one girl is "it" and hides. The other girls search for her and when they find her, they smoosh into the spot with her. They stay there quiet as they can until the last girl finds all the others. It’s amazing how quiet they can be for a game! This is a good game to calm things down before bed. Well, if they actually go to sleep...

More Kid Party Games

Top 8 Outdoor Party Games for Kids” by Kimberly L. Keith at about.com

Some Traditional Party Games for kids

Party Game Central has 182 kid games

Party 411 has a whole section on Sleepover Party Games


Don Ford said...

Sardines was always a good game to get the kids starting to calm down.

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