A Mix Of Kids Indoor Party Activities – Quiet and Loud
Kids indoor party games
are team games that allow children to work together- some quite active
while others require more brain power, Charades as an example.
can be a good way to start a party, children can decorate a party hat
or loot bag/ favor bag. It allows for children to arrive at different
times and they can mingle with each other without the pressure of going
straight into a game with children that they may not know.
Types of Indoor Party Games
Inside party games can be split into individual games, team games or crafts.
- Individual-Individual games
can come in many shapes and sizes and may or may not produce a winner.
For younger children a clapping or singing game while sat in a circle
will delight, while older kids will have fun with The Chocolate Game or No Paws Allowed . Traditional favourites like musical chairs and a treasure hunt can be played indoors or outside.
- Teams- Indoor team games can involve a quiz or miming game to really allow children to settle down. More active options like Hat and Scarf or Clothes Swap have children jumping in and out of clothes as part of different challenges.
- Crafts-A craft activity
can give children something special to take home- a hat decorated to
the theme of the party, a necklace or model that can be kept as a
reminder of the day long after the birthday cake has been eaten. Another very simple crafty activity, especially suitable for younger children is coloring- everyone can color at their own pace, but enjoy sitting a table together. If you need printables, we have more than a few for you to print off!