Tinker Belle/ Peter Pan Birthday Party Help...

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  1. Mickeyteacher

    Mickeyteacher <font color=darkcoral>Mother, Wife, Daughter, Frie

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    Ok, so I'm in need of some help from my fellow Disers... DD is having a Tinker Belle / Peter Pan party in two weeks. The party is at home, so I'm trying to come up with some activities to keep the kids busy for about an hour. Can you please help? TIA!
    S :)
     
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  3. AlexWyattMommy

    AlexWyattMommy <font color=deeppink>Okay, here I am, out of high

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    How old will the guests be?
     
  4. Mickeyteacher

    Mickeyteacher <font color=darkcoral>Mother, Wife, Daughter, Frie

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    From ages 4 to 8. 3 girls and 5 boys!
     
  5. AlexWyattMommy

    AlexWyattMommy <font color=deeppink>Okay, here I am, out of high

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    Make paper plate masks of forest animals and let them be "lost boys".

    What about a scavenger hunt as the lost boys? Use picture clues for the younger ones and written clues for the older ones. Have 5 things different things each one needs to find. Or pair them up to find them. Have one of the things be "pixie dust" (sugar sprinkles)

    Let them use sugar sprinkles as pixie dust on their ice cream.

    Pin the hook on Hook?
     
  6. party of 3

    party of 3 <font color=royalblue>i can't believe that i will

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    WOW AWM you've got some great ideas there! are you a party planner ? if not, maybe you should be.......;)

    i know who i'm coming to when i need some ideas.....
     
  7. AlexWyattMommy

    AlexWyattMommy <font color=deeppink>Okay, here I am, out of high

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    Nope, not a party planner. But sometimes the ideas just come to me.
     
  8. mantaz

    mantaz <font color=deeppink>I just thought my computer wa

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    Perhaps dressed as the lost boys, they could play some kind of Follow the Leader game. Also if they are interested you could always do a pin the wings on tinkerbell.

    I am sure you will have a GREAT birthday party!
     
  9. mrp4352

    mrp4352 DIS Veteran

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    Or pin the Hook on the Captain?


    I may be remembering the stage show and not the Disney movie, but wasn't there a song with a drum beat where everyone would tap sticks in rhythem? Could you play on that? Sit everyone in a circle and have them send "Indian drum signals" by following the leader's pattern.
     
  10. huge mickey fan

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    Not sure if this will help or not. We had a Captain Hook party this summer and I bought color your own pirate beach balls and bandanas. In the kids treat bags I printed the Peter Pan coloring pages from here http://disney.go.com/magicartist/coloring/ and stapled them together along with the beach balls and bandanas from Oriental Trading company. The kids loved them and the coloring sheets were a big hit.
     

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