Posted on 29 Aug 202129 Aug 2021 by Petra — Leave a commentFun Party Games Did you know we have few party games available to make entertaining a bit easier? From the classic Pin the tail on the donkey in lots of themed variations, Duck fishing game, egg relay, pinatas to beer pong for the adults. There is a lot you can choose from! But other than these games, there are so many other party supplies you can use for games and entertaining. Maybe you bought a few too many balloons for a balloon garland, so why not use them for a fun game! Egg relay with balloons: Have you tried the egg relay game but with inflated latex balloons instead of eggs? So much fun! And add some paper hats as markers for a slalom run to make it a bit more difficult for the older kids! Balloon Tennis: Get a bit crafty and create tennis rackets by attaching some leftover wooden spoons to paper plates! Inflate few latex balloons and have a safe game of tennis that is suitable for indoors too! Pass the balloon: Create groups of at least 3 children and make them pass balloons without dropping between their legs to get to the finish line! The bigger the balloon, the more fun! Tallest tower: Have some leftover cups or straws? Let’s see who can create the tallest tower made of cups. Or paper straws. Or wooden forks. Use your imagination! It may seem simple but give everyone the same amount of straws and let’s see who will be the winner! Paper plate ring toss: Cut a hole in the middle of round paper plates and use them as rings for a ring toss game! You can use any kind of stick (wooden stick, end of a broom, etc) to use as a target! Paper plates floor is lava: Give children only two paper plates and get them to race to the finish line only stepping on those two plates. Plates can be moved only by hand! Paper plate Tic Tac Toe: Draw tic tac Toe lines on the ground with chalk and use coloured plates instead of circles and crosses. For older kids, make them stand further and toss plates as frisbees to their desired square. Catch the ball: Split children in pairs and give each a cup and a ball (or a water-filled mini balloon for more fun). Let’s see which pair can throw and catch the ball from the furthest without dropping it. Balloon and straw race: Give every child an air-filled balloon and a straw. Line everyone on a starting line and get them to race the balloon to a finishing line by only moving the balloon by blowing through the straw. Salt dough crafting: Have some leftover food colouring from creating your cake? Use the leftover colour to make cheap modelling dough! Add 2 cups of plain flour, 1 cup of salt and 1 cup of lukewarm water to create your crafting dough. Create few different batches with different colours and let children create themed figurines to match your party theme! Let’s make little animals, flowers, cars etc. The dough will harden by just leaving it in a warm room for a few days or you can bake it to fasten the drying process. Children will then end up with a cute creation that they can take home and show off to their parents. Do you have any other fun ideas on how to use leftover party supplies for games? Let us, and other parents know in the comments!