Whether you’re having a Kindergeburtstag München, celebrating watching your favorite sports team play, or having a birthday for an adult, here are some great ideas for a sports themed party.
Party City scored big with these football cupcakes. What a great idea to make goal posts out of pretzel sticks.
Football season is upon us and it’s going to be epic! Monday night football and the Super Bowl are great excuses to get together with friends and have lots of good food. Here are some great party ideas for decorations and treats. Enjoy! Go ________ (insert team name here)!
What you need: Dental floss, Saltine crackers, newspaper.
Preparation: Cut the dental floss into pieces. Thread the floss through one of the holes in the cracker and tie a knot. Attach one cracker to each child’s belt loop so that the cracker is lying on their behind. If they do not have a bet loop, you can either use safety pins or tie the string around the waist. Give each child a newspaper wand. To make a newspaper wand, just roll up a few pieces of newspaper into a pipe shape and secure with a piece of tape.
How to play: Set boundaries for the game, generally a large square of space outdoors. The children run around trying to hit each other’s crackers off their string. Once their cracker is all gone, they are out of the game. The child with the largest remaining cracker wins the game.
Note: When I played this game at my son’s party, half of the boys were remaining after awhile so I kept shortening the boundaries until we found a winner.