Most children go through a dinosaur phase, so why not organize a birthday party with a dinosaur theme? Having a dinosaur party is a fun and different theme for the party.
But how do you make a dinosaur party? Send invitations that look like a dinosaur, build a dinosaur nest, place the toy dinosaurs, and decorate with crêpe paper over the walls and lamps. The food at the dinosaur party should be leaves and brontosaurus burgers. Good games of a dinosaur party are digging fossils, pin the tail on the dinosaur, and make a dinosaur tooth necklace.
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Invitations for a dinosaur party
For a dinosaur party, you can buy premade invitation cards or print dinosaurs in slightly thicker paper and write the invitation on the back.
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How do you decorate for a dinosaur party?
Decorate with solid green crepe paper on the lamps, the windows, and the walls.
It makes a great watering hole on the floor with a big blue blanket or thick paper.
Place toy dinosaurs in the room. Plush toys, plastic toys, bones, etc.
Draw dinosaur footprints with street chalk outside the house.
Paint dinosaurs on the balloons and hang them up or buy dinosaur balloons. Use white balloons as dinosaur eggs.
Decorate the table with toy dinosaurs and small plants they can eat.
What do you serve at a dinosaur party?
Not all dinosaurs ate’s meat. So a leaf salad may want to serve. Use a mix of green vegetables such as spinach, mache salad, arugula, etc. for the leaf salad.
The carnivorous dinosaurs should serve skewers or perhaps brontosaur burgers.
Candy bags at a dinosaur party
Let the children look for dinosaur eggs. There are unpainted eggs you can buy. Paint them white, or any color you wish to have the dinosaur egg have. Let the children look for them in the garden or in the house.
What can you play?
Add small plastic dinosaurs in eggs and let the children, with the help of clues, guess which dinosaur is located in each egg.
Dig for fossils – use a giant sandbox where you buried some dinosaur skeletons. Let the children look for fossils and brush off the rocks with brushes to see if they can find fossils in them.
Look for dinosaur skeletons – Buy biscuits shaped like dog bones. Paint them white and hide them in the sandbox. As the children find a dinosaur skeleton, they may have to piece together the dinosaur.
Place the tail on the dinosaur – Place a giant paper dinosaur (without tail) on the wall. (Or buy a pre-made one) Let the children one at a time to come forward, get a blindfold, be spun a few laps. Then, with the aid of adhesive, try to attach the tail to the right place at the dinosaur.
Who got the dinosaur egg? (A variant of the dog and the bone) Here are all the kids on the floor in a circle. One of the children will be the dinosaur and pretend to sleep in the center and close his eyes. Then you give one of the children a dinosaur to hide behind his back. Then all the kids are saying to the dinosaur, “all hands behind your back, now the dinosaur is waking up.” Then the dinosaur is awake and comes up to one child at a time and roars. The kid shows their hands, and that he or she does not have the egg. The dinosaur is moving on to the next until the egg is found. The children had the egg that must be a dinosaur in the next round.
Look for dinosaur teeth – cut out lots of paper teeth that you hide in the room. Make a dinosaur gap of tape that the children then will fill the teeth that they find. Does the gap as big as T rex’s mouth. Determine if a child can fit. Can an adult also fit in de dinosaur gap?
Hide dinosaur bone – Buy an ox bone at the pet store and hide it. The child who finds the bone can hide it next time.
Look for stones filled with treasures – mix a lump of a cup of flour, 1 cup of coffee grounds, 1/2 cup salt, and 1/2 cup of sand. Add 3/4 cup water until it becomes a pasty consistency. Make bite-sized balls and make a hole in the middle where you put a little surprise. It may be gold coins, a small dinosaur, or the like. Fill the hole. Let the lumps air dry or dry them in the oven at 125 degrees for about 10 minutes. Hide treasures and let the kids find and open the stones.
Do not wake the sleeping dinosaur – Put the kids in a circle on the floor. First, choose a child who will be the dinosaur. The dinosaur is in the middle, face down, and pretends to sleep. Now the kids, one at the time, crawls forward towards the dinosaur and ask it, “do you sleep.” Dinosaur answers “yes” several times. But suddenly, the answer dinosaur “no.” Then it is time for the children to escape to avoid getting caught. The child who is found will be a dinosaur next round.
Triceratops – draw the head of a Triceratop on a piece of paper and attach three sticks where the horns should be. Let the children throwing rings on the horns.
What activity can you have at a dinosaur party?
Dancing – it may sound strange, but tie the paper bags on children’s feet so that they turn into big dinosaur feet. Now they have to dance so beautifully they can!
Hide dinosaur bones – bone-shaped biscuits you painted white or cleaned chicken bones in a box. Give the children magnifying glasses and brushes and let them play paleontology.
Make a volcano by burying a can of baking soda in the sand. In another jar, mix water, vinegar, dishwashing liquid, and a few drops of red food coloring. Add the mixture over the baking powder starts volcanic eruption.
Produce dinosaur teeth of dough you dry and let the kids make a necklace of dinosaur teeth.
What is a nice gift for my kids’ friends at a party? Great gifts are dinosaurs, crafting stuff mercenaries, tattoo pens, magnets, etc. For more ideas on great gifts to give to the kids, I have gathered here.
What can you use as the theme of a children’s party? Some topics for children’s parties include disco party, knights, princess party, Barbie Party, or why not organize a party space. More themes will be at the party, you can find them here.
What do you play on the kids? Fun games have on children’s party is chocolate pudding game, apple worm, smash balloons, dance stop, put the murmurings of the pig, and so on. Here I have gathered good games for kids’ parties.
How do you arrange a Pippi party? Send invitations that message in a bottle. Children dress up in Pippi clothes and take their horses to the party. At the Pippi party, you can set the table under the table. When the kids finish eating, you fold the tablecloth whit the plates and mugs inside. Candy bags should include candy canes, lollipops, and gold coins. More tips for the Pippi Longstocking party can be found here.