Teenagers are the most difficult group to please when hosting a birthday party. Teenagers are too young to host superhero and princess parties, and too old to host a cocktail party. How can you throw an unforgettable event that isn’t too childish or against any laws? Mirago Media AB created Grapevine. Our vision: In today’s world that is constantly changing our goal is to design and develop low-cost spiele kindergeburtstag 6 products that can be enjoyed by everyone during the hours , and also to help with the preparation and planning of birthday parties, celebrations, events celebrations, anniversary celebrations, corporate events and family celebrations by providing tips and techniques.
Let the Games Begin
Jacci claims that Jacci and her daughter spent many weeks brainstorming games for the party. It was like a mix of many different game shows. Some games related to guests’ knowledge of the “birthday girl”.
Jacci and her daughter were both the judges and hosts. To keep everyone engaged and involved, they selected captains for each team ahead of time. This was to avoid putting people ‘in the spotlight’ who weren’t comfortable leading. To build the teams, the captains created names. To make sure that everyone knew each other’s names, name tags were distributed.
This party had six stages. Each team began with a Pop Quiz. Once they had scored a certain amount of points, they could move on to the next stage.
- Get active!
- Birthday Mathematics
- Crack the Cryptic Clues
- Name Game Jumble
- Puzzling Pictures
- Trivia Questions
Sample Acting Out Challenges
Instructions: Three members of your team should act out the puzzles. They are called “The Actors”.
Important: You must perform your charades while one of the hosts is present in order to complete this portion of the game. Tell them that you’re about to begin a round. The sealed clue envelope will be given to your actors by the lady. You must start the charades within 2 to 3 minutes after opening the envelope. Once your team has correctly guessed the answers, the party host will give you the next envelope. You won’t get any help from watching other teams. Each team has its own set of charades. The party host may accept partial or close-enough guesses.
Your team should know the theme. Using the given order, silently perform each party game. The primary actor for each clue is the actor, but the actor may be assisted by the other actors.
- PIN THE TAIL ON YOUR DONKEY
- BREAK THE PINATA
- BOBBING FOR APPLES
- MILKING A COW
- GOLDILOCKS & THE THREE BEARS
- DOG PADDLE
- TRICKS OR TREATS
- CHRISTMAS TREE TRIMMING
Pirate Hook Relay Race
Each team will need a pirate Hook for this game. The first player for each team wears the hook and runs to a pile of chocolate-coin-filled mesh bags. The bags must be hooked by the players and brought back to their respective teams. All remaining players must take the hook and do so as well. The team that retrieves all their coins first wins.
Divide the players into two teams, and ask them to stand on either side a volleyball net or imaginary line. Each team should be given a bucket of blackwater balloons, a large beach towel and a sheet. You can also paint pirate flags onto them. The serving team puts their balloons in the flag and then launches them into the air. The opposing team attempts to catch them and then volley them back. The game continues until everyone is laughing and wet.