Come to Never Land and Celebrate a Birthday for ---
Straight on 'till morning (plus a few hours): time
Second Star to the right: At (address)
could even suggest they come dressed as their favorite Peter Pan character
Stars and star garland on the table.
Sprinkle shiny confetti on the table, pixie dust
Balloons hanging from ceiling (if inside) tape onto ribbon- stars, cutout of Peter, the
Darling Children and Tinkerbell. Use tape to hold balloons to ceiling.
Party Supplies from
Birthday in a Box
Pirate Party Supplies
Tinkerbell party supplies
Jolly Roger cake:
Bake two round nine inch cakes, the bottom half will be used for the ocean,
color some white icing, the second layer cut in half and sandwiched
together with chocolate icing. Then cut the bottom half of the
sandwiched cake, so that it can sit flat on the ocean (icing), this becomes
a boat, the Jolly Roger. Use some remaining white icing for the deck of
the boat. Skewers and construction paper make sails for the boat.
Place sword toothpicks on the deck of the boat, and thread some yarn through the
toothpicks for the railing. Finally, write Jolly roger on the boat, make
some windows and an anchor. For the plank I a piece of graham cracker and
hold in place with some wooden toothpicks.
Maybe a sheet cake cut into an island shape. Frost with green top and blue
sides. Place Swedish fish around edge or mermaids if you could find some. Place an volcano
(edible or plastic on top) with palms.
I always use lunch bags, usually the brown kind. If you fringe the top of
them all away around (about a 2 1/2-3" cut) you can fill them then tie them off with
ribbon or star garland. Decorate with stickers.
Games and Activities:
Have the kids lie down on butcher paper and trace them. Cut out the bodies and let
them decorate them with crayons or markers.
Hide from the Pirates:
Outside, use chalk to draw circles one less then number of kids. They can be in
random areas. Outside this area have the kids stand, give them a direction and a method to
move (hop, run, walk, fly like Tinkerbell, walk like the Indian's or pirates) After a bit
call out - "hide from the Pirates" and they all must scramble to find a
"hole." The one who does not make it stands in a "hole" for the next
go round. Continue...the last one to get a "hole" wins the game.
Tagged by Captain Hook
Stand the "Lost Boys" (all the kids) against a wall except one who is chosen to
be Captain Hook. A signal is given and players must change ends, with Captain Hook trying
to tag as many as possible. Those tagged become Hooks pirates and as such may help Hook
with his hunting but only Hook can do the tagging. The pirates can catch and hang on to
the Lost Boys until Hook can tag him. One pirate to hold one Lost Boy at a time.
Hang a sheet, form teams. Take one team at a time behind the sheet
with a flashlight or other light. Have the kids walk by, close up to
the sheet. The team on the other side must guess the shadow of the
person walking by.
Need: blocks of wood, can paint them to look like treasure chests
Blindfolded one child, they become the sleeping pirate and sit on a chair in the middle of
the room with "treasure" (blocks of wood) which he is defending, at his feet.
The other kids -lost boys, line up at one end of the room. On signal, "GO", they
must stalk in an attempt to pick up treasure without being caught. The sleeping pirate
catches those who have made noise by pointing at them. A child pointed to must retire and
start from beginning. Two try's for each player. Only one block can be captured at a time.
Variations: Form teams...the team with the most "treasure wins."
Single players...let them try to reach a goodie bag instead of the blocks. (only one
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