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A magical afternoon of fairy fun is a fabulous way to celebrate your child's birthday!
Not only do we have available a great selection of Fairies Party Supplies, but we have also compiled on this page a list of Disney Fairies Party Ideas and Games to ensure that your party is an event to remember.
Food and Preparation
Things to do
To keep a party going, it’s always advisable to have a numerous supply of activities planned as the playing time of each game often far exceeds the time spent in planning them.
Keep the children busy - here are 10 of our favourites….
1. I believe in Fairies
Give one child a set of wings and a wand. She then needs to tag others with her wand. When she does, the tagged child must run to the sofa/or a certain wall and say "I believe in Fairies" 10 times.
2. Tinkerbell tag
One child is "it". She must tag other children. If they are tagged they must freeze and can't move until another child sprinkles them with fairy dust (you can use glitter, confetti or sequins for this).
3. Tinkerbell takes the lead
Get the children to follow a leader (maybe start with an adult to get the ball rolling). The children have to follow whatever the leader does as they move around. Suggestions: hopping, hands on head, jumping, running, skipping, silly walks, turning round, waving arms, being an animal, being a posh person etc.
4. Pin the wings on Tinkerbell
Each player takes it in turns to be blindfolded and is given "Tinkerbell wings" with his/her name on it. With lots of encouragement from the other players the blindfolded player locates Tinkerbell and places the wings on the picture. Leave all the wings on the picture until everyone has has their turn. The winner is the person who gets closest to the correct place.
5. Pass the Magical Fairy Parcel
Start with a present wrapped in successive layers of paper with small prizes in between. Sit all the children in a circle and enlist one adult to be responsible for fair play! and another to control the music. Hand the fully wrapped parcel to the birthday child. When the music starts the parcel is passed around the circle from child to child. At random intervals pause the music. When the music stops the child holding the present unwraps one layer as fast as possible. The child that reaches the prize in the middle wins. (Remember the person controlling the music can peek to ensure every one has a go at unwrapping).
6. Tinkerbell says
An adult or the birthday child is Tinkerbell at first. Tinkerbell faces the rest of the group, who stand where they can see Tinkerbell well. Tinkerbell gives commands for the children to follow such as "Tinkerbell says...Clap your hands" or "Tinkerbell says...Kick your feet". The children are to obey only those commands that begin with the words "Tinkerbell says". If the command does not begin with these words (for example "Jump up and down") the players should ignore it. Anyone who does it is out.
7. Fairy, Fairy, Toad
Get all the children to sit in a circle. Choose one child to be "it". This child should then walk around the circle tapping the other children on the shoulder or head saying either "Fairy" or "Toad". If the child taps someone and says "Toad" the child that has been tapped must get up and chase the child that is "it". If the child who is "it" gets the whole way round the circle and sits in the other space without being caught, the child who is Toad then becomes "it".
8. Dancing Fairies
The music is started and the kids must dance. When the music stops the kids must stand perfectly still. If any of them move noticeably they go out, judged by the person playing the music. If you can't decide then just play another round. Having two or three adults watching is better and they have to agree who goes out. If the last two or three kids are identical for 3 rounds at the end of the game then they all win. More leeway should be given to the little ones.
9. Tinkerbell's wand
Get all the children to sit in a circle. Pass a toy wand around the circle to the music. When the music stops whoever is holding the wand is out. The person left at the end is the winner.
10. Sleeping Fairies
All the children lie down on the floor with their eyes closed as if they were sleeping. One or two of the adults can be the pixies. They must move around the "Sleeping Fairies" and encourage them to wake (move, laugh and giggle). They cannot touch the fairies, but they can move close and tell jokes. Any fairies that wake can join the pixies in trying to wake the others. The last fairy to wake is the winner.
Prizes - If you want to give away some prizes for your Disney Fairies birthday party you should be able to find some theme related colour books, Disney Fairies bubbles or Stickers, something that the kids will be able to do while home.
As you can see hosting a Disney Fairies party can be much easier than you’d think. We hope you found our list of Disney Fairies Party Tips and Game suggestions useful for hosting your birthday celebration.
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