Girl Party Games
Girls birthday party Games!
These are our favorite games for girls birthday parties and are
perfect to play at a birthday party or sleepover / slumber
For more fun party ideas see our
Ideas and games.
Party Games for Girls
Truth or Dare
Girls sit in a circle on the floor. There are two
containers - one marked Truth and the other marked Dare. The first
player then chooses a person in the circle and has them reach in the
Truth container and pull out a truth question. The girl reads the
question to herself and decides if she wants to answer it or not.
If she wants to answer it then she reads the question aloud and then
answers it. If she doesn't really want to give an answer to the
question she folds the truth question back up and puts it back in the
Truth container. Then they have to choose a dare out of the dare
container and do what it tells them to do no matter what.
We've created a big list of (rated G) questions for truth or dare and
some fun dares for girls to print and use at a birthday party. Truth
& dare questions.
Aluminum foil is used to create fashions - find out who
can create and design the best or most creative outfit from just foil.
Fun game and girls really like making crazy looking clothes! Play
on teams or let the girls design their own creations
and model the outfits themselves. Give each
girl 1 or 2 big rolls of foil. Pass out
pieces of ribbon, string or rubber bands to help the girls make the
clothes stay on if you choose. Using the foil have the
girls create and shape the
most fabulous outfits they can. Anything can be made from
the foil including skirts, shorts, blouses,
pants, tank tops, sunglasses, high heels, flip flops, hats,
wigs, tiaras, jewelry, rings, earrings, belts and more.
Nail Polish Song
This game puts a girly twist to the game
of "Hot Potato". Sit in a circle and give a pretty
bottle of nail polish to the birthday girl. While singing
the song pass the bottle around the circle. When verse is
over the girl holding the bottle opens it and paints one of her
nails. Then start the song again and keep passing the nail
polish and playing the game until someone has all of her
fingernails painted. You can give out prizes or just have
fun singing along.
Here is one version of the song ... you
can easily make it fit your daughters name and age with a little
creativity. "Happy Birthday to Mary (birthday girls name)
... we're so glad she's eight - e, so we could come and play- e.
Happy Birthday Mary!
Thanks Roslyn from Indiana for the great
Drama Bag Game
Make several drama bags by placing 5 or 6 different items in several
large shopping bag. Separate into teams of 3 or 4 and
give teams each a bag. Have the teams go to separate rooms and come
up with a skit using the things in the bag to perform for the other
teams. Each team gets 10 minutes to create their skit. Variation -
Instead of doing a skit have the girls make up a song or
Blind Trust Make Over Game
How much do you trust your friends? A fun game where one
person does the make up of another person ... while blindfolded!
One girl wears a blindfold and the make up is laid out in front of her.
Have another girl sit right in front of the one who is blindfolded.
The blindfolded player then tries to put make up on the other girl while
everyone else watches. When done the one who has on makeup gets
to be blindfolded and the next girl in line sits down until everyone
gets a turn.
on the Prize Game Game
Ask the guests to bring with them a nice gift that they received
that they don't like or won't use to the party. Ask them to
wrap the item so no one will know what it is. When the everyone
arrive gather the gifts together and tell everyone you are going to have
a prize auction. Give out $100.00 in paper play money. Begin
to auction off the unwrapped gifts. Hold up the 1st gift and
like an auctioneer ask who would pay $1 for the gift... keep
bids going until there is one high bid. For fun add gag gifts and
food items to the crazy auction items so they can bid on and win more
then one item. After everyone opens their presents they can trade
presents around or you can have them use their unused money to buy candy
or small presents. Or have them bid and pay for who gets the first
piece of birthday cake, what game they will play first , what music is
M & M Candy Challenge
You will need Skittles, M&M's, or any other colorful candies. Put
the candies in a big bowl with the girls sitting around it. Without
looking each person chooses 2 pieces of candy then puts them in her mouth
... the other girls have to tell her if they are matching colors or
different colors. If the candies are the same then they can chew and
swallow them ... but if they don't match then she has to keep them in
her mouth until her next turn. Then she chooses two more candies and
tries to get a matching set. No chewing or swallowing until two candies are the same.
Toilet Paper Share
You’ll need a new roll of toilet paper for this fun girl party game. Gather
in a big circle and tell them you are going to pass around the game
toilet paper roll and to take as much as they think they to play. Pass the paper around without any further instructions and
have them take sheets of paper off the roll. After everyone has
their sheets then tell them they have to share one thing about
themselves for each square of paper they have.
Buy a giant inflatable ball - like a beach ball - and write
different questions or actions all over it in black permanent maker. All
the girls stand in a big circle and the one who has the ball throws it
across the circle to another girl. The girl which catches the big ball
has to answer a question that is under her thumb. When they have
finished answering (or performing the action) they throw it to another
girl. Fun questions or actions for the ball are: Scariest movie ever
seen? Favorite color? 3 words that are you? Favorite band?
Favorite singer? Favorite film star? Nicest thing ever done for
you? Meanest thing someone said to you? Worst phobia? If invisible
you would? If animal which one? Secret crush? First kiss? A
secret about you? Pet peeve? Or for actions: Stand on your
head for 1 minute, hop like a frog around the room, bawk like a chicken
for 2 minutes, Close your eyes for 1 minute, etc. Try and write things
that would be funny and not too embarrassing or questions that would be
fun to learn about someone.
You will need plastic dishes and cups and two trays for this relay style
game. Give teams a tray and the same amount of dishes
and glasses ... or use plastic cups and saucers that have to
be stacked if you would like. One at a time the girls have to
stack all the dishes on the trays and carry them with one hand above
their head to the opposite side of the room and back. If the dishes
fall they have to pick them up, run to the start and begin
again. For summer time and splash parties play this game
outside and use glasses and cups that are filled with water that they
have to fill, carry and dump into a larger container ... first team that
fills up their container wins.
Nail Polish Spin Game
Place several bright and fun nail polish bottles in front of girls who
are sitting around a circle. Have the first girl choose a color
and then lay the nail polish bottle on its side and spin it. When
it finishes spinning whoever the cap of the nail polish bottle is points
at has to paint just one of their nails that color. When they are
done they pick a color of polish and repeat the process so someone new
has to paint their fingernail the color they chose. Keep playing
until all the girls fingernails are painted in a crazy color pattern.
Paint your toes along with your fingernails to extend the game.
Pardon Me, but what are
Girls sit down and the first player starts by acting out an
action such as combing her hair. The girl next to her asks her
"Pardon me, but what are you doing?" and she has to answer with
something other then what she is doing such as "Riding a horse".
Then the girl who asked the first question begins to act out something
and the nest to her asks the same question. Try and go as fast as
you can without messing up.
Sleepover games -
Sleepover / Slumber party
Party Games for girls and boys -
Birthday games for 7, 8 and
9 year olds
Tween Party Games -
Party games for ages 10, 11, 12
Girls Birthday Party Themes
- over 175 great themes!
Tracy - Justin, TX
This girls party game is a variation to pinning the tail onto the donkey. Have the girls
draw, color and cut out a pair of lips. Place some 2
sided tape on the lips. Buy a favorite poster that the group would like
(I chose Zac Efron for example). Have the girls go one at a time wearing
a blindfold and stick their lips on the poster after being spun around 3
times. The one that got nearest to the mouth wins the poster to take
Give out bead necklaces to each person as they arrive. tell them that if
they say birthday at all through the party they have to give the person
they said it to their beads. The one who has the most beads at the
party's end wins and gets a prize. (singing happy birthday does not
Bailey - Ft. Polk, LA
To play: 1st give each group a skit and they have to dress up like
2nd DON’T GIVE THE GIRLS REAL CLOTHES use aluminum foil, Saran wrap, and
To play one girl will have to stand in the middle, while the
others create a circle of chairs. Then each choose a chair to sit on.
The middle girl will say something like, "If you're wearing
blue move to the right." Players then move to the right. However, if
someone is not wearing blue they stay in there seat, and somebody ends
up sitting on their lap! It ends up being a blast! Make up questions beforehand ... here are some examples: If you have
brown hair move to the right. If your eyes are blue move to
the left. If you hate spinach move to the left. If you think
"_____" (insert boys name) is cute move to the right. If
you've traveled out of the country move to the left.
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