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Little Boy Blue Birthday Party Ideas
Little Boy Blue is a popular nursery rhyme for
children and also makes a wonderful theme for a birthday.
We've listed our favorite ideas, games and activities for the Little Boy
Blue theme. Choose which ideas work best for you and use
them to plan the perfect child's party!
Little Boy Blue Activities
Hayride - Hayrides are always fun and children love them. Use a traditional wagon pulled by a horse or tractor or make your own hayride from a large wagon or wheelbarrow filled with hay and give the guests rides one or two at a time.
Petting Zoo or Pony rides - Some petting zoos have farm animals that they will bring to the birthday. Cows, bunnies, chickens and goats - kids love them!
Signing of a picture mat or scrapbook page
Set up a table at the party so guests can sign a picture mat (that you can later use to mat the birthday boys picture) or a scrapbook page for a special memento from the party. Ask guests to write a small blessing, poem or favorite memory about the birthday child.
Little Boy Blue Party Games
For younger children see our party games for 1 year olds and 2, 3 & 4 year olds
Needle in a Haystack - Fill a big container like a kids swimming pool with hay, raffia, shredded newspaper or Styrofoam peanuts. The "needle" (never use anything sharp!) could be toys, candy or little plastic sheep and cows. Hide the toys and candy in the "hay" and have kids search for the items. Little Boy Blue Treasure Hunt - Hide lots of plastic farm animals (or cut out sheep and cows from cardboard) around the party area, backyard or park. Send out party guests to find the lost farm animals. Let the guests keep what they find, or bring them back to trade for a prize. You can also write a number on some (or all) of the animals and when they find one they can trade it in for a prize that corresponds to the number on their animal. As a fun activity during the treasure hunt give each child a little horn that they can blow when they find an animal.
Little Boy Blue Food Ideas
Little Boy Blue Party Favor Ideas
White bags with black cow spots (draw on with permanent marker or glue on construction paper spots)
Place party favors in a blue bandana and wrap up
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