Penguin Party Ideas
Chill out with these fun Penguin themed birthday
ideas and games. A penguin themed party is perfect for
kids of all ages and can be held at any time of the year.
Penguin Invitation Ideas
Make snowflakes by cutting blue or white paper into snowflake
shapes and then write information on the back.
Black and white tuxedo cards.
Print out party information on a small card and attach to black
bow ties. Ask party guests to wear the Penguin ties to the
Penguin Decoration Ideas
You can decorate a Penguin birthday party several different ways.
Use black and white for everything, decorate in whites and blues to look
like snow or combine the two. Make the front yard look like
an iceberg by spray painting large cardboard boxes or hay bales white
and stacking them around the front of the party venue. Make
penguin foot prints from orange or black paper and tape then to the path
leading to the party venue ... or simply draw them on the sidewalk with
sidewalk chalk. Snowflakes can be bought or made and hung
from the trees and taped to windows and the doors of the party entrance.
Place cotton batting around the Penguin party area to look like snow drifts.
The party table can be made to look like it's
covered in snow by using a white tablecloth and cotton batting for snow
drifts. Or decorate in white and black to match the penguin
Place small silver dishes filled with sugar cubes (ice
cubes!) and have the birthday guests place them in their Kool-Aid (serve non
||Penguin Party Games
Kids race to see who's team can complete a course while walking /
running with a balloon between their knees. Divide guests into two
teams and have them line up at the starting point. On the other
side of the game area set up orange cones or chairs to mark where they
need to run to (and around) before they run back to their team.
They then hand the balloon off to the next person on their team and so
on until everyone has had a turn. First team with all of their
"penguins" across the finish line wins. If they drop the balloon
they must return to the starting line and begin again. Tip:
Blow up several balloons for each team in case they pop.
Penguin Island Hop
Kids have to hop from one end of the room to the other and back using
only pieces of a frozen island. You will need shapes cut from blue
poster board that are large and look like islands. You will need
one more per team then the number of kids on that team. Line the
kids up in their teams and give them their island pieces. They
have to lay the pieces on the floor (the ocean) in a straight line
towards the other end of the room and they each have to hop onto an
island piece. The leader will put down an island piece, hop on it,
then put down another piece in front of them, hop onto it and so on
while their team is hopping onto the pieces behind them as they move up
the line. When they are standing on their last piece they take the
piece from the back of the line and hand it down the line to the front.
The leader puts down the piece in front of them and they all hop up one
space. Then they continue moving a piece from the back to the
front until they have completed the relay. First team across the
finish line wins!
Party games for ages 7, 8 and 9
Party Games for 5 and 6 year olds
Birthday games for ages 10, 11, 12
Penguin Party Food
Black and white cookies
Marshmallow sprinkle skewers - Skewer a large marshmallow on the end of
a wooden skewer and dip one of the ends of the marshmallow in water.
Shake off the excess water and then roll the marshmallow in a dish of
sprinkles. So cute!!
Penguin Party Favors
Black and white nail polish
Hershey's striped chocolate kisses
Penguin bracelets or earrings
Penguin Goody / Loot Bag Ideas
Large black and white mugs
Black and white patterned fabric or black and white penguin printed bandanas
... wrap up party favors in a square of material and tie the ends
together. Then tie black and white curling ribbon or raffia in a
bow at the tied ends.