Sleepover & Slumber Party IdeasFun Sleepover Ideas, Sleepover Games, Slumber Party Activities
Great sleep over ideas for girls of all ages. We've included a page full of homemade spa recipes and truth or dare questions to print out (for all ages - rated G) and some great crafts to keep everyone busy and having fun!
It's easy to send out great sleepover invitations to all of your friends. br /
You can either buy great looking invitations with pictures of sleeping bags, flashlights, pajamas, fuzzy slippers, etc. or make them yourself.
If you want to make your own - look for fun clip art or coloring book pages to copy the images you want onto colorful blank cards.
Buy plain pillowcases and write the slumber party information on the pillowcase (not too large - in a corner of the pillowcase or attach party information separately) and ask that they decorate one side of the pillowcase with their name and bring it to the party. During the party have everyone sign each others pillowcases on the back.
Get creative with the sleepover invitation and cut out heads from pictures of you and your friends and then paste them to the invitations. Make it look like you are sleeping in a sleeping bag, wearing big fuzzy slippers or having a pillow fight. Sleepover
Invitation idea: Create little pillows by folding squares of felt or craft foam in half to make pillow cases. If you don’t sew, use a stapler, glue gun or fabric glue to secure the side and bottom edge of the pillow case. Stuff with a little cotton. Write the invitation on a 3 x 5 card and slip it into the pillow.
Text: WHAT HAS 12 LEGS, GIGGLES AND STAYS UP ALL NIGHT? MY SLEEPOVER PARTY, AND YOU'RE INVITED! When making the invitations for your party use the amount of legs for your invited guests and change MY to the Birthday girls name. Thanks for the great idea Movin Girl
Telephone number for RSVP: Make sure to write in your telephone number. Parents will want this too.
If you will be serving dinner, pizza or snacks (so your friends will know whether to eat or wait until they get to the party to have dinner). Example - We will be having pizza!
Sleepover / Slumber Party ActivitiesMake fun matching t-shirts to remember the sleepover
Buy inexpensive t-shirts or tanks (you can also ask on the invitation for each girl bring one from home) and provide lots of fun iron on letters in different fonts for everyone to use. It's fun to come up with crazy sayings and make matching t-shirts to remember the party. ** Make sure to wash and dry the t-shirts before guests arrive so the iron on's will stick.
Scavenger Hunts - Lots of fun at slumber parties! We've included free lists filled with fun items to find!
There are several to choose from - try our Bigger and Better scavenger hunt for a fun twist!
Make Tutu skirts! Complete instructions for an easy to make tutu. No sewing required! All you need is tulle and ribbon!
Decorate cork bulletin boards with foam cut-outs (available at Discount or Craft stores)
Decorate a jewelry box with foam cut-outs, stick on jewels or paint.
Decorate picture frames with paints, foam stickers, jewels, pieces of feather boas, glitter, etc. Take pictures of you and your friends at the sleepover and place them in the frames.
Hair makeovers, facials, peels, manicures and pedicures. (See the games section for fun spa games.)
Free list of homemade spa recipes - includes a great chocolate facial mask!
Chocolate Spa Sleepover
Fashion Fashion Show
Make Pom Pom pets
Test Your Taste buds
Sleepover / Slumber Party Games for girls
Minute to Win It
Truth or dare game - Sit in a circle and ask each other truth questions. If the person you ask doesn't want to answer the question then they must do the dare. We've made a fun list of free clean (rated G) truth or dare game questions for you to print out for sleepovers.
Nail Spin a Color Game
Foil Project Runway Game
The first person puts on a blindfold and does the makeup of the second person. Then when they are done the second person puts on the blindfold and does the makeup of the third person. Draw numbers to determine the order. Really funny - take pictures so you can keep the memories.
Song Maker Game - Pick one person at the sleepover to go first for the game. Everyone in the group decides on a title of a song and then the person chosen first must make up a song to go with that title. Example: Little bunnies on my pillow.
Fill shopping bags with 6 different items in each bag. A shoe, hat, party favor etc. - each bag should be filled with different items. Divide into teams and give each team one bag. Go to separate rooms to make up a skit which includes all items in the bag. After 15 minutes come back and perform. Variation: Create a TV commercial or song.
Prize Auction Game
This sleepover game is played with m&m's, skittles or any small candy that comes in different colors. Place candy in a bowl. Sit in a circle and ask the guests to choose 2 candies - without looking. Show them to everyone and then put them in your mouth ... if they are the same color then you can chew them, if not you have to hold them in your mouth until your next turn when you can try and choose 2 more of the same color. You can't chew until you get 2 of the same color.
Oversize Board Game
Sleepover Ball Game
Candy Hunt Sleepover Game
For an icebreaker I usually just have everyone start in my room and start a pillow fight whoever you hit they must tell you something about them.
Play Charades Think of fun things that go with your slumber parties theme and write them down on pieces of paper. Divide your friends into two teams. The first team picks a player to act out a word. The player chooses a word - but doesn't show their teammates. The player then tries to act out the word while her teammates try and guess what she is acting out. If they guess the word the team gets 1 point. Set a timer for 3 minutes - if the team can not guess the word in 3 minutes then the other team gets one guess at what the word is. If they are right they get the point. Play to 10 points.
White Elephant Exchange
Christmas Time Scavenger Hunt
See our huge list of fun games for winter and Christmas parties. Some of the games include: Penguin Relay, North Pole Scurry, Freeze Dance and 18 more party games, icebreakers and activities.
More Games just for girls! Slumber Party Menu
Pizza - take out or have more fun making your own with fun toppings.
Chips and dip
Veggie tray with dip
Fruit tray with dip
Make Rice Krispie Treats, Brownies or Cookies at midnight
see party food ideas for more choices ....
In the Morning after the Sleepover / Slumber Party
Make pancakes and top them with strawberries, chocolate chips, sprinkles etc.
Have a chef challenge - give everyone a "mystery" ingredient they must use in their breakfast dish.
Eat Breakfast parfaits - alternate layers of cereals and yogurts in a tall glass or parfait
Eat left over pizza
Get up and watch cartoons
Now is the perfect time for sleep over makeovers
Sleep until time to go ...
Sleepover Tips and Ideas
Buy extra toothbrushes and keep them unopened in a drawer in case someone forgets to bring one to the sleepovers.
Don't invite too many guests to sleepover at one time - too many personalities increases drama!
Up to 5 is usually fine, more if they all know each other and get along.
Serve healthy snacks along with the junk food for a balanced sleepover.
Truth or Dare Game - Free truth questions and dare ideas!
Mall Scavenger Hunts - 8 different mall hunts with free clue lists!
Find a theme for your sleepover - party themes
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