Spiderman Party Ideas
Fun ideas for a
Spiderman themed birthday party!
themed ideas for party games, activities, food, invitations,
decorations and more!
Spiderman Invitation Ideas
Draw spider webs on solid red note cards with a
black permanent marker. Write or print party information
on the inside.
Print party information on red paper, roll up tightly and slip a
plastic spider ring around the invitation to keep it from
Print out the spider from the Spiderman logo on black or silver
paper and glue to red note cards.
Spiderman Birthday Party Decoration Ideas
In the front yard or entrance to the Spiderman party use silly string to
make webs hang from trees and the doorway. Down the hall to the
party tape white crepe paper crisscrossing from top the top of one wall
to the bottom of the opposite wall so guests have to weave through the
Decorate the party table with solid red table
cloths, blue plates, cups and napkins and yellow flatware.
Crisscross white crepe paper across the ceiling and walls of the party
area to look like a giant spider web.
Spiderman Party Games
Spider Web Trap
Choose a room that is away from the main party area and
string red and blue yarn across and through the room in crisscross patterns so that
the yarn covers the middle of the room. Then place an item at the
far end of the room (a star shaped pillow for example or a stuffed
spider) and during the party have the kids line up and one by one go
into the room to see if they can retrieve the item without touching the
yarn. They have to go under, over and through the yarn maze.
Spider Web Throw
Hang up a sports net and on the side in back of the net place a
large bucket or plastic tub. Have the kids stand facing the net
and throw plastic spiders through the "web" to the buckets on the other
side. This is harder to do then you would think ... the spiders
get caught in the net.
Sticky Web Tag -
Kids will need lots of room to run and move around for this party
game. Don't get caught in the sticky spider web! Kids line up in a line
and clasp hands. During the game they have to keep holding hands. The
first player in the web tries to touch the person that is last in the
web. When the child last in line gets touched the first player moves
from their place at the front to hold hands with the end player that got
touched and then the they try and stay away from the child who is now
first in line. Keep tagging and changing places down the web until each
child has had the chance to play both positions.
Spiderman Treasure Hunt -
Have a Spiderman treasure hunt for plastic spiders. Purchase a
lot of plastic spiders. For fun you can buy a few colored spiders and
give away special prizes if they are found. Tell kids at the party
to find all the spiders. When the spiders are found let the kids trade
them in for prizes..
This is great fun for outside parties. Give each child one or two
cans of silly string and then let them have a silly string web war.
You might want to provide sunglasses for each child and towels for them
to clean up with after the war.
Spiderman Party Food Ideas
Draw spider webs with frosting onto cookies, brownies or Rice Krispie
Mozzarella sticks, french fries or pretzels for spider legs
Chocolate spiders - melt chocolate chips in the microwave then stir in
chow mien noodles or pretzels. Spoon out in small clumps on wax
paper and place in the freezer to harden.
Spiderman Party Favor Ideas
Spiderman shaped fruit snacks
Spiderman Goody / Loot Bag Ideas
Draw spider webs on red bags with a black permanent marker