A theme party featuring Dance party supplies including printable games, balloons, invitations, favors, plates, decorations, centerpieces, tablecloths, pinatas, and more for Dance
parties. September is a month in where most go back to school and start the routine again, donít let that happened to you and have a dance theme party. This year get out of the routine right away and invite all the friends over for a good time. Give out gift baskets to all the invites and have tons of food for everyone. Go here for Dance Party Supplies
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A dance party theme works well for any age group! Decide ahead of time if the focus will be on one type of dance or a celebration of a variety of dances. Party supplies need to dazzle your guests. A cool combination is to use black, blue and silver EVERYTHING--balloons, streamers, tulle, tablecloths, plasticware, candles, etc. Sprinkle silver confetti on the tables. Hang black battery operated paper lanterns from the ceiling.
Dance activities can be silly and fun. Randomly divide guests into pairs. Play a song that has a fun beat and have each pair come up with a dance routine. After the routines have been practiced, have a dance off competition. Winning couple receives a price. Another activity is to invite someone to actually teach the guests a new dance.
After the dance activities, have some printable games ready. Can guests match up famous dancing partners? How many songs can they remember that has "dance" in the title? How many types of dances can they list? For younger kids, provide word search puzzles that pertain to dance.
Party games work out well for a dance party. Play "Name That Tune" using songs that contain the word "dance". The game "Rhythm" works well with a group of people. Sit in a circle and count off so everyone has a number. The first person leads everyone with the rhythm (hands on knees, hands together, snap, snap...repeat). On the snap, the leader says her number and someone else's number on the second snap. That person then says his number and someone else's. A simple game is to divide into teams. Draw random dance moves and have one person from each team demonstrate the move. The person who does the best move scores a point for his/her team.