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parties. A great party favor for an Indianapolis 500 party theme is imprinted racing hats. These hats can have any design of choice and guests to love the idea of having their own personalized gift. You can have different colors for boys and girls with names of cool designs, get creative and enjoy. Go here for Indianapolis 500 Party Supplies
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Racing fans will enjoy an Indianapolis 500 party! For fun party supplies, use lots of red, blue and yellow helium balloons, streamers and checkered flags. Purchase napkins and paper plates with racecars on them, along with blue cups and plasticware.
Let the Indianapolis 500 party activities begin! Divide the kids into two to four teams and provide each team with toy tires, cardboard, paint and other items. Each team has to build a racecar. Once the allotted time is up, declare which time created the best car. Award trophies which can be made by using a small block of wood and super gluing a racecar on top. Kids love to get muddy! Using a sandbox, bury racecars in mud (actually sand and water). Let kids slide on plastic garbage bags to protect their clothes. For each child who is able to unbury a car, award with a trophy.
Games for the Indianapolis 500 party can be done indoors or outdoors. Wrap a larger toy racecar in a box with several layers of wrapping paper. Pass the box around in a circle, each person unwrapping one layer. The person who gets to the box, can open the box and keep the car. Depending on time, have one or two other cars wrapped and play the game again. Play a version of "Pin the tail on the donkey" by having a cutout of a racecar driver glued to cardboard. Blindfold kids one at a time to place the helmet on the driver's head .
Printable games come in handy for a Indianapolis 500 party. Create a maze of a racetrack. For younger kids, provide a coloring page. Bingo is a great option. Instead of numbers, call out racecar drivers' names.