A theme party featuring Olympics party supplies including printable games, balloons, invitations, favors, plates, decorations, centerpieces, tablecloths, pinatas, and more for Olympics
parties. This September have a huge Olympics theme party and invite all your favorite people. Make lists for everything and plan ahead. You should have a list of all the guests that would be ideal to have, then the guest who you are not too sure about, consult with friends and get ideas and suggestions. Go here for Olympics Party Supplies
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The Olympics make for a fun party theme for kids! With the opportunity to run, jump and compete, kids are sure to have a great time! With some advanced planning and select party supplies, a memorable party can easily be done. If possible, find hula hoops in the Olympics colors (green, yellow, red, blue and orange). Hang the hula hoops near the entrance to the party. Other decorations are simple. Use the Olympics colors for balloons, streamers, banners and flags.
On the morning of the party, set up Olympics activities for the kids. For the outdoors, plan a running race, a distant jump contest, a frisbee toss, a gymnastic event, etc. For the indoors, plan a hotdog eating contest and an Olympics trivia game. Also have word searches, mazes, and other printable games on hand.
Let the Olympics party games begin! Once all of the kids have arrived, divide the kids into three teams and assign them to a made-up country. Using white pillowcases and fabric paint, have each team create a flag for their country. (Prior to the party, sew the pillow cases with two seams. Leave enough space between the seams for a yardstick to go through). Attach the flags to the yardsticks by stapling. As the teams compete in the various events, keep track of points. Not every child has to participate in each event.
After the games are over, bring everyone in for refreshments. Be sure to have plenty since they'll have worked up an appetite! As the kids eat and work on the printable games, calculate the points each team has earned. Hand out medals to each team member of each team--gold, silver and bronze.