A theme party featuring Scooby Doo party supplies including printable games, balloons, invitations, favors, plates, decorations, centerpieces, tablecloths, pinatas, and more for Scooby Doo
parties. A Mystery Machine would be a really fun addition to a Scooby Doo party. Check out your local appliance store and get a large, old refrigerator box. Paint it on the outside and let the kids take turns playing inside the day of the party. Have some crayons on hand so they can decorate it. Go here for Scooby Doo Party Supplies
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Getting ready for your sons Scooby Do themed party games means you need to be on yours toes and ready for the best party hosting you can do. Here we have put together a few games and activities to share with your guests. As you send out the invitations be sure that your guest will know they are in for a fun-filled party; of course they will see this when you give a set of Scooby ears upon arrival. You and your children can make these yourself with craft felt or foam, plastic headbands and glue dots or purchase some ears from a party supply store. Now on to the games.
Scooby's favorite food is missing. Can you help him hunt
down his biscuits before snack time? Get online and look for different printable games. You are going to want to watch the age of your children these games will depend on the age of the children, for a great party you need great party supplies and for a great party game go through and hide imitations chocolate dog biscuits throughout the house , in easy or harder to find locations. Give your searchers a sack to put their biscuits in and let them loose to collect as many as they can find.
For one last hooray before sending the children off to eat cake and ice cream try the mummy race.
Divide the children into teams. Each team picks "the mummy" and receives one or two rolls of toilet paper. The object of the game is to be the first team to completely wrap "the Mummy" with their rolls of toilet paper. If you are entertaining younger children, select an adult to be the mummy and the kids can wrap him/her up together without playing as teams. My husband was willing to do this one year. After the children wrapped him up they then played keep away from the mummy -- what a great dad.