Our Lilo and Stitch party games and printables are just what you are looking for to help put together a fun fabulous Lilo and Stitch Birthday Celebration. Send out the invitations and get ready to celebrate Hawaiian style as we help you take this classic Disney movie theme and turn it into a party theme that your child is going to love!
First check out our selection of DIY party games, then for more inspiration download our adorable editable printable party supplies.
Purchase pool noodles in a variety of colors and cut them into 2 to 3 inch circles. Provide a length of twine to each of the guests as they arrive and let them loop the rings of their choice onto the twine. When they are done, tie the ends of the twine together to form a garland and place it over there head.
This would also be a great time to give each guest a Hawaiian name for the party. You can use this free online Hawaiian name translator and use that to give each child their name.
You will need a Stitch toy or doll to play this game. Have all the children sit on the floor together with their legs criss-crossed. One child is designated as Agent Pleakley. They sit in front of the group and turn their back on them. Agent Pleakley closes his or her eyes while one of the children in the group plays Lilo and hides the Stictch toy in between their criss-crossed legs. Once Lilo has been chosen and the child has hidden Stich all the children call out (just like in the classic game Doggy Doggy Where’s Your Bone):
At that point Agent Pleakley can open his eyes and turn around. He or she has three chances to guess who has Stitch – less if you don’t have that many players. If he or she guesses correctly they get a prize. Whoever played Lilo gets to be the next Agent Pleakley. Some play that if they guess correctly they get to continue playing Agent Pleakley until they fail. It is up to you.
In this game you will need to purchase some cheap flip-flops and a hula hoop. Using string or rope, hang the hula hoop from a tree outside.
Create a line a few feet from the hula hoop that players have to stand behind. Players take off their shoes and put on a pair of flip-flops (you can use one or two pair for everyone).
They then try and flip the flip-flop off their foot and through the hula hoop. If they make it they get a prize.
Dr. Jumba is an intergalactic mad scientist, he not only created Stitch – he created hundreds of alien life form “experiments”. In this activity each child creates their own experiment. You can have them draw and color their experiments, or you can let them craft them out of play dough.
After they have all finished you can gather all the children together and let each tell the story of their experiment. You can use prompts like name, special ability, the one place they truly belong, etc.
Each guest gets a towel to pretend it is their surf board. Play some energetic surf music and have each child hang 10 by holding out their arms to the sides, bending their knees, and pretending to ride the waves.
When the music stops all the players must freeze in position. If anyone is caught moving, talking, or laughing they are out for that round. Start the music back up again after 15 seconds or so and continue playing until one one player remains.
If they are too good and keeping still you can always do silly stuff to try and make them laugh.
For this game you will need a coconut, a pineapple, and drink umbrella’s.
Place the pineapple in the middle of the yard and challenge each player to roll the coconut as close to the pineapple without actually touching it.
Each player has up to three turns. After each roll they can choose to keep that spot or try again. If they choose to try again, they can’t keep the spot they landed on during previous rolls.
You then use drink umbrella’s (with their name written on it) to stick into the ground and mark their place.
In this game you will need 16 balloons and 16 index cards.
On each index card write one letter from the word OHANA MEANS FAMILY. Place one index card into each balloon. On the start of go players pop the balloons as fast as they can by squeezing it, sitting on it, stomping it, etc. You can have them all pop them together are you can have one player go at a time, and when they have popped one of the balloons and retrieved the index card they tag the next player to go.
Once all the balloons are popped and index cards retrieved, players must work together to unscramble the letters and spell out the secret message. Once they do you can reward them all with a prize ( cake and ice cream work perfectly).
If you think the players are too you to unscramble words you can tell them what they need to spell or you can purchase an actual puzzle from the store and put a piece in each balloon.
For this game you will need some small nautical toys such as plastic fish or boats, and other non- related ocean items which can be anything – spoon, apple, army man, dice, etc.
Fill a large bucket with water (by the way, this should be played outdoors) and place all the items in it.
Blindfold each player and have them reach in the water and try and feel for an item that belongs in or on the ocean. If they guess correctly they get a prize.
This game is a combination of musical chairs and a hula hoop contest. You will need enough hula hoops for each player (these can double as favors). Place all the hoops together to form a large circle. Play some fun Hawaiian music to which the players will walk around the outside of the hula ring to.
When the music stops everyone grabs a hula hoop and begins to hula. The last player to stop hula hooping wins a prize (this could be the hula hoop itself, or the hula hoop of their choice). They then sit out the rest of the game to give the other players a chance. Keep playing until all players have won a prize or a hula hoop.
Purchase or collect boxes before the party. All of the boxes should be about the same size and you will need one for each guest – or you can have guests work in teams of two, if you can’t find enough boxes.
Provide construction paper, paint, glitter, scissors, markers, etc… and let the children each create their own piece of the totem. You can take this opportunity to teach about Hawaiian totems as well.
When they are finished with their projects, collect them all and stack them on top of each other (attaching with duct tape) to create a giant tiki. Take a picture with each child next to it to send to their parents.