Top 10 Kids Mickey Mouse Birthday Party Ideas for Games
Are you searching for creative D.I.Y Mickey Mouse birthday party ideas for games. You’ve found the right place. Mickey Mouse and his friends from the Clubhouse have come together to help you out. Each Mickey Mouse friend has come up with their own fun ideas for funtastic birthday party games. We hope you enjoy this page of party fun. Please LIKE IT below and pass it forward to your friends if you do.
Mickey’s Hide and Seek Fun
Print out pictures of the Mickey Mouse clubhouse gang: Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Goofy, Pluto, Chip, Dale, Pete, Professor Von drake, Toodles. Tape or glue them all on Mickey Mouse heads cut from black construction paper and hide them throughout the playing area. Tell the children that Mickey and his friends are hiding from them and it is up to them to find them. You can assign one character to each player or let them hunt for them as a team. If you want you can print out a couple of each so that there are plenty for all the kids to hunt for.
ALTERNATIVE GAME VERSION: Split the matches apart from a Mickey Mouse memory game. Hide one set through the playing area and divide the other half among the children. They are assigned to find the matches to their set of pictures. Once they find all their game matches they can help their friends search for theirs.
Goofy’s Hat of Goofs
Goofy loves silliness and goofy fun! In this Mickey Mouse game the children sit in a circle and pass around Goofy’s hat while the music is playing. When the music stops whoever is holding the hat reaches in and pulls out a Goof Challenge. These are funny challenges such as:
- Make the funniest face you can.
- Crabwalk across the floor.
- Sing Happy Birthday using your best Donald Duck voice.
- Try and rub your tummy while patting your head.
- Bend your head behind your head.
- Do your best Goofy laugh.
- Do the Hotdog dance.
- Stand on your head for ten seconds (get help if you need it).
- Spin around in a circle 5 times.
They then complete the Goofy party challenge to win a small prize, and the game continues until everyone has a chance to do a challenge. If a child already has completed a challenge then he or she can choose a friend who hasn’t yet gone.
D.I.Y GOOFY HAT – You can buy a Goofy hat from the Disney store for $25.00, but I think that is pretty steep if you’re on a budget. You can make your own goofy hat replica by taking a brown paper bag painting it green. Next cut the black band from poster board and glue or staple it around the bag about three inches from the top. Bend the top back over the black band to create the hat rim. You could also use a green gift bag, or make your goofy hat out of green and black felt. It doesn’t have to be perfect, the kids aren’t going to care. The fun their going to have is all that matters.
Minnie Mouse Bow-Tique Game
In this Mickey Mouse game the children get to decorate their own paper bows and try to pin the bow on Minnie. Cut out Minnie bow shapes from poster board and have every child color and decorate their own. When each child finishes their bow, attach a piece of tape to the back, blindfold them, and let them try to pin it on a Minnie poster. Doing it this way instead of waiting for all the bows to be completed eliminates everyone having to sit around waiting for their turn. You can also provide Mickey Mouse coloring pages to give the children who finish the game early something to do. t
TO MAKE MINNIE MOUSE: To make the Minnie Mouse poster you can draw or trace your own (or enlist the help of an artistic friend). You can find a picture of Minnie to copy from a Google image search to use as a template. OR you can purchase a Minnie poster try this Minnie Mouse poster.
Donald Ducks Sitting Duck Game
This is a fun Mickey Mouse game where the children do the duck walk and chicken dance while the party music is playing. When the party music stops they must drop and sit down on the floor as fast as they can. The last one to sit is out.
Daisy Ducks Treat to Eat Jewelry
Let the kids create their own fun edible bracelets. Purchase Fruit Loops, chocolate Cheerios, and Life Saver Gummies. These will be their “beads”. Put each kind of bead into its own separate bowl and provide enough elastic string for each child to make two or three bracelets. After they have completed their edible designs, help them tie them around their wrist.
Find Pluto’s Bones
This Mickey Mouse themed party game is perfect if you have a sand box(if not try the alternative version). Bury small dog bone toys in the sand box and have the kids dig to unbury them. They can trade every bone they find for a small prize or piece of candy. If you don’t have a sand box you can use a kiddie pool filled with crinkle paper to bury the bones in. This is also a great option for canceling out the dirty factor.
ANOTHER ALTERNATIVE: Use bones cut from poster board and attach a paper clip to each one of them. Provide children with fishing poles ( dowel sticks with strings tied to one end., with a magnet as the hook) and let them race to pick up as many dog bones as they can. You can play in teams or individually.
Chip and Dale’s Acorn Relay
Chip and Dale love collecting nuts! In this Mickey Mouse game the children will help them collect nuts. Divide the kids into teams and provide everyone a plastic spoon. Give each team a bowl full of acorns. On the start of go one child from each team places an acorn on their spoon and rushes it over to Chip and Dales Acorn Collector Bowl ( or use a tree to drop them in front of). The first team that gets all their acorns to the acorn collector wins.
Give each child a cup and have them stand (or sit) in a line stretching out from the start to the finish. The child at the start, places an acorn in their cup and then turns to drop it into the next child’s cup. That child drops it into the next child’s cup and so on until it reaches the last child. The last child drops the acorn into the acorn collector bowl. The first child keeps the acorns going down the line until all the acorns have been emptied into Chip and Dales Acorn Bowl.
Pete’s Bowling Fun
In this Mickey Mouse game the kids play Pete’s favorite game: bowling! Use 10 empty two liter for the pins. Paint them all bright colors, or simply cover each one with a different colored piece of construction paper. Set up the pins and let each child have three turns trying to knock down all the pins with a rubber ball. You can buy a rubber ball at the dollar store.
Hotdog Dance Off
Play the Hotdog song from Mickey Mouse Clubhouse show. Let each child having a turn being the leader and showing off their funky version of the hotdog dance. Each child must try and copy their dance moves.
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