Are you looking to throw an action-packed Ninja party, but running short on ideas? Sometimes the best themes are the hardest to plan for. With the right invitations, decorations and games/activities, your party will go off with a kick. You can even start your party off with each child receiving a white belt. As they complete or master each game or activity they will receive a new colored belt. Colors go as follows; White, yellow, green, blue, red and then black, which is master ninja status.
Ninja Party Game #1
No Hands Scrolling
For this activity you will need a roll of paper cut into strips, paint brushes, and paint. Have the children take their shoes and socks off. Each child has to put a paintbrush between their toes and try to paint their name on the “scroll”. If the name is legible then receive the next color of belt.
Ninja Party Game #2
You will need to purchase some cheap foam swords or make them from 260q animal balloons. You will also need a small bag of latex balloons and inflate them with air. Each child will need a balloon and a sword. On go, the children are to put the balloon in the air and keep it off the floor using the ninja sword. The longest to keep the balloon up wins a prize. Each child can now receive the next belt.
Ninja Party Game #3
Ninja Star Toss
This can used as an activity and a ninja game. You can have the children make origami ninja stars or you can cut out paper ones. Have a bucket or large bowl available and a timer set for 1 minute. Each child will stand 3 to 5 feet from the bucket and attempt to toss as many ninja stars into the bucket in one minute. The ninja with the most in wins. If there is a tie, they will compete until there is a winner. Once, complete they receive their next belt.
Ninja Party Game #4
You will need one helium filled balloon on a string for each child attending the party. Tape the balloons to the floor several feet apart. You can draw a ninja mask on each balloon to add character. The mission is to see if the little ninjas call kick the balloon ninja in the head or face but they have to say Hai-Ya!, or that attempt doesn’t count. This will lead to many laughs and a great photo opportunity. Now they are one step closer to being a ninja.
Ninja Party Game #5
The supplies for this theme are; chopsticks, a timer and a bucket. Have the children get into teams and hand each child a pair of chopsticks. Put several small objects, such as a marshmallow, cotton ball, a fake fly, marbles…etc., on a table in front of each group. The idea of the game is to pick up as many objects as possible with the chopsticks and put them in their teams’ basket. The team with the most objects by the time 2 minutes is up, wins.
Ninja Party Game #6
Hide and Go Seek
Have the children take turns being the ninja master and the others, infiltrators of the shrine. This is played just like hide and seek. The ninja master counts while the others hide. Once an infiltrator is found, they become the ninja master and have to count while others hide.
Ninja Game #7
Have the children pair up with a partner. Give each pair a small marshmallow and a pair of chopsticks. The purpose of the game is to work together. Each child will hold one chopstick and work together to pick up the marshmallow and take it across the room or yard and back without dropping it. This game requires a lot of patience and team work. When completed they receive the next color of belt and they are well on their way to becoming ninjas.
Ninja Game #8
Moves Like Master
This game will require a good ear. A parent can play the Master or a child can be chosen. The master will stand in front of the group and make different ninja stances. They will say “Moves like Ninja Master and change stance. Occasionally, forgetting to say Ninja. Anyone who changes stance when Ninja is not said is out. Last one remaining is the Master Ninja. Everyone receives the next color of belt.
Ninja Party Game #9
Tuck & Duck
This is a fun game that can also be considered exercise. You can use crepe streamer or string. Run the string/crepe from one side of the room to the other, running them in different directions, at different heights. Then run a line in front of it for the children to use as a balance beam. And the very end put the black belts. The little ninjas will have to get through the maze of strings by tucking and ducking. They have to make it through the strings without touching them or tearing them down. Once completed, they will walk the line without “falling” off and if done without error they get their black belt.
Ninja Party Game #10
Cut out several little ninjas, about two inches tall each. Hide them all over the party area. As the children enjoy games and activities they are on the hunt for the ninjas. The child with the most ninjas at the end of the party gets a special prize.
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