Tinkerbell Sleepover Party
I am planning a tinkerbell sleepover party for 11 year old girls. I need some inexpensive games to play at the party.
Tinkerbell Sleepover Party Response:
Fairy tag is fun to play. Everyone will need a bag of fairy dust. When someone gets tagged, they have to freeze till someone else sprinkles them with fairy dust.
If you aren't planning to have the girls come in costume, I would try having some face makeup available and let them have a competition as to who can create the best fairy makeup. You don't even have to make this a competition. It could just be a fun activity.
If you like the idea of a pinata. There are lots of Tinkerbell pinatas available here.
How about a "Make a Wish" game? The girls each take turns thinking of a wish. The other girls each take turns asking her one question at a time to which she may only answer "yes" or "no".
Make a Wish Game Example:
Guesser #1: Is your wish about going somewhere?
Guesser #2: Is your wish about a person?
Guesser #3: Do you like the person you are wishing about?
Guesser #1: Is the person you're wishing about a boy?
Guesser #2: Is the person you're wishing about related to you?
Guesser #3: Is the person you're wishing about your big sister?
Guesser #1: Are you wishing that your big sister will be home for your birthday tomorrow?
Guesser #1 is the winner. She figured out the wish. Now it is the next girl's turn to make a wish.
I also have a Ring a Bell game for tweens that would suit this party.
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