Any ideas for an eleven-year-old girl's birthday party?
They can decorate their own cupcakes, make friendship bracelets, play Twister, or maybe take
everyone to a movie and out for a slice of pizza. (03/24/2005)
Get some small votive candle holders, pre-tabbed wicks and some different colors of granulated
wax and let them make a candle to take home. The granulated wax works just like sand art so
there's no melting of the wax required. You'll need some extra spoons and skewers for them to
make different impressions in their designs. When they're finished cover the top of the candle
holder with some plastic wrap and hold it on with a thich rubberband so they don't spill it
before they get home. (03/24/2005)
Try going rock climbing at Kendall Cliffs. (09/28/2008)
Here are some game ideas for an 11 year old's party.
and best over all.
makeovers and everyone must keep their crazy look through the rest of the party.
Then, have a pet show.
game and lots of fun. This can be played individually or if you have a lot of girls separate
into teams. Give each person or team 1 or 2 rolls of aluminum foil. You can also use rubber
bands or pieces of string if you want. Create the most fabulous outfit you can using the
aluminum foil. Tops, pants, skirts, shorts and don't forget the sunglasses, jewelry, hats,
flip-flops, tiaras, booties, belts anything your imagination can dream up. Take pictures of
number 2 person chooses an object from the room. The first person then must make up a
commercial about the object and speak for 30 seconds about it. Then #3 picks an object for
#2's commercial and so on.
everyone) to the slumber party. Before everyone arrives at the party ask a parent or sibling
to hide candy all over the yard. When it gets dark have everyone take their flashlights
outside and hunt for the candy.
String (the colored stuff that you spray out of a can) and you can give 2 or 3 cans to each
guest. Then, you have a war with them. It's really a lot of fun. You can do the same thing
with spray cheese, whipped cream, or just plain old water guns. Warning: The first three
things stain clothes, so have guests wear crummy stuff that they won't mind ruining. Better
yet, provide some old t-shirts from, like, Hobby Lobby for them to wear.
Goodie Bags- Buy some cheap, candy flavored lip glosses. It's fun to trade them and stuff.
Buy a pack of Starburst fruit chews, open them, and put them in the bags or just put some of
the little things like, Halloween size candies, and put them in there. Little party favors
like confetti eggs or things like that work.
Be creative. And remember, no goodie bag is complete without some kind of sugary item.
My daugther who turned 10 last year had a spa party, but not one like listed here. We actually
went to Hot Spring Spas and rented a huge outdoor spa for the girls. Everyone met at our house
for pizza, etc. Then before the girls left they made spa flops. Okay, plain flip flops that
they embellished with ribbon, buttons, etc. so that they would have something to wear from the
spa down the path to the changing area. They had a ball. After a while in the spa, they had
fun just goofing off in the spa, then we went out on a large front patio area and sat, talked
and ate leftover pizza and snacks. She wants to do it again for her 11th. (08/24/2009)
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