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Pajama Birthday Party for 7 Year Olds

I'm having a P.J. Party for my 7 year old DD. I need some fun game ideas. Any fun tips for snacks or goodie bags would be great also.... We'll be having a pillow fight, blankets on the floor, a movie with popcorn as well as little make your own pizzas and healthy snacks. My dilemma is what kind of games and what do I get for loot bags for this age and theme... on a really tight budget?

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Diane in Oregon

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April 7, 20050 found this helpful

Here are a few easy games!

Hula Circle! Have all the kids stand in a circle holding hands. Put a hula hoop around the arm of one kid. The hoop must go all the way around the circle without anyone ever letting go of hands! Its fun for kids (and adults, too) and a hoot to watch!

Musical Pillows! Musical Chairs, but use their pillows!

Dress-Up! Gather together some big clothes (from hats all the way down) in piles. Each pile must have the same amount of clothes in each (each one has a hat, each one has pants, etc). Pair the kids up in twos. On each team one kid must dress the other kid in the big clothes. Whoever finishes first wins!

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All these games can be done for free and are lots of fun!

JodiS

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April 7, 20050 found this helpful

How about doing some crafts. If you do something like painted T-shirts or even socks , they can wear them the next morning. Buy T-shirts in boys dept-packs of 3. Just buy them all larger than needed and they can wear them as nighties or cover-ups.

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April 7, 20050 found this helpful

for the loot bags just go to the dollar store and get some brushess and little kid make-up and get like a princess taira and wand and have a contest to win it girls at that age luv it
Jasmine

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April 7, 20050 found this helpful

Make little name bracelets. Get the beads at Micheals or The Rag Shop and just get string. Fun to make and it will be thier favor to bring home! ANother thing girls like to do is to decorate their own cupcakes.

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April 7, 20050 found this helpful

Bring out some old clothes of yours, old purses, anything they can play dress up with.

Make up their take home loot bags with things you might have at your house, already. Like pkgs. of microwave popcorn, individually wrapped fruit rollups or snack cakes, all of these you may have already bought for your family. Why go buy more stuff, just for the party? Put them in brown paper lunch bags or ziploc bags that you and your daughter can pre-decorate with markers and tinsel. Have a great time!

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By guest (Guest Post)
April 7, 20050 found this helpful

Go to www.familyfun.com you could spend hours on that sight finding free or cheap ideas for games, party favors, cakes, etc. They even have themed party ideas! Hope this helps!

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By guest (Guest Post)
April 7, 20050 found this helpful

Have each child bring their own t-shirts and each person puts something on everybody else's t-shirt.

One word Play-doh! Hours of fun and if you roll it thin and use cookie cutters you can let them dry overnight and they are also a party favor.

If you have a video camera let the girls make their own movie. Depending on budget and time, video tapes are $1.00 or less a piece, you could make a copy for each girl to take home.

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By guest (Guest Post)
April 25, 20050 found this helpful

Need ideas for fun things to do! We have family and her classmates coming. We are grilling h/dogs and burgers for food. Need ideas to make her party a smash!!!

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By guest (Guest Post)
May 8, 20050 found this helpful

have a "beauty shop" party, along with the dress up clothes, go to the dollar tree/store and get pill seperators (like those you dose out your daily medicine in). get those that come apart and get vasaline and add kool-aid for color, also pick up some nail polishs, and you can get a 100 piece of hair clips, ect., for $1.00. let the girls make each other over. go to yard sales and get pins, necklaces, earrings, hats, anything that will make them feel grown up! for party favors let the children take home one outfit, lip gloss, ect., that way you don't have to get rid of it later. just let them have fun with no set schedule! again that makes them feel grown up. if budget allows take a picture of each as she is "dressed up in her new fashions. let them take the pic home with them. make sure to have plenty of saftey pins or even spring type clothes pins to make the clothers fit.

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May 10, 20050 found this helpful

I am having a pyjama party for my 7 year old daughter, this Saturday for 4pm to 7pm. We'll be having a pillow fight, blankets on the floor, a movie with popcorn as well as little make your own pizzas and healthy snacks. My dilemma is what kind of games and what do I get for loot bags for this age and theme... on a really tight budget?

Thanks,
Liz17 from Montreal

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By guest (Guest Post)
June 5, 20050 found this helpful

I am planning a pajama party for my six year old. i had the idea of buying a bunch of cheep white pillow cases and getting puff paints at the craft store. And letting them decorate theire own pillow case

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By guest (Guest Post)
January 19, 20060 found this helpful

We are throwing a pajama party for kids ages two to four. It is all based on doctor Suess's book "Sleep Time". We need craft ideas, food ideas, and game ideas too!

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January 20, 20060 found this helpful

Hide and seek in the house. Kids have a blast.
You can turn off the lights and give the kids each a flash light. Charades and pictionary are fun for that age too. Or how about letting them have the movie camera for the night and make their own silly memories. skits, songs, acting goofy. Kids want to laught all night long that says it is a memory.

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By guest (Guest Post)
March 13, 20070 found this helpful

When i was 11 i was desperate to have a P.J party. So me and my mum thought up some ideas. Have signs around the house and teddy bears piled up in corners. Have one special room where music is playing and the lights are dimmed. Do kareoke and have pillow fights. Watch movies and sleep in that same room. Then everyone won't have to move about as much. They can just fall anywhere and go to sleep. Make sure there are plenty of blankets and pillows. Maybe even play board games and fun games like pin the wand on the fairy or something. Hope this helps.... my party was a blast! Louise

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July 7, 20070 found this helpful

Hi. I am planning a great pajama party for my daughter`s 8th birthday. One fun game is to have the group sit in a circle. The birthday child throws the dice first hoping for a 6 (this number can change if the birthday child is 5 or some other age under 6). If a different number comes up the dice moves to the next person in the circle and is tossed. When a child tosses and a 6 comes up this child gets up runs across the room and begins to put on clothes. Hat, oversize coat, jogging pants and mittons. Then with a fork and the mittons the child tries to unwrap a previously newpapered wrapped hugh chocolate bar. And may begin to eat as much as the chocolate bars he or she can. But the other children in the circle don`t stop tossing the dice so a 6 may come up before the first child gets dressed. So the new child with a 6 yells 6 and the first child needs to quickly undress and get back into the circle for another chance at the dice. As for giftes, I bought flip flops and material for each child. I have cut the material in strips and each child will double knot the strip around the flip flop strap to decorate the shoes. Also, bought hairs bands and the girls can use the same strips to knot around the bands to make matching hair bands. I have nail stickers, lip gloss, hair clips, tattoos, ect for game prizes. We will dress up and do karoke too.

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April 17, 20150 found this helpful

Awesome ideas ladies! For my daughter's 7th birthday I'm totally creating a "Beauty Parlour" nook, Hair & Dress-up area, photo-shoot on red-carpet, Slipper-decorating craft area and a Tea-party-area with some snacks and cupcakes. And if time permits... flashlight-hide-n-seek game. Thank you so much!

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