KANGAROO HOP RELAY RACE
Each team is given a balloon. Players hop to the goal line with the balloon between their knees. They can then take the balloon from between their knees and run back to the team. If a child looses the ballon on the way to the goal line, it may be picked up. Have extra balloons on hand for those which get popped!
Wipeout Birthday Party
Everyone knows the show Wipeout, right? My boys and The Hubby LOVE to watch it every summer. While thinking about plans for my older boy's birthday party - Wipeout came to mind. It was a done deal. Unfortunately, we learned this summer that Wipeout Season 8 had been canceled - the entire family was quite bummed to hear this news! Wipeout Run is always an option for super die-hard fans - and those willing to take on the challenge! The Bestie is on a team to participate this fall in Southern…
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DIY No Sew Ninjago Headbands
Hey all!!! I hope you're not all bored to death with all this Ninjago Party planning of mine. All I want is to make my son's birthday memorable, and maybe inspire some of you with ideas when planning your next party! Today I'm going to share with you how I made the Ninja headbands. Really easy, I promise!!! I didn't want to spend any time sewing. My solution.... ribbon! I bought a 1.5-inch wide ribbon that I found at Micheal's. Cut it to the desired length, for as many as you need. The only…
Derek The NinjaInvitations Ninjago Cake and Cupcakes--Made from Pretzles and Chocolate. The top of the Dojo is chocolate. I had to support it with Graham Cracker pillars in the back, and fill the cake with melted chocolate where the pretzles went in to hold them up. Meet The other Ninjas! And the littlest Ninja Travis taught the Ninjas in Training to make Origami Throwing Stars, and how to play Ninja Warrior Clint played Ninja Warrior too The last two standing for Ninja Warrior face off…