No doubt that the party for kids to attend this year (and probably next year!) is a Frozen party.
If your preschooler hasn’t attended one yet, never fear, there is sure to be one in the near future.
But if not, you can throw one yourself for the kids!
Grab a paper and pen and write down these ideas for Frozen party games for preschoolers.
Related: 5 Adorable Frozen Party Games For Toddlers
Frozen Party Games For Preschoolers
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The bonus to this activity is there is no baking!
What you will need is the following:
- 1 cup of flour
- ½ cup of salt
- 2 tbs of cream of tartar
- 1 tbsp of oil
- blue food coloring
- 1 cup of boiling water
- blue and silver glitter.
- First you want to mix the flour, salt, oil and cream of tartar together. The kids can help you add these things together.
- Next, add the blue food coloring to boiling water, about 5-10 drops.
- Then add the blue, boiling water to the mixture you made above. This part you want to do yourself, no kids harms in the process.
- Now for the glitter! You can never have enough glitter, so let the kids add as much as they want! Mix it well and let them play!
- You can package some up for the kids to take home as a party gift as well.
Frozen coloring pages:
- Print off a bunch of different images from the movie.
- Set up a small table with crayons and markers and let them choose their image to color and bring home!
You can add a little extra fun to this activity by making Olaf out of felt and letting the kids ‘build’ him piece by piece!
You might want to wait til after the game, so Olaf is built the ‘correct’ way first and you aren’t taking down something the kids have created.
You can write the kids names on the orange, triangle-shaped Olaf nose and pass them out.
Blind-fold each guest as it becomes their turn, spin them around and let them pin the nose where they see fit!
The closest one wins!
Build an ice castle:
- Hand out some sugar cubes to the guests, a bunch!
- Let them build their ice castles how they wish, stacking them, lining them up, however they want.
- Make this an added take-home by taking their picture with their creations along with an Elsa figurine.
- You may not be able to send home the picture the same day, but you could send them in the envelope with the thank you notes!
Looking for cute giveaways to go with your Frozen party games for preschoolers? We love this Frozen party favor value set! It has everything you need in it to make adorable goodie bags.
There is no doubt that anything remotely Frozen related will get the kids giggling and having a good time!
Hopefully this list gives you some ideas to get your own Frozen party started.
Has your preschooler attended a Frozen party yet this year?
Maybe you have thrown your own and have some great ideas for Frozen party games for preschoolers to add?
Leave your ideas below in the comments!