There is no doubt that the hottest movie of the year for kids is Disney's Frozen. Which means there are many requests for Frozen birthday parties! But where do you begin when it comes to creating fun, Frozen party games for toddlers?

5 Adorable Frozen Party Games For Toddlers

There is no doubt that the hottest movie of the year for kids is Disney's Frozen. Which means there are many requests for Frozen birthday parties! But where do you begin when it comes to creating fun, Frozen party games for toddlers?

There is no doubt that the hottest movie of the year for kids is Disney’s Frozen.  Which means there are many requests for Frozen birthday parties!  But where do you begin when it comes to creating fun, Frozen party games for toddlers?  There are so many ideas to be thrown around, here are a few to spark your creative side.

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Frozen Party Games for Toddlers

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 Pin The Nose On Olaf:  A Frozen version of pin-the-tail-on-the-donkey.  You can print out an image of Olaf, or you can grab a set of peel and stick wall decals like those pictured above.  Don’t forget the most important piece; cut many orange noses from construction paper.  Blindfold the kids with a blindfold and spin them around.  Be sure to start them off in the right direction of Olaf!

Metal Bucket - Blue | Frozen Party Games for Toddlers Snowball Toss: This is definitely one of the easiest Frozen party games for toddlers. All you need is a few buckets (make them ice blue!) and a couple bags of cotton balls.  You can print off images from the movie such as Olaf, Elsa and Ana and tape them to the buckets.  Place the buckets at different distances and tape a spot to stand on the floor. Let the snowball tossing begin! 

Toilet Paper Olaf:  This is a spin off of the toilet paper mummy game  All you need is a few rolls of toilet paper (you don’t have to use your good stuff, go to the dollar store!)  Cut out 3 large circles for buttons (make sure you have a set of 3 for each Olaf being created).  You can make it a little more fun by digging out some scarves and hats as well.  Break the kids up into small groups and each group chooses an Olaf.  They all take turns wrapping their friend in toilet paper!  Once the paper is gone, they must fasten the buttons on as well as the scarf and hat!  The team done first wins!  Don’t forget to take lots of pictures!

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Build A Snowman: If you have the opportunity to have a Winter party, you can take this outside!  The kids will have a great time working together to build Olaf.  You can purchase snow paint from any drug store and use this for eyes and buttons and get a carrot from yur fridge to make his nose.  Take lots of photos when they are done!

Coloring Station:  You can print off images from Frozen of Sven, Olaf, Elsa, Ana and Kristoff.  Put out some markers and crayons and let the kids color their favorite characters to take home.

It goes without saying that a Frozen party is where it’s at this year!  Aside from the party games, you can have a lot of fun with the food and decor. Check out our party games Pinterest board for more great ideas for your festivities!


 Have you been a Frozen party yet this year?  Have you planned one yourself?  What are some of the Frozen party games for toddlers  you have seen and planned?  Leave your ideas and experiences below! Follow MyKidsGuide’s board Disney Frozen Crafts on Pinterest.

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6 thoughts on “5 Adorable Frozen Party Games For Toddlers

  1. Thanks for the ideas! My daughter’s a huge Frozen fan and her birthday is in a few weeks.

  2. We’re having a princess party for my daughter early next month and these will be the perfect way to keep the kids occupied!

  3. I don’t have a daughter but I’d love to hold a Frozen Christmas -themed Christmas party next month! Thanks for these ideas! We probably won’t be able to build an actual snowman though. I’ll need to be more creative so we can make pretend ones. 🙂

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