Host the Best Sleepover Party With These 20 Epic Games (For Girls)

Looking for pajama party games for tween & teen girls?

We got you covered with these fun sleepover games for 10, 12 and even 15 year old.

Looking for pajama games for tween & teen girls? We got you covered with these fun sleepover games for 10, 12 and even a 15 year old. Plan the perfect party

If you have a little girl who wants to have all of her friends over for a fun pajama party, then these Pajama Party Games are sure to come in handy.

Not only will the kids be thrilled to hang out and play, these are super easy and fun for mom too!

Gather a few supplies, earplugs to drown out all the giggles and get ready for a long but fun night with giggling girls.

Pajama Party Games for Girls from 10-15 Years Old

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Fun Sleepover Games for 10-Year-Old

1. Pass the Orange

  • Divide the party guests into 2 teams.
  • All players need to put their hands behind their backs.
  • One player from each team puts an orange under their chin and then must pass the orange to the next player, without using their hands.
  • The team to successfully pass the orange without dropping it wins the game.
  • Here’s a video that does a good job of demonstrating!

2. Telephone

Girls love talking on the phone, so why not make a game of it.

  • Have the girls sit in a line.
  • The first player thinks of a phrase and whispers it to the girl next to her.
  • The phrase continues to travel until it reaches the last girl in line, who repeats what she’s heard.

3. Musical Sleeping Bags

Musical Sleeping Bags is just like Musical Chairs but using sleeping bags instead of chairs.

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4. Nail Polish Song

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  • Have all the party girls sit in a circle and give the birthday girl a colorful bottle of nail polish.
  • While the girls sing the Nail Polish song, pass the nail polish bottle around.
  • When one verse is complete, the girl holding the bottle paints one of her nails.
  • Then, start singing the song and passing around the nail polish bottle again.
  • The winner of the game is the girl with all of her nails painted.
  • Here are the lyrics to the Nail Polish song.

5. Kiss the Poster

  • Place a poster of a famous celebrity, like Harry Styles, Jaden Smith or Justin Bieber, on the wall.
  • You’ll also need a blindfold and some bright lipstick colors.
  • Have the girls put some lipstick on.
  • One at a time, blindfold each player and then they need to kiss the poster.
  • The girl who gets closest to the celebrity’s lips is the game winner.

6. Sleeping Beauty

  • One party guest lies down on the floor and pretends she is sleeping.
  • The other party guests try to make her smile, laugh or open her eyes, without touching her.

7. Toilet Paper Wedding Dress

  • One of the most popular bridal shower games is also perfect for tweens!
  • Use that cheap toilet paper you got on sale and let the girls design their own fun toilet paper dresses.
  • Not only can you have them get creative, you can let them do this after the makeover to have a fun mini pageant.

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8. Makeovers

  • Bring out the makeup and setup makeover stations.
  • Let girls play with blush, eyeshadow and lipsticks of all kinds.
  • You can grab tons of great fun colors for only $1 each at your local dollar stores or get a whole makeup kit from Amazon!
  •  Include the curling irons, flat irons, hot rollers and fun clips, bows, barrettes and pins for a fun hair and makeup makeover.

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9. Pillow Fights

  • Grab a bunch of old soft pillows and let them have a classic pillow fight amongst themselves.

10. Cucumber Face Race

  • For this game, you’ll need one cucumber slice for each player.
  • Each player places a cucumber slice on their forehead.
  • The object of the game is to get the cucumber slice into your mouth, using only facial expressions. The first player to do so wins the game.
  • When you’re done, treat the tweens to some cucumber facials!

11. M&M Challenge

  • Place a large bag of M&M’s into a bowl.
  • Have the party guests sit in a circle, then have them close their eyes and choose 2 M&M’s.
  • If a player gets 2 of the same color, they keep them and if not, they put them back in the bowl.
  • The game keeps going until 5 minutes have passed.
  • The one with the most M&M matches wins the game.

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12. Mani/Pedi

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  • Grab some shallow plastic totes or pans and fill with warm water and Epsom salts.
  • Drop in a bit of essential oils so they smell great.
  • Set out several nail polishes and pretty nail glitter to choose from and nail files, lotion, cuticle gels.
  • Let the girls give each other manicures and pedicures.
  • Be careful with actually trimming nails since kids don’t really know how to properly do so.
  • Make this a paint and massage only.

13. Karaoke

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  • Load up your CD player or karaoke machine with the latest kid-friendly hits.
  • Use your computer to create lyric sheets they can hold or hook up to the TV to display the lyrics.
  • Listen and laugh as they take turns belting out their favorite songs.
  • Don’t forget to run song choices by parents ahead of time, just in case some kids can’t listen to certain types or artists.

14. Charades

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15. Dress Up Divas

  • For this game, you’ll need a bunch of formal dresses.
  • Place the dresses into a large garbage bag.
  • Then, blindfold the girls and let them choose one dress each.
  • Once everyone has chosen a dress, they can then put on a fashion show.

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16. Name That Popstar

  • On pieces of paper, write down the names of famous pop stars, like Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga and Taylor Swift.
  • Then, fold the pieces of paper and place them in a bowl.
  • Next, party guests take turns choosing a piece of paper.
  • Then, they must sing a verse to a song of the name they chose, while the other guests try to guess the name of the pop star.

17. Skittles & Straws

  • Place a large bag of Skittles into a bowl.
  • Then, give each girl a straw and a small paper cup.
  • The object of the game is to suck the candies into the straws and transfer them to the cup, within an allotted amount of time.

18. Burglar Alarm

  • For this game, you’ll need an alarm clock/kitchen timer.
  • Set the alarm clock/kitchen timer for 2 minutes and then hide it somewhere it can be heard, but it is not visible.
  • The object is to find the alarm clock/kitchen timer before it goes off.

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19. Secret Index Card Game

  • Have each party guest write a secret about themselves on a piece of paper, without writing their name.
  • Then, fold the paper pieces and place them in a bowl.
  • One player at a time then takes a piece of paper and reads the secret, while the other players try to guess who the secret belongs to.

20. Foot Volleyball

  • Instead of a volleyball, a balloon is used for this game. If you don’t have a volleyball net to use for the game, you can use a streamer, ribbon or rope instead, placing it 4 feet off the ground.
  • Divide the girls into 2 teams.
  • Lying on their backs and barefoot, players use their feet to play the game.

Hosting a pajama party for your girls can be a ton of fun.

Not only will it bring back fond childhood memories for you, these pajama party games will help your daughter bond with her friends just like you did with yours.

Tons of laughter, a few too many chips or pieces of chocolate and a mess to clean up after is well worth it to see the joy and excitement on their faces.

Do you have any favorite pajama party games? Share your tips for throwing an amazing sleepover party below!

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19 thoughts on “Host the Best Sleepover Party With These 20 Epic Games (For Girls)

  1. I loved pajama parties when I was a kid! We had so much fun, and it’s such a great time of bonding for girls, too. I can’t wait til my daughter is old enough :-). One of my favourite things to do was to spend time outside with my girlfriends, huddled under the stars in sleeping bags and blankets. There’s something about giggling and talking outside at night that makes everyone feel like best friends.

  2. Lots of fun ideas for a girls sleepover party! When I was a young girl my favorite was doing hair styling.

  3. These are all great ideas! I especially love the Karaoke idea. Girls love to sing and dance!

  4. This is so cute. My daughter just had a sleepover and these would have been so much fun to play. I will def remember them next time.

  5. We use to have so much fun planning PJ parties when my daughter was at home. I love all your tips and know my daughter always loved curling each other’s hair and make up.

  6. My daughter has a sleepover every once and awhile. she’s older now but these tips are perfect for someone just jumping into that stage of the sleepover game.

  7. These are great party games and tips–take it from a Mom that knows!!! good post–we’ve had many sleepovers through the years. So much fun to do if you keep then entertained

  8. Love these ideas. My girls are finally at the age where they want to have sleepovers so I will have to bookmark this for later. Thanks for sharing.

  9. I loved having pajama parties growing up! We would do makeovers on each other, eat goodies like brownies and ice cream, play games and tell ghost stories. I’m excited for my daughter to have her first sleepover!

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