1st Birthday Ideas
Pool Party Ideas
2, 3 & 4 year olds
5 and 6 year olds
7, 8 & 9 years old
Truth or Dare
8 Mall Hunts
Candy Buffet Help
35 Minute to
Win It Games
Frog Party Invitation Ideas
Frog Party Decoration Ideas
Frog Party GamesLeap Frog Relays
Set up several relay games but instead of running have the children leap over one another or, if playing individually, hop.
Divide children into two teams. At the far end of the playing area set up an orange cone or some object that they must run around before they can come back to the line. First team that has all their players complete the course wins.
Here are some fun frog relays:
Have kids place a blown up balloon between their knees. Then one by one they must hop around the cone and back without dropping the balloon. If they drop it they must 1. pick it up and start from where they dropped it or 2. go back to the starting line and begin again.
Lily pad balance
Have the kids balance a green Frisbee (lily pad) on their heads.
Spoon and the Frog
Dye an egg green or simply use a green permanent marker to color the egg green and have the kids balance the egg on the spoon.
Set up a leap frog line (kids on each team on the ground with their hands, feet and head tucked under them) and have the last person leap frog over the team. Then the next person at the back of the line goes and so on. First team around the cone and back to the start wins.
One legged Frog
Have the guests hop on one foot around the cone and back to their team.
Lily Pad Shuffle
Teams race from the starting point, around a cone (or any kind of marker such as a chair) and back using only one more lily pad then the total of kids on their team. This game takes a lot of teamwork! Cut out lily pads before the party begins. Place kids into teams and give them one more lily pad then the number of kids on their team. The team must place the lily pads in a straight line in front of them and then one by one "hop" onto them - one child per lily pad. Then the extra lily pad is placed at the front of the line and the team advances one lily pad. The lily pad at the back is then handed up to the front and it begins again until they are around the cone and back to the start.
Float several green Frisbees upside down in a kiddie pool filled with water. Give each child several frogs and ask them to try and throw the frogs onto the lily pads. For older children (older then 3) you could use pennies instead of plastic frogs.
Party games for ages 7, 8 and 9
Party Games for 5 and 6 year olds
Birthday games for ages 10, 11, 12
Party Games for all ages - Birthday Party Games
Scavenger Hunts with free item lists - Scavenger Hunts
Nature Scavenger Hunt with free list to print out - Nature Scavenger Hunt
Frog Party Food Ideas
Green Jell-O Jigglers cut into frog shapes
Bug juice - Freeze ice cubes in an ice cube tray and add one or two raisins to each ice cube before freezing. Pop them out and into glasses just before serving. The raisins look like bugs.
Let the kids decorate cupcakes or cookies with green and blue frosting.
Frog Birthday Party Favors
Kermit the Frog items
Sticky slap hands
Frog and Toad are Friends book
Frog Goody / Loot Bag Ideas
Green bags or boxes
Light blue bags with lily pads
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