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Monopoly Birthday Party

Monopoly party ideas using the Monopoly board
game for inspiration 

 

Monopoly birthday party ideas for kids

Monopoly Party Invitations

Print out the game board or draw a version of the board and paste on blank cards or postcards.  Substitute your cities streets and landmarks for the games properties. 

Glue party information to the back side of Monopoly money or deed cards. 


Inside the Monopoly party invitation encourage party guests to come dressed up as their favorite Monopoly character or token and give prizes to the best costume.

Monopoly Party Decorations

The Monopoly party can be decorated in the colors from the game board.

Place monopoly boards on the walls.

On the main table scatter property cards on a white or light blue table cloth.

Make plates, cups, balloons and flatware mix and match in the monopoly  colors so that every place setting is the color of a monopoly property.


 


Fun Party Ideas for Kids

Have a parent or friend dress up like “Mr. Monopoly” and give out money to the guests randomly or when the they do a  good job. Dress another friend up to be the policeman and randomly send people to the jail space. They either have
to roll doubles with dice (make 2 large dice out of packing boxes) or pay $50.00. If guests run out of money they must either answer a truth question (Community Chest) or take a dare (Chance) - if they complete their task they get $50.00.

Games for a Monopoly Party

Set up different stations for what you will be doing and name them after the properties.

Make huge property cards with  the names and hang in back of the stations.

Set a price for all the stations and games and when guests arrive give  them $200 for passing “go”.

(Make a large poster board with the game space “go” and set it up at the
front door.)

For prizes give away monopoly money.

Examples:
Boardwalk Games - set up carnival type games like mystery fishing, tin can knock over and ring toss. Ventnor Avenue Bakery - Decorate cupcakes
Baltic Avenue - Craft or activity
Free Parking - area with couches and chairs to hang out
Water Works - Have a water relay and the winners get a prize of monopoly money.  See our party games page for some fun water relays. 

Let an auction be held every 10 to 15 minutes for the properties - keep track by hanging a monopoly board on the wall.
Give the property cards to the winners for them to carry around.
At the end of the party the person with the most property or money wins a new monopoly game (or other prize).

Name games after the Monopoly properties
- see our list of party games for ideas.

Monopoly Party Food Ideas
Decorate a sheet cake like the monopoly board.
Individual foil wrapped hot dogs, popcorn, peanuts, cotton candy and snow cones - for “sale” at one of the stations with monopoly money.

Monopoly Party Favors
Have a prize table at the end of the party where guests can spend their monopoly money on candies and toys to take home.
Mini monopoly travel games
Silver chain with a monopoly token look alike pendent.

Goody Bags
White bags with a monopoly property card glued to the side.




     






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