Olaf Birthday Party Ideas
Olaf Party Games
tray, small toys, prep time the day before the party
The day before the party place small toys inside an ice cube tray, fill
with water and freeze.
Give each guest a frozen ice cube and on “go” they must try to melt the
ice and get to the prize inside.
They can use only their hands, breath or body to get the toy out
of the ice. Fun game
and kids love it!
Variation: Buy Frozen or Olaf themed t-shirts for the party (great
party favor!) and wet them really well with water. Place each one
in a gallon ziploc bag and then fill the baggie with water. Seal
the bag and freeze over night. Players have to unfreeze the
t-shirt and be able to wear it to win! This variation is fun
for older kids, tweens and teens. It takes longer then you
think to unfreeze a t-shirt so allow time for this fun game.
You Want To Build a Snowman?
Rolls of toilet paper (snow!)
Players wrap teammates in the paper to make them a snowman in the
Divide party guests into
teams of 2 or 3 and give each team a roll of toilet paper.
If the teams have 3 people each then one of the team members will be
wrapped by the other 2 members of their team. Each
team group gets a roll of toilet paper for each
person who will be wrapping. Let the teams choose who will be
wrapped first. On "go" the kids who are
wrapping will give the end of the toilet paper to the person being
wrapped and they will hold the ends in their hands. They then wrap their toilet paper around and around until they are out
of paper and the person being wrapped is covered from head to toe.
First group to empty their rolls of toilet paper yells "Olaf" and
Play several rounds so everyone gets a chance
to be the Olaf.
Snowball Treasure Hunt
Before the party hide lots of cotton balls around the party area.
When it's time for the game to begin tell party guests that there
has been snow hidden around the party. Then let the party guests search for the cotton balls.
For fun you can have special cotton balls that are colored blue and the
guests that find them are rewarded a bigger prize. After
all the snowballs have been collected let the partygoers turn them in
for small prizes or candy.
Cotton balls, ping pong balls or
large foam peanuts, brooms
Teams race to move their "snow" from one side of the room and back.
For each team you will need cotton balls, ping pong balls or large foam
peanuts and a broom. (Ping pong balls are the most fun! Make
sure each player has to move at least 3 at a time ... the more you add
the crazier it gets! ) Give each team the same number of items of
"snow" and a broom and have them one at a time race to the other side of
the room and back while herding their "snow" with the broom. This
game works best on a floor with a hard surface such as wood or tile.
If the kids are older set up a fan at the opposite end of the playing
field to make it more challenging. The first team to finish wins!
Blizzard Scavenger Hunt
Kids love scavenger hunts ... and especially one with a Frozen theme!
Make lists of blue and white items along with some Frozen theme items. Our
Scavenger Hunt page has free sample lists to
get you started. Some fun Frozen themed items you can add
cotton balls, ice cube, ice tray, carrot (Olaf's nose), mitten, scarf,
paper snowflake, blue candy, marshmallow, blue crayon, white marker,
white paper clip, Frozen character items
Olaf Party Activities
How Many Snowballs?
Large clear plastic jar with lid, blue
and white gum balls or white cheddar cheese balls or another white or
Fill the jar before the party and write down how many candies are in the
jar. While guests are arriving at the party have them
guess how many snowballs are in a large jar. Write down their
guess and their name on cards. The party guest who's guess
is closest to the number in the jar wins the whole jar and it's
Buy white, blue and purple sidewalk chalk and show
the kids how to make a snowflake with the chalk. Then let them
draw a blizzard of snow on the driveway or back porch ... or up and down
Make a bubble station and fill a gallon container
with a spout with bubble solution. Give guests bubble
containers and wands and let them make a blizzard of bubbles!
Our bubble page has homemade recipes for bubbles and some other fun
ideas you can incorporate into a Frozen party.
Bubble recipe and ideas
Teach party guests how to make snowflakes from different colored blue, purple
and white paper. Experiment with different weights and types of
paper such as tissue paper, crepe paper, scrapbook paper and copy paper.
Glue to a piece of black or dark blue poster board and let the kids take
home their creations.
Olaf Party Favor Ideas
Packets of blue and white sidewalk chalk (for making snowflakes at
Mittens or Gloves in blue or white
Do you want to build a snowman party favor packs - in a ziploc bag place
large marshmallows, pretzel sticks and m&m's - seal and give out as
party favors. (Also fun to do as a party activity and then let the
kids take home their creations.
Snowflake bracelets or earrings
Small Olaf snowmen
Small snow globes
Hot chocolate packets in a snowflake mug
Little Debbie Snowballs
Olaf Party Food Ideas
White cheddar cheese balls
Little Debbie Snowballs
Snow Cones with blue flavorings
Ice cream sundae bar with lots of different
Marshmallows cut into star shapes and served in hot chocolate
Snowflake shaped sugar cookies iced with white icing and blue sprinkles
Blue Kool Aid
Blue Jell-o with whipped topping and blue sprinkles
Snow Cap chocolate candies
Blue and white rock crystal candies (look like ice!)
White chocolate covered pretzels