Polar Bears Party Ideas
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for a Polar Bear birthday party!
Polar Bear Invitation Ideas
White invitations with white fake fur on the front or a strip of
fake fur going down one side or at the top of the card.
Light blue cards with polar bear stickers or stamps.
Make snowflakes by cutting blue or white paper into snowflake
shapes and then pasting them to circles of solid blue paper. Print out
the party information on white paper (4 to a sheet) and then cut out in
circles and paste in the middle of the snowflakes.
Decorate in light blue or purple and white.
Tie blue and white helium balloons to the mailbox or front entrance to
show guests where the party is located. Hang large store
bought snowflakes from the trees and doorway or make your own using
large sheets of paper in blue and white. Large thin sheets of
Styrofoam can be placed around the walkway and inside the party area to
look like icebergs. Hang snowflakes from the ceiling with fishing
line at different heights so it looks like it is snowing.
Place strings of clear lights around the room and the party table.
Batting or stuffing can be stretched out and made to look like snow
banks on top of the party table.
Light blue tablecloth with white plates, cups and
napkins (or vice versa) and then sprinkle on silver or white snowflake
shaped confetti on the center of the table.
In glass jars on the
table place white candy canes wrapped with a blue bow for guests to
Polar Bear Jar
In a large clear plastic jar with a tight lid place lots of
blue and white
candies and decorate with snowflakes.
the candies as you are placing them in the jar. When guests start to
arrive ask them to guess how many candies are in the jar.
their name and their guess.
At the end of the party announce who's guess came the
closest to the number in the jar.
The person closest to the number
wins the jar of candies!
Polar Bear Party Games
Easy and fun party game! Which polar bear team will be first at wrapping
their partner in snow (toilet paper). Guests get into several
teams of 3 and each team gets 2 paper rolls. One team member will be
wrapped in "snow" by the others. On "start" the teams wrap their team
mate in "snow". First team that uses all their "snow" wins!
Polar Bear Shuffle
In this game the guests try and move their whole group from one
side of the room to the other using only icebergs and a lot of team
work. You will need white washcloths or pieces of white or blue
fabric about 12" x 12". Line the kids up and give them one more
wash cloth then all the kids playing. The first person
in line will place the wash cloth on the ground and step onto it.
They take another one and place it in front of the one they are standing
on. Then the first person moves to the new washcloth and the
second person in line steps onto the first washcloth. They then
place another washcloth down in front of them and they all move up a
space while the third person steps onto the first washcloth.
Continue until all the players are stepping on a washcloth and there is
one extra behind them. Then the last person in line bends down and
picks up the last washcloth and the kids pass it to the front of the
line where it is placed in front of the first person in line. Then
the line moves up one space and they repeat until they have crossed the
room. You can play this with one or more teams.
Sugar Cube Igloos
Let the guests create their very own igloo using sugar cubes and white
icing. Give each guest a paper plate, sugar cubes and a ziploc bag
filled with white icing (carefully seal the bag and cut a tiny hole in
one of the bottom corners for an easy pastry bag). Start by
having the children make a circle of icing on the paper plate and then
putting the first sugar cubes on the icing so it will stick to the paper
plate and be easy to take home. Have a contest or just
let them have fun creating. Great to send home as a party favor!
Snowball Treasure Hunt
Before the party hide lots of cotton balls around the party area.
Let the party guests search for the cotton balls. After they have
all been found let them turn them in for candy or prizes.
Party games for ages 7, 8 and 9
Party Games for 5 and 6 year olds
Birthday games for ages 10, 11, 12
Polar Bear Party Food Ideas
Bottles of Coca Cola
Scoops of vanilla ice cream - set out toppings to make their
Blue and white candies
White chocolate covered blueberries and strawberries
Pretzel sticks dipped in white chocolate and rolled in blue sprinkles
Hot chocolate with marshmallow icebergs
Polar Bear Party Favors
Polar bear plastic animals
White fake fur purse or muff
Small stuffed animal Polar Bears
White and blue scarves, gloves or hats
Polar Bear Goody Bag Ideas
Wrap up party fBuy white plastic bowls and when turned upside down they look like
igloos. Place the favors in a bag and secure inside the
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