Today, I’ve gathered together as many adorable Disney Party Ideas as I could find, so I could share them all in one place…
Disney Party GAMES: Game #1: Design a new Mickey Mouse Clubhouse!
So since our theme was Mickey’s Magical Math World, I had them DESIGN a Clubhouse or Treehouse for their first activity.
The goal was to make a Magical Treehouse for all of their Disney friends.
Disney Party Game #2: Draw Mickey With Your Eyes Closed!
Have each child close their eyes & draw! Give them a paper plate (plain white) and have them put it on their heads.
Now give them a marker and ask them to draw Mickey Mouse without looking at the plate (it stays on top of their head.)
The kids have to draw Mickey Mouse’s body, from the directions that you will give to them, once they have the plate on their head. Here are some examples:
Draw Mickey’s feet
Draw Mickey’s hands
Draw Mickey’s ears
Draw his nose
Draw his shorts
Add the buttons
Draw his shoes
Don’t forget the tail.
Put a present in his hand
Draw a car beside him so he can go to visit Minnie.
You can add more details based on how hard or easy you want this to be. They get one point for each thing that they drew correctly and in the right places (like drawing Mickey’s feet below his body and not on top of his head.) Your kids are in for a laugh when they play this game!
Disney Themed DECOR, SNACKS & ACTIVITIES:
Disney Birthday Party Ideas
Today we are sharing our favorite Disney Birthday Party Ideas! Find Disney ideas for recipes, decorations, games and more!
If you love crafting, this one takes the cake! It's adorable and all you need is glue, yarn (either yellow for Elsa or red-brown for Anna), and a few snow hats! You can use this as a party activity and a favor all in one.
"When I asked my son what he wanted to do for Animal Kingdom, his response was – have animals! He wanted me to either get a petting zoo or rent a couple of animals, like the snakes and mole rats you see on the Gorilla Falls trail in Animal Kingdom. I told him our yard wasn’t quite big enough for a petting zoo, and he persisted and asked if maybe we could just have soft bunny rabbits because they weren’t very big.
Eventually, he let go of the idea of an actual petting zoo, and we replaced it with doing this wild safari animal hunt instead. I wasn’t honestly sure how it would go, but the kids LOVED it!"
Your kids will love crafting these DIY Mickey Mouse Baubles. A total must for all Mickey Mouse fans!!!! There is Minnie Mouse Ornament (two in fact), a Santa Mickey Mouse Bauble and of course a “simple” DIY Paper Mickey Mouse Ornament too.
Grab the Mickey Mouse Printable, Black, red and white paper, scissors, glue and bakers twine and you will be well on your way to creating a Disney masterpiece!
This Traffic Cone Ring Toss Game is so much fun! With just a few toy traffic cones, stuck to the ground with stakes, and a few sets of rings, you can let the kids play "Traffic Ring Toss" and they will love it! It's like they are in the movie!
Kids take turns choosing one “plate” to punch. When they punch, the tissue paper should give way and they can grab the prize out of the cup that is glued to the back of the board.
Depending on the number of kids and number of plates you have, kids can go once, twice, or a zillion times. Just be forewarned that kids loved this, so you may want to do at least two per kid if possible!
Whether you’re planning on throwing a Toy Story themed party this year or are just looking for a fun Toy Story snack, these pudding cups are perfect! They’re one of the easiest Toy Story party food ideas — you only need three ingredients to make them!
To make these Toy Story pudding cups, you’ll need instant chocolate pudding, chocolate sandwich cookies, and gummy worms! So cute!
Are you looking for easy and fun Spider-Man food ideas? All you need is a few simple ingredients; candy molds, Oreo cookies, candy melts and black decorating icing, to get these cookies underway for your next Disney event.
The kids will love using the decorating icing to draw a spider web!
If you’re looking for fun Spider-Man party ideas or cool drinks for Marvel movie-watching parties, then this SpiderMan frozen drink is for you. Spider-Man’s classic colors are blue and red, so this drink is a nod to his costume. Plus, when you add colored sugar to the rim, then you’re getting fancy!
Based on the Disney movie Frozen, these cupcakes are designed with snowflake toppers and even have Elsa hair which looks super cool!
If you want to make Frozen Elsa cupcakes for your kids party, or even as a treat while you enjoy the new Frozen movie, then here is an easy cupcake decorating tutorial for you. The snowflakes make fantastic Frozen cupcake toppers!
Want to know How to Make Adorable Sweet Snowman Treats? With this simple recipe, the kids can make Frozen inspired Olaf treats anytime of the year. All you have to do is Dip Rice Krispie treats into white chocolate and let the kids start creating Olaf!
Cool mom tip: to dip and coat the rice krispy’s bar you can insert a stick in it and leave it in. It transforms the Olaf treats into snowman bars. Perfect for less messy eating and Frozen tablescapes decor!
I’m Becky, a former elementary school teacher turned certified child development therapist and blogger. I work at home with my husband and together we are raising (and partially homeschooling) our four children in the Carolinas. I love diet coke, ice cream, and spending time with my family.