Frozen Party Games (and jokes for a snowy day!)

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Q: What did Elsa say when she tripped and fell on the ice?
A: Nothing, she gave everyone the cold shoulder!

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Frozen parties are a long-time favourite at Parties Kids Remember, ever since 2013 when the first Frozen movie came out! Since then, this party theme has been extremely popular, especially currently, due to the recent release of Frozen 2. With the brave Elsa, goofy Anna, cheeky Kristoff, and funny Olaf, it is no surprise that Frozen is a favourite of most children, boys and girls alike. If your little one is obsessed with Frozen, why not transport them to Arendelle for the icy party of a lifetime with the following fun Frozen games.

Q: What type of phone does Olaf have?
A: A snowmobile!

A fun and exciting Frozen game is the “Snowman Poop Relay”. This game brings out the competitive spirit in children 5+, and easy for parents to organise. The children are split evenly into two teams and line up at a starting point. “Snowman poop,” which are actually cotton wool balls, are scattered in the playing space. One child from each team goes into the space and tries to collect a piece of snowman poop with a spoon. Once they have it on the spoon, they need to run back and place it in their team’s bucket. Once they have placed it in the bucket, the next team member can go. The game ends when all the snowman poop is collected. The snowman poop is then counted, and the winning team is the team with the largest number of snowman poop collected. An alternative to this game, with the same equipment, is an egg and spoon relay, but with snowman poop instead of an egg.

Q: What is Elsa’s favourite type of party?
A: A snow-ball!

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An old classic that works with the Frozen theme is musical statues. To suit this to a Frozen party, you may like to call it “Musical Freeze”. Children dance to music, but when the music stops, they must freeze as if Elsa has used her ice powers on them! If the children are older, you may like to eliminate the child that ‘freezes’ last, with the last child standing winning a prize. Otherwise, if the children are younger, give the best freezer a sticker in each round. To add another Frozen touch, play songs from the movies such as, “Let it Go”, “Love is an Open Door”, or “Into the Unknown”.

Q: Why is it dangerous for Olaf to be angry?
A: He might have a meltdown!

A final favourite Frozen party game is “Pin the carrot nose on Olaf”. A new spin on Pin the Tail on the Donkey, this game is not only fun, but inclusive, as it can be for any age groups, and no one is eliminated. All that’s needed is: A noseless Olaf picture printed out on A3 or A2 paper (a free printable can be found here), printed out carrots (one for each child – orange paper cut into triangles also works fine), blu tack for the carrots, and a blindfold. Stick the printed Olaf poster on a wall at child height. Line
the children up in front of the poster, spin them around three times when it’s their turn, and let them try their luck at getting their carrot as close to where Olaf’s should be as possible. The child who put it the closest gets a sticker or a prize.

Q: Knock knock
A: Who’s there?
Q: Yoo
A: Yoo who?
Q: Yoo hoo big summer blowout!

There you have it, some exciting Frozen games and funny Frozen jokes to make sure your child’s birthday is as cool as Elsa. To make the day even more special, why not book a Frozen entertainer for the big day? Entertainers take the stress out of the day, arriving with all the equipment needed to play the above games, and so many more! You can request Elsa, Anna, or even Kristoff, to make your child’s day! Find the Parties Kids Remember’s Ice Princess party page here!

How to Plan a Stress-Free Kids Party

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There’s nothing more fun than a kids party! For the kids, that is. But for the ones planning them, they can be a nightmare. It doesn’t have to be that way though! If you’re anything like me and thoughts of midnight baking, last-minute cleaning and balloon inflating keep you up at night, here are a few easy tips to help you plan a stress-free party – for you and your child.

Tip #1: Listen to Elsa.

You’ve probably seen Frozen more times than you can count, so now is the time to take Elsa’s advice for yourself: Let it Go! Planning a party can be even more stressful than a wedding, and you have to do it every year. Before you even start thinking about whether your two-year-old is too little for a bouncy castle, take a deep breath and remember that even Wonder Woman can’t do everything. And when in doubt, there’s always next year!

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Tip #2: A happy bub is a happy mum.

While planning a party may seem like a huge task, you’re not alone! Letting your kid make party decisions with you (or for you!) can both ease the stress of decision-making, AND even prevent any party day tears. Just think, if it won’t make your kid happy, you don’t need it.

Tip #3: Choose a theme.

While it may seem counter-intuitive, picking a theme (and sticking to it) can ease a whole lot of stress when it comes to planning a party, especially if it’s straight forward. A dinosaur party could save you time when it comes to buying decorations (all green!), and a princess dress-up party will ease the burden of getting your child dressed on the big day. Check out our theme ideas here!

Tip #4: It’s for the kids!

We all know the stress of making your party kid-friendly AND parent-approved, but they don’t need to be two different things! Providing finger-food or a BBQ is an easy way to feed kids and parents together, and hosting your party outside means you can chat with parents and keep an eye on the kids at the same time. The pressure of a mess-free house is also one you don’t need amid party planning, so find a family friendly park for an easier venue option.

Tip #5: Don’t do work that can be done for you.

This one’s easy, and will save you lots of time. While it may cost you a little extra, ordering a cake and food for the day will be one less thing to worry about, and you’ll be glad for it. You can also buy balloons already inflated, party bags already filled, and pre-made craft packs to keep the kids busy on the day.

Tip #6: Sit back and relax.

For the ultimate stress-free party experience, organise entertainment for the kids. Your little one gets a special party experience, and you get to sit back, relax, and watch the magic unfold. Everyone wins!

Tip #7: Get in early.

I’ve saved the most important for last here! Whether it’s organising catering, decorations, or entertainment, no one wants to be stuck running around at the last minute. For our entertainment bookings, we recommend booking at least 2 weeks in advance, or 3-4 weeks for a super popular character (Elsa and Spider-Man, I’m looking at you!) to make sure you can secure your date, time and number of entertainers ahead of time, especially in the busy season!


No one wants to plan a tricky party, so I hope these tips help you plan the stress-free, easy-breezy party of your kid’s dreams!


Superhero Party Ideas for Kids


Ahhh, superheroes! The heroic, lycra clad crime fighters that are idolized and adored the world over. So much so that their legacies and stories can be traced back to as early as 1917! It’s fair to say that many of the classic caped crusaders have dominated the mainstream media of modern times, starting with printed comic strips in the 1930s to the multi million dollar movie franchises we know and love today. With such following and renown, it’s no wonder that superheroes such as Superman, Batman and the Ninja Turtles are still major hits today and have transgressed generation upon generation.
It’s no wonder then that superhero parties are one of the most coveted themes amongst the cool kids on the block. But hosting a party in this day and age is not nearly easy as it was in the ‘30s, even though the superheroes are the same! With so many ready made costumes, accessories and services about, there is more and more pressure to make your kid’s party the one of the century… well until next year at least. A quick peruse of the internet provides no respite either. With so many websites offering thousands upon thousands of ideas, from the food to the cake to the decoSuperhero Sandwichesr; it’s hard to determine where to start!
To make things a little easier, I’ve compiled my four favourite DIY ideas from across the World Wide Web that will be sure to give your party that extra ‘POW’ or ‘KABLAM’. Not to mention they’re great activities to get them involved which will definitely make it a party to remember.








1. One thing you won’t want to deal with on the day are hangry little superheroes. Although brightly coloured lollies and cordial lend themselves well to such a colourful and exciting theme, it’s also nice to have more substantial offers on the table. Melanie has the right idea over at It Happens in a Blink with her Captain America inspired sandwiches! You can use whatever healthy fillings you want and create these bad boys with simply a star shaped cookie cutter, the effect is amazing!











2. Retro superhero comics areSuperhero bunting all about strong primary colours, which is convenient because they work great as a colour scheme for decorations! A bright red or yellow table cloth is an easy way to decorate the table, with maybe bright blue plates or napkins to compliment this. A really awesome way of jazzing up any area and really driving home the superhero theme is homemade comic book buntings! Jennifer over at Blissful Nest has a comprehensive tutorial on how you can easily make these awesome decorations!







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3. What’s a birthday party without a cake?! Baking is a great way to interact with your child and a great educational opportunity for them. Betty Crocker (the culinary goddess that she is) has come to the rescue again with a fantastic yet simple recipe for a super cake! The kids will have a blast customising their cake with decorations
and turning themselves into an edible superhero!







4. The last thing yoSuperhero u’ll want to make sure you cover for a super hero party are the games! Now, entertaining a group of sugar hyped kids for a few hours is no mean feat. Let them have a chance to run off some of the energy with a twist on the beloved Scarecrow game. Many children are familiar with the rules from physical education at school. If you are tagged by the person who is ‘it’ you have to freeze until someone crawls between your legs. To give it a more sinister spin- explain that the ‘it’ person is a villain with an evil power. Perhaps that they turn superheroes into toilets, or something equally crazy! Then the other children must ‘free’ them by sitting on them and flushing the toilet. It’ll have both parents and kids giggling and having a great time. This and other sensational games are provided by Parties Kids remember, who have professional and energetic hosts who will keep your kids entertained for hours! All are cleared with up to date Working With Children Checks and have extensive training. Check them out!









I believe it’s important to include your child in planning and creating their vision for their party; it’s fun, educational and gives them a great sense of accomplishment and pride. With these simple ideas, you’ll be sure to have an easy, affordable and SUPER party!

Have a magical day!

– R



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