If you are uncertain of the weather on the day you want to celebrate a party, you can be safe and choose an indoor birthday party place. There are a number of indoor venues to choose from and a variety of games and kids indoor play that you can facilitate.
One game that you can have in an indoor play center is known as “freeze” and “unfreeze.” Play festive music in the background when you host this game. Tell the children that while the music plays, they have to dance. But, when the music stops, the children have to stop dancing and freeze. Randomly stop the music and say “freeze” when you do. Make sure that the participants hold their position before you call “unfreeze.” Call “freeze” and “unfreeze” randomly. The participants who can’t keep their position frozen before you call an “unfreeze” are out of the game. Make it more challenging for the participants to remain in their position by teasing them or making funny faces. Let the game go on until one participant remains.
Musical games are also good options for kids indoor play. There are many different musical games that can be facilitated at an indoor birthday party place. For example, a game of musical chairs can be played. You can start with having the same number of chairs as the participants in the game. When the music stops, the participants have to sit down on them. For each round, take one chair away. This means that during the second round, one of the participants will have no chair to sit on when the music stops. The winner of the game is the last one who can sit in the last chair.
Dares are also enjoyable additions to parties done in an indoor play center. For example, you can dare a guest to kiss the person nearest them, pretend they’re an animal for a minute, do push-ups or squats, dance the ballet, or sing an awkward song. Make sure that you do not force your guests to perform the dares and that such tasks are not offensive or discriminatory. Also, make sure that you do not ask your guests to perform dares that are unsafe.
Deciding to use balloons to decorate an indoor birthday party place can help make the venue more enjoyable for the celebrant and their guests. Balloons are affordable, easy to set up, can liven up any place, and look really beautiful in pictures. They can also be used as souvenirs for the party or as creative ways of giving out dares. Write the dares on sheets of paper and insert them into the balloons before you blow them up. Give guests pins to pop the balloons of their choice and ask them to carry out the dares written on the sheets.
Plus, if you are facilitating some games, you can host a couple of activities using balloons. For example, you can play “keep it up.” The simple game involves dividing the participants into small groups and instructing them to keep the balloon up at all times. One way to do this is for participants to shout the name of the person that the balloon is directed towards. The group that keeps the balloon up the longest wins this particular kids indoor play.