Just like the winter gloom is about to be brought in, the NFL gives us a great reason to host the party: Super Bowl.
It was a joke to organize a Super Bowl for children because it was a normal event, provided entertainment and often delicious food.
Wondering how to make soccer parties fun for kids? These ideas will ensure people enjoy the game.
Invitations are like game shows of the day. The program can include pictures of all players and short, humorous descriptions of each child.
Cutting a soccer shape from brown cardstock or construction paper. Stitch the lace of a football through paper using a needle thread and yarn or hemp yarn. Write information on the back.
Make a small pom-pom by chopping the strips of tissue paper and then tying the strips together at one end with double adhesive tape. Wrap a small piece of paper around the tape to hide it.
Paste the root of pom-pom on the front of a blank white card, and then write down the inside information.
If you and your guests are ardent fans of one of the teams playing in the Super Bowl, then party decorations are a no-brainer.
Red cup, red transmitter, red everything if red is the color of your team. Blue panels, blue balloons, blue everything, if that’s what your team wears. And so on through the rainbow.
Big time football fans may never admit this, but let’s face it, the Super Bowl can last and last.
Keeping kids engaged in the game with a bit of their own competition is called Super Bowl Smackdown.
Print copies of Super Bowl Smackdown and ask them to fill in before the game starts. It asks them to guess what will happen in the game, like what the final score will be and which team will win the coin.
The party organizer can award a small prize after each answer is determined and then the child with the best answer at the end wins the grand prize, such as football or tickets to watch the opening match of the Your team next fall.