At-home Birthday Party Games: Balloon Pop


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Balloon Pop

This is a quick game that allows everyone to get a prize. Before the party, blow up balloons and insert a numbered slip of paper into each. Have a corresponding numbered list of prizes. For the game, toss the balloons into one room and instruct the children to sit on the balloons to pop them. Once the balloons are popped each child trades his/her slip of paper for a prize. Note popped balloons can be a choking hazard for young kids. This game is not advised for young babies or toddlers.

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