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Delaney wanted activities to go with all of her favorite characters. We had activities set-up both inside and outside for the kids to explore.
Bullseye’s Target Toss
For Bullseye’s game, we set-up a magnetic dart board on our easel. The easel is also magnetic, so it caught many of the off-target arrows!
Woody’s Lucky Horseshoes
We made beanbag horseshoes using felt and rice. I love how the cow-print painting turned out on the base, too.
Jessie’s Rope ‘em Lasso Game
Dad made this cute wooden horse, and I added the paper bag mane and tail. We had three rope circle “lassos” for the kids to throw. They loved this game!
The kids dropped parachute toys from the play structure, trying to land them on the target. We had two “no-tangle” parachute toys, which held up great and still have lots of play left in them.
Buzz Lightyear’s Rocket Launch
We had two activities for Buzz Lightyear’s Rocket Launch – throwing foam rockets through a hanging target and making straw rockets. We had two big foam rockets and two foam rocket footballs. The target was a piece of cardboard, painted and decorated with foam stickers.
The straw rockets were a craft project that the kids could do independently. For the rockets, I used Crayola Neon Color Explosion paper that comes with special markers. We also had foam stickers for decorating. Each rocket had a pocket taped on the back – just insert a straw and blow to launch your rocket.
Wheezy’s Wind-Up Penguin Races
This was a very simple game, but all the kids loved playing with the wind-up penguins! We used masking tape to secure alphabet blocks to a plastic lid for our racing lanes.
The Claw Game
We couldn’t leave out the cute little aliens! I think you can see from the picture how I put this together. We had the game up on a table so the kids could look through the window while they tried to get prizes with tongs. The prizes were fruit leather and organic suckers taped to paper aliens, as well as green glow bracelets.
Bo Peep’s Lost Sheet Hunt
We played one game, which was a hunt for Bo Peep’s lost sheep. I painted wooden sheep from the craft store and put a different Toy Story sticker on the back of each one. Each sheep was inside a green “hill” pocket. Some of the pockets had a Try Again note instead of a sheep.
I hid the hills and gave each kid a card – they had to find the sheep with the matching sticker. The kids loved it, and it was a great way to make a simple hunt last a little longer.
We sent our guests home with a small bucket filled with animal cookies, chocolate coins, make-your-own Mr. Potato Head Stickers, and a few Toy Story band-aids.
Phew! All we have left to do is finish writing our thank-you notes.
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