Gruffalo Party Games by Krysia Hudek


Gruffalo Party Games by Krysia Hudek

7 games designed for children who love the Gruffalo. Ideal for parties for between 6 to 36 children aged 2 - 6 years. All the games have easy to follow instructions, are flexible to appeal to little ones and older children, and can be set up in a few minutes. Gruffalo's Pass the Parcel Challenges: The traditional game but with the extra fun of carrying out an easy Gruffalo related challenge when the music stops. Gruffalo Grab: Can the butterflies change places with the snakes without getting caught by the Gruffalo? A game sure to get the giggles started! Mouse, owl, snake or frog? A high octane game in which the players have to race to the right picture. The game can be made a little trickier for older children by giving clues (squeak, squeak) rather than saying the name of the character. Gruffalo's Bump Challenges: Put on some upbeat music for all to do the Gruffalo dance! When the music stops, the last players to sit down have to carry out a Gruffalo related challenge. 12 easy challenges included. Gruffalo's Friends: An ideal simple paper and pencil game to play at any time, but just the thing after a Gruffalo feast. One person draws the head, another the body and so on until you've a gallery of crazy monsters. Logpile House: Using a balloon, knock down a tree or two in the wood and see which team can build the biggest logpile house! What's in the Deep Dark Wood? Butterflies, a frog, flowers, a fox ...and a HUNGRY GRUFFALO! Everyone needs to creep through the deep dark wood without getting caught by the hungry Gruffalo! PLUS a Gruffalo party Poster to fix to the door!

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9 pages


Krysia Hudek
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Publication date

1st October 2011



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