Party Activities

What in the world am I going to do with all those children in my house?

Entertaining children at a party couldn’t be easier with our awesome games and activities.
Arts and Crafts are best done at the beginning of the party as guests arrive.

Sitting at a table and quietly keeping busy is the best way for children to meet each other. Starting a party in this way sets the tone for an organized and fun atmosphere with little work from you.
After all of your guests have arrived, it is time to break out the entertainment and games! We have many reptile themed games to keep the party going.

Reptile Arts and Crafts

Paper Snakes

Paper snakes for the kids to color and take home. Buy cheap white paper plates and cut them in a spiral – working from the outside in. The outside will be the tail and the inside will be the head. Make the head a little bit bigger, then one-hole punch eyes). They may be hung from the ceiling from the hole.

Party Games

Reptile Egg Hunt

Buy plastic eggs from party supply or craft stores. Fill the eggs with goodies and hide all over your house and yard before the party.

Reptile Scavenger Hunt

Buy small reptile toys from party supply stores. (They typically sell dozens together in a tub, bag or tube. Then simply hide them all over the yard and house.
For older children, you can design a true scavenger hunt. Split the children into teams and give each team a clue to the first hiding spot. When they find the location, they will receive a prize and a clue to the next location!

Pin the Tongue on the Lizard

Draw a big lizard on a posterboard. Have the birthday child color it before the party. Cut out lizard tongues from pink construction paper and write the name of each party guest on a tongue. Instead of using a pin, loop a piece of tape and stick to the back of each tongue.

Food & Snacks

You can do so much more than the typical food and drinks of soda and pizza, and we can help you get your creative juices flowing.

With the many parties we’ve been lucky enough to be a part of, we’ve seen how our delicious favorites get quickly snagged by the guests. We love the Dirt Cups, made with chocolate pudding tops with oreo cookie crumbles and accented with some tasty gummy worms.

Reptile Jigglers

Make jello “jigglers” and use reptile or other animal cookie cutter shapes. Follow “jiggler” recipe on box.

Dirt Cups

(clear cups filled with chocolate pudding, crushed chocolate graham crackers or oreos (dirt) with a gummy worm sticking out of them.