Do you want to build a snowman? Perhaps an ice cube relay race? How about playing some reindeer games? Okay, so maybe Anna only asked the first question, but we're sure she would have enjoyed doing any of these Frozen-themed activities with her sister, Elsa.
If you’re throwing a Frozen-themed party or looking for a fun way to spend an afternoon with fans of Disney’s Nordic princess sisters, this collection of activities includes ideas for everything from games to performances to edible crafts.
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Put Olaf Together
Kids must first find hidden pieces of Olaf and race to put them back together. You can either have them play individually or as teams. For individual play, print one Olaf image per player. Cut the Olafs into pieces. Hide the pieces around the party space. Each player must find a complete set and build Olaf before time runs out.
If you prefer a team effort, you can have two pictures of Olaf printed to poster size (or draw your own on poster board). Cut the images into two sets of pieces and scatter them around the play area. Divide players into two teams and have them race to see which team will be first to collect and reassemble their Olaf.
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Set your party guests up with everything they need to turn already-baked, plain cupcakes into their own, edible snowmen.Continue to 5 of 14 below.
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Frozen Sing Along
What would a Frozen party be without the little princesses belting out “Let it Go” or those junior Olaf’s singing “In Summer?” Play the songs from the movie (or put on the sing-along version of the DVD) and give the kids some props with which to enhance their performances.
Some ideas for props include princess gowns, bubbles, confetti snow, umbrellas, reindeer antlers and troll necklaces.
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Krisotff's Ice Delivery Race
Have your party guests team up to deliver ice like Kristoff! Fill two buckets with ice cubes and set them on one side of the party space. Place two empty buckets at the other side of the room. Divide kids into two teams. Give each team a spoon. Have them race, relay-style, to transfer the ice cubes, one at a time on the spoon, from one bucket to the other. The first team to fill their bucket wins.Continue to 9 of 14 below.
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Marshmallow Freeze Tag
To play this game, one player is Elsa and one player is the Marshmallow monster. The rest of the kids are Annas and Kristoffs. Elsa must stay in her ice castle (a small space, such as a square marked off with colored tape on the floor). The marshmallow monster stands in the middle of the room and the remaining players start on the opposite side of the ice castle.
When the game begins, the players must try to reach Elsa in her ice castle without being tagged by the Marshmallow. Any players who are tagged by the Marshmallow are frozen in place and it’s up to the other players to get past the Marshmallow in order to free their frozen friends. The first player to tag Elsa gets to trade places with her.
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These ideas for winter indoor fun can help you bring some snow-themed activities into your Frozen-themed party space. Have an indoor snowball fight, build a snowman out of pillowcases or enjoy a hot cocoa picnic.
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If you’re lucky enough to actually have snow on the ground on the day of your Frozen party, ask guests to bundle up for some outdoor fun. Let them pretend to be on a sledding adventure with Kristoff, Anna, and Swen as they enjoy some of these sledding games.Continue to 13 of 14 below.
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Olaf and his friends would love to join your kids for some of these snowman-themed party games.
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Some of these reindeer party games have a holiday theme, but many of them can be adapted to fit a Frozen party theme in honor of Swen, the lovable reindeer character.