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Line the Party Path with Dinosaur Footprints
With a little inspiration from Deborah, your party could also have dino footprints leading to your party's entrance, through a Jurassic obstacle course game, or to every dinosaur's favorite treat: the birthday cake!Continue to 2 of 6 below.
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Create a Roar-some Backdrop
Michele, of The Scrap Shoppe Blog, created this cool balloons-and-cardboard-dinosaur display to serve as the Jurassic backdrop for the food table at her son's dinosaur birthday bash. Drop by to check out all of her dinosaur-themed food ideas, including dino-shaped sandwiches and a volcano topped birthday cake.Continue to 4 of 6 below.
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Dig for Dinos
We're not sure which is more fun; the dino dig activity, itself, or these cool tools Deb from Learn With Play at Home gave out for kids to use as they scoured the sandbox.
When it comes to dinosaur party games, it's hard to top the dino dig. Set up your own by burying toy bones, wrapped candy treats, or a variety of trinkets in the sand, so kids can enjoy a little paleontology role-play. You could even have a few sandboxes placed around the yard and combine your dinosaur dig with a scavenger hunt game.Continue to 5 of 6 below.
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Serve Molten Lava Cakes
Are you looking for a cool dinosaur-themed party dessert? These Molten Lava Volcano cakes from the Wants & Wishes dinosaur party can stand alone as the king of the dessert table, or you could use them to complement a dino birthday cake. Either way, they are sure to please all of the cake-i-vores at your event.Continue to 6 of 6 below.
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