Let the fun and enthusiasm start with these distinctive SpongeBob party concepts, SpongeBob party matches and SpongeBob party ornaments we’ve gathered for you at your child’s birthday party!
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To start with, our first SpongeBob Party Idea needs SpongeBob Squarepants style to be decorated.
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Make a “Welcome to Bikini Bottom” sign with a purple bristol board (the territory from which SpongeBob originates), colour it with starfish and jellyfish, and a stick at the bottom of the driveway, or walk up to the stairs. Hang a Happy Birthday Party SpongeBob Banner over the front door.
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Next, decorate the party halls so they look like gigantic fishbowls or underwater. Use blue streamers to make the waves around the room look like bubbles, clear and blue balloons, and red balloons with long violet ribbons to make them look like jellyfish.
Hang green streamers as a kind of seaweed screen in the doorways for children to move from room to space. On the walls and some from the roof, stick fish cutouts. Lay seashells boxes around the chambers. Hang from the roof swimming pool flies to create it feel like you’re sleeping.
Fill a big fish bowl with crackers of goldfish. To really put the Caribbean mood, have Jamaican reggae music on in the backdrop. Establish a SpongeBob Fish Bubble or colourful SpongeBob Bubble.
Now that you have the spot decked out the style of Bikini Bottom, it’s time to get down to some fun matches and events of SpongeBob.
First, as the kids come to the gate, welcome them with a purple lei and say, “Welcome to Bikini Bottom.”
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Two parts of yellow bristol board must be prepared. Lie them back to back and strap the bottom lengthwise. Then sandwich your kid inside the two covered parts of the bristol board and label where the nose of your baby reaches the front bristol board and the ends of the weapons dangle.
Now cut a circle large enough for the eyes and nose of your child and tap together the sides, leaving room for the arms. Draw the characteristics of SpongeBob. Each kid will be delighted to pose as SpongeBob and submit it along with your SpongeBob post-party Thank you!
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PASS THE SLIMY SPONGE
Soak a large sponge in water, wring it out, and sprinkle with flour gently to make it feel slimy. Sit in a circle with the children, play music, and stop at blended periods. When the dance ends, whoever is left keeping the slimy sponge is out of the circle. Continue until there remains only one kid. This kid receives the birthday cake for the first time!
Unwire some coat hangers, having time with layers of duct tape to closely bind the hook ends of the hangers. Assign a fishing pole to every kid. Hang a black wall and hide behind it (to simulate the ocean).
Tell each kid to fish for loot separately. Start by putting stupid stuff at the end … seaweed, an old sock, dryer lint, even a pocket full of trash pieces. The more stupid items are varied, the more enjoyable! Attach the child’s loot box after some fun and teasing.
UNDERWATER TASTY FUN
Serve as a snack, in transparent plastic cups, personal aquariums or green jello packed with gummy fish. Use “Shark’s Blood” to fill SpongeBob Cups: a combination of purple Kool-Aid ice cubes and transparent soda pop. The kids are going to watch the colors blend in amazement!
Try to serve hamburgers and call them Crabby Patties for the main meal on SpongeBob Kids Plates. Decorate the pineapple juice board with SpongeBob Pineapple Cups. Let the children bring back the pineapple cups with them as an additional treat!
Say that every kid should take an empty shoebox. Turn on their side their cabinet and paint it black. Provide paper cut out of salmon and starfish, and a blue play dough sample jellyfish with blue strings hanging from twist links that are caught in the bottom.
Supply them with plenty of game dough in different colours, stick-on “googly eyes,” red and purple flowers (for jellyfish tentacles), colored construction paper, washable pads, safety scissors, glue (for crab feet), and sparkles.
They’re going to be submerged in their imaginations, creating their own Bikini Bottom! And they have to bring back their own designs!
Why not bake a SpongeBob cake in a non-stick square pot for desert. To color the sails, hair, top and body of SpongeBob, use blue, black, white and purple icing. Cut into quarters and serve on Square Plates SpongeBob.
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Pick up some plain sponge that quadruples in volume when submerged in water for a excellent SpongeBob party concept that costs very little.
Cut dry, plain sponge rectangular sheets and use permanent markers to decorate a SpongeBob image. Write “Put me in water” on the surface with a fine-line permanent marker. Great for more underwater entertainment!
Also attempt these SpongeBob party concepts for sure-to-please: SpongeBob Figures, SpongeBob Tattoos, SpongeBob Pencils, SpongeBob Squirt Frogs, and Flashing Jelly Yo-yo, just to mention a few.