This is the continuation of a series of post about a LEGO theme party. Part One was about the invitation, part two was about the goodie bags and today we will be talking about games and the food for the party.
We had the party at a local children museum so I planned activities and games that were short and easy, so the kids could go and explore the museum.
As the guests arrived, they were asked to write down their guess as to the number of LEGO bricks in the storage container. Then we invited the kids to go explore the museum and free play.
After a while I had another game. I gave each child some Lego bricks and a straw. I then set up a timer and asked them to pick up the bricks using the straw, suctioning with their mouth. The winner was the one that was
able to move more bricks into a plate during the two minutes. The kids had a lot of fun with that game.
We had also Lego building contest, and free play with the Legos.
As for the food, I had pizza, veggies, and snacks for the kids. I also had chicken salad and tostadas for the adults. I had chips on the Lego container I made, and some nuts and dried fruit. I also made Lego shaped chocolates for the party.
(Some of the pictures for the food and games got deleted from the phone, so I cannot post those... sorry)
For the cake I had the Hero Factory Cake made on edible ink, with my son’s name and I also had some cookies with his name, printed on edible paper with edible ink.
The party was a success and now I had set up the tone for next year, so wish me luck.