What’s a kids celebration without balloons? Ideal for decorating, party favors, not to mention, party games. Floating balloons, googly balloons, water balloons, screaming balloons … Here’s an excellent variety of looney balloon games kids will love.

Form guests into two lines facing a bag of balloons about 20 feet away. On the starting signal, guests must race to the balloon bag, take one out and pop it as quickly as possible by located on it, stepping onto it, or any other means. Then they race back and tag another team member within their line. The initial team to get every player pop a balloon is the winner.

Blow up about 10-15 balloons and place them on the floor. Each guest has 2 minutes (use a timer) to get and hold as much balloons as possible. They have to pick up the bulk order balloons all on their own without help, put them in their clothes, between their legs, under their arms, between their teeth, etc. Each guest takes a turn whilst the others watch and laugh themselves silly! The guest who holds the most balloons when their time is up is definitely the winner.

Form guests right into a circle having an adult leader at the center using a balloon. Each guest will have a chance going to the balloon to maintain it up, but here’s the catch. The leader will call the person’s name along with a body part, and they must use that body part hitting the balloon upwards to help keep it in play. You may use hands, feet, knee, elbow, head, and hips or butt. Players who use the wrong body part or enable the balloon fall to the floor are out. The last player standing with the

balloon in play is the winner.

Gather children in a circle across the adult leader. Toss a balloon in the air and call one child’s name. That child must catch the balloon before it touches the ground. In the event the child succeeds, she grows to toss the balloon and call the next name.

Fill 20-30 balloons with two to four beads each and hide the filled balloons throughout the house or yard. Divide guests into groups of two and tie one list of hands then one list of feet together. Each team must find as much balloons because they can, pop them independently, and return with their beads. They with the most beads at the conclusion of the game is definitely the winner.

Blow up balloons, placing a small marble with the neck of each one before tying the end. This will make the balloons move in unexpected ways. Release to the group yet another balloon than children. The object is to keep the balloons up in the air. Play this in two teams, each side with an extra balloon. The team who lets a balloon drop towards the floor first loses.

Pass out a big balloon to every guest. Allow them to blow up their balloon and provide your help tying every one securely. The object of the game is always to hit the balloons up in to the air whilst keeping them afloat for the longest time frame. This can be a fun and great way to start or end any party!

Place notes inside un-inflated balloons, 1 or 2 of the notes should indicate this balloon is a winner. Inflate the balloons and hang them around. Let each child pick a balloon then pop it to determine if their note is actually a winner.

Before the party, insert a little, light-weight party favor such as a sticker, into the opening of any balloon before inflating it. Then, inflate the balloon and repeat until you have a balloon for every guest. Utilize these balloons to embellish the party area. At the conclusion of the party, each guest may take

a balloon and pop it by sitting on it, kicking it, etc. to get the prize hidden inside.

For this particular game you will require two brooms, an extended string to mark your course, six balloons (and some extra just in case any should pop). Set up a hurdle course within your party area using boxes, chairs, bushes, trees, etc. Mark the uttbqx of your obstacle course with string.

Divide your party guests into two teams and line up both teams at the starting line. Offer the first person in each line a broom and three balloons. (Be sure to use different colored balloons for every team). They must make use of the broom to herd their wild ponies (balloons) with the course.

Each player must herd their wholesalers from the entire course to finish their turn. The initial team to finish the course, wins! When a balloon pops in a player’s turn, they must have a new balloon for the starting line and start again. Instruct your kids to stand in 2 single-file lines, facing forward. Place a balloon between the knees in the first child in each line. When the race starts, the initial child on each team turns to face another person in line. The 2nd child must grasp the balloon with his or her knees and turn to pass it onto the third person, and so on. When the balloon falls to the floor, they must start

over. The first team to successfully pass the balloon down the road, wins!