Best indoor party games for kids. Indoor party games are the best way to keep the keeps entertained and engaged. These games are perfect for indoor venues. If you have limited space but you still want to give the kids a good time, check out this list. The games vary in difficulty so make sure you choose the age-appropriate ones for your party.
Balloon games are fun because they are so easy to prepare. You only literally need to blow up a couple of balloons and then you are good to go. This is affordable yet highly entertaining. This balloon relay involves different groups of kids. Have each group form a straight line. The objective is for the last person to relay a balloon to the first person on the line through the alternating “over-under” pattern, the balloon is submitted over the head and then between the legs. Once it reaches the front of the line, the first person should sit on the balloon to pop on it. He will then dash to the end of the line and the game continues until everyone in a group has had their chance to pop a balloon.
This is a classic game that is still well-loved up to this day. A bunch of chairs will be used to form a circle. The number of chairs should be one less than the total number of players. The kids will be asked to dance around the chairs as the music plays. Once it stops, everyone should scramble to take a seat. Each round continues by removing one chair until the game is down to the last two members, fighting for the last seat. This is simple yet so fun.
Pin The Tail On The Donkey
This is another classic party game. This works by blindfolding a player and then spinning him a few times. He will be handed a “tail” that he has to pin on the donkey’s hind area. The person who manages to pin the tail properly wins the game. The great thing about this game is that you can easily customize it to the theme of your party. If you are having a SpongeBob-themed party, you can try pinning his necktie on him. You can also try various animals. The possibilities are endless.
This is another classic party game that requires the players to be fast thinkers. This is best played by kids ages three and up. The emcee shouts different prompts that the kids should do. These could be “Simon Says… kneel!” after which the kids should kneel. They should do everything that Simon says. But if the emcee states a prompt that does not have the words “Simon says” them, then those are invalid. The kids who accidentally follow those prompts are eliminated from the game until only one winner is left.