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16 Slumber Party Crafts, Games and Activities

By: Julia Litz, editor for FaveCrafts.com

Toast and Limerick CD Coasters16 Slumber Party Crafts, Games and Activities


One of the most fun and memorable activities you can participate in as a child is sleepover parties. If you're a parent, thinking of fun crafts for a party and slumber party games, activities and meals can be a challenge. Luckily, there are a ton of fun slumber party crafts that will keep the kids busy well into the night.

When it comes to slumber party crafts, don't get too complicated. Give the kids a variety of craft supplies and materials and let them show off their creativity. Kids have their own ideas of what to do at sleepovers - mainly, stay up all night and eat a ton of candy. While this can be fun, it can often lead to boredom or mischief. Gently guide kids to create delightful slumber party crafts that they can save and take with them. To prepare for the party, have anxious kids create simple party games like checkers and tic tac toe. This will give them a way to channel their energy before and after the big day. It's always good to plan out some slumber party games. Activities with structure are a great way to keep kids under control.

Additionally, there are plenty of projects for parents to make before the party begins. Make crafts for a party that you can use to decorate your table and hang on the ceiling - the more festive the project, the better.

What to Do at Sleepovers

My Voice Journal

Looking for ways to keep kids occupied before they head off to their sleeping bags? Create some slumber party crafts that they can take with them and use later on. A notepad or a journal is a fun and easy keepsake to make. You can also have them personalize their own organizers or decorative "lollipops" - any parent knows that sugar can lead to wild and crazy kids. If you aren't sure what to do at sleepovers, reflect on this list of slumber party crafts.

Crafts for a Party

Owl Themed Party Decor

Whether your child is a man's man or a girly girl (or somewhere in between), you're sure to find a craft that will help make the day more festive. Make crafts for a party that stand out and add to the celebratory atmosphere. Luckily, these projects cost less than their store-bought  counterparts  and you don't have to head to a party supply store. Simply gather up some paper, buttons and other inexpensive supplies - before you know it, you'll have a dressed-up space that's ready for guests.

Slumber Party Games, Activities and More

Felt Face Game

The key to a successful party is keeping kids busy. Have kids create some fun slumber party games. Activities such as tic tac toe and checkers are great when kids get bored. When you can channel their energy into a game, you're less likely to have to discipline the child or fight off boredom. These games also allow parents to step away from the festivities - you know kids will remain safe and content. Best of all, you can save these projects and use them over and over again - take them in the car, on vacation or simply store them in a cabinet.

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