Birthday party activity suggestions for a 9 year old girl

My daughter is turning 9 and is having a sleep-over birthday party. We are looking for activity suggestions. So far we have:

- piñata
- Make your own t-shirt
- chocolate fondu
- finger and toe painting
- Wii Just Dance party

Looking for other suggestions.

Posted by Randy G on Jul 17 | Like this |

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Are you on Pinterest? I have found SOOOOO many ideas on there for Kid's Parties - I cannot wait for my little one to grow a bit older to enjoy the ideas.

There are two I found recently that I particularly love:
1. Make your own candy necklaces:
2. Blow up helilum balloons and write a time on each balloon. Inside the balloon put a note with an activity on it. Then on each hour or set time period they get to pop the balloon to find out what activity they get to do next :)

Posted by Katie O on Jul 17 '12, 9:24 a.m. | Share | Like | Flag as abuse

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Wow Randy, we were lucky to just have a wiener roast and a cake of our choice!! However, I once hired a magician for my son's birthday party!!!
I think I also rented a video and bought a case of Pop Shop pops.

Posted by Edith D on Jul 17 '12, 9:28 a.m. | Share | Like | Flag as abuse

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Whatever the final plans for party activities it sounds like a great party!

For easy set up, prepare each craft activity in's hard to be setting things up with kids around so do the set up before they arrive.

Make craft "centres" for each activity and when the kids arrive and you're ready to get them started you can move them from one centre to the next in a group; or, you can have a few kids at a time at each centre.

Decorate each table with a cluster of floating balloons on strings taped down to the table's centre.

If you don't have space for separate tables for each craft, try this: in advance, i.e. days before the party, set up the craft, make a sample, then put everything into a separate box to store until the party -- a box for each type of craft -- to be put out super-quickly when required.

Each time a craft is over, the kids put the stuff back into the box then when you're ready, you put out the next craft box.

The basics like scissors, glue, etc. can be left in one basket for easy access while the crafts are being set out.

Posted by Stefani W on Jul 17 '12, 12:08 p.m. | Share | Like | Flag as abuse

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Great suggestions. Katie, how the heck do you get the note inside the balloon?

Posted by Randy G on Jul 17 '12, 5:12 p.m. | Share | Like | Flag as abuse

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Ear plugs, ear plugs and more ear plugs. You brave people you!
A bunch of 9 yr old girls together - Excited. Screaming. Hopped up on sugar. I'll pray for you :) lol

Posted by Katherine C on Jul 20 '12, 6:50 a.m. | Share | Like | Flag as abuse

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I once had a 10 or 11 year old son who wanted a cake fight at his birthday party. "NO!! If I bake something it will be eaten, not wasted!!" Well, as usual my baking failed and I had a large, hard, chocolate cake. I iced it and then bought an Safeway edible cake for the festivities. The party was outside and after everyone sang happy birthday and he blew out the candles he sunk his face into it and came up throwing cake. This cake was so hard it bounced and was able to be thrown again and again!!! Finally, it ended and they jumped into the hot tub for a wash. Many seagulls had a feast that evening and other than the guests going home in dirty clothes I would say it was a success!!! Yes, the hot tub needed draining and water changed but water was not an issue way back then.............Awww, the good old days.

Posted by Edith D on Jul 20 '12, 7:07 p.m. | Share | Like | Flag as abuse

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My guess is you would roll the note tightly, blow up the balloon and then put the note into a large straw, blow it in and then top up the balloon. ???????

Posted by Edith D on Jul 20 '12, 7:09 p.m. | Share | Like | Flag as abuse

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What about a costume party? These guys are good:

Posted by Stacy N on Jul 24 '12, 4:56 p.m. | Share | Like | Flag as abuse

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Whether we come to you or you visit our studio, Color Me Mine, the Paint your own pottery studio, is a great place for a kids party!! so many ideas and a ton of fun. Best of all, the parents get to sit back and relax - we do the rest!
Check it out and sorry, I just saw this post now! or my Facebook page at Color Me Mine Victoria

Posted by Color Me Mine on Aug 19 '14, 2:27 p.m. | Share | Like | Flag as abuse

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Do facials with cucumber on the spa night.

Posted by Jodie V on Aug 25 '14, 6:51 p.m. | Share | Like | Flag as abuse

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Your little one’s birthday bash is one of the most thrilling events of her whole year and she’d probably be pleased by just about any party you threw in her honor. But if you want to make the big day more special, look to whatever mania’s gripping your munchkin right now whether it’s fairies or football and use it as the perfect jumping-off point for party planning. games like Butterfly Balloon, Skittles, Pass the Balloon or making crafts, paintings, or coloring pages are this one of the best activities for kids. I have downloaded a coloring pages for my on his birthday. Here is the link

Posted by user_9193 on Nov 27 '14, 12:42 a.m. | Share | Like | Flag as abuse

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I helped out at my twin nieces' 10th birthday party, and I was in charge of tie dying. They all seemed to love tie dying shirts and shorts! I'd suggest it to you all too. And maybe a scavenger hunt. I enjoyed those on birthdays when I was little.

Posted by user_9088 on Nov 30 '14, 1:40 p.m. | Share | Like | Flag as abuse

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