These Space party games will have the kids floating in space, hunting aliens and searching for moon rocks. It couldn't be more fun!
So take your pick from the outer space games below and be prepared for a galactical good time
Also don't forget to check out my SPACE PARTY THEME IDEAS too.
Equipment : Cardboard box, black spray paint, string, frisbees
Create a black hole by spray painting a large box black. Hang it from the ceiling or a somewhere outside so that the opening is on the side. Have the kids throw Frisbees and try and get them into the black hole. The person to get the most Frisbees in the hole wins. If you haven't got any frisbees, use paper plates although you may want to add a piece of play dough in the middle of each one to make them a bit heavier.
Hunt the Alien
Equipment : Toy alien, paper and pen, green counters
The kids are always fascinated by alien related space party games. In advance hide a toy alien somewhere outside. Not far from the alien lay a trail to show that the alien is near. The trail could be small green counters on the ground. You could also lay one false trail which leads to a piece of paper with a cross on it. Split the kids into small teams and tell them that an alien is hiding and it's their job to locate him. To do so they must first locate the trail (green counters) which will lead them to the alien. Beware of the false trail though!
Moon Rock Hunt
Equipment : Small rocks, glow in the dark paint or silver foil
This game is always on my list of space party games. Paint some small rocks with GLOW IN THE DARK PAINT. Make the room as dark as possible and have the kids collect as many rocks as they can. Alternatively if it is not dark enough or you don't have glow paint then you could cover the rocks in silver foil and play the game with the lights on.
Equipment : Empty tin cans, string, obstacle course
Clean out some empty tin cans – 2 cans for each team/child. Carefully make 2 holes in the bottom equidistant from each other and then thread a 2 meter long piece of string through both holes and then tie the ends. You should now have a tin can with a large loop of string which should be about 1 meter long. Have the kids step onto the cans (1 for each foot) and hold onto the loops of string. Then they must walk around an obstacle course as quickly as possible. If in teams, have each team member do it and the first team to complete the course is the winner.
Floating In Space
Equipment : Cotton wool balls, bowls, spoons, blindfold
Split into pairs or teams. Give each team a bowl full of cotton wool balls plus an empty bowl and a spoon. Blindfold a member of each team and on the word "GO" they have to see how many balls they can transfer from one bowl to the other within 30 seconds. It is very funny to watch because the cotton wool balls are so light that they are not sure if they are picking any up or not.
I love having a piñata and it is easy to Make your own pinata.
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Bowl the Alien
Equipment : Bowling pins or empty plastic fizz bottle, paper and marker pens, scotch tape, rubber balls
Have the kids create their own alien bowling pin by coloring in some alien clipart pictures. Stick the finished aliens to the bowling pins or plastic bottles and then partially fill each bottle with sand in order to weigh them down a bit. Line them up and have the kids roll alien rocks (rubber balls) at the pins to see how many they can knock down.
Landing on the Moon
Equipment : Paper and paint or colored markers, blindfold, sticky tape
In advance either draw a create a poster with several planets and stars on it including the moon. Also make some paper astronauts (one for each player). Blindfold each player in turn and give them an astronaut and see if they can place their astronaut on the moon. Whoever 'lands' their astronaut on the moon is the winner.
Space Hop Race
Equipment : Space hoppers (one for each team), obstacle course
I remember SPACE HOPPERS so well and I just loved them so this is one of my favorite space party games. Set up an obstacle course outside. Split the kids into teams and have them take turns hopping round the course and then back to the start line. Then the next team member goes. The first team to have each member complete the course is the winner.
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