Army Party Game Idea - Search & Destroy
(Adelaide, South Australia, Australia)
Find Me If You Can!
This game is a free for all type. First, hide balloons anywhere that is hidden or hard to find. Then, tell the children to find them. When they find one, they must pop it. If a child pops a balloon, they win a prize. Continue this game until all balloons are gone.
What a fun game for army birthday parties! I especially like it because it gives all the kids a chance to win prizes instead of just having one winner.
If you’re looking for some more fun army party games, this cool game gave me a few more ideas that you may want to try. One fun game idea is to play Army Hide and Seek. This is especially fun if you have the kids dressed in camouflage outfits for the party. Divide up the guests into 3-4 teams, or squads. Have three of the four squads go hide, leaving the other squad to find the ones hiding. The seeking squad doesn’t win until they find all the members of a single squad – they have to find each member in that squad. The squad that is found first will then become the seeking squad.
For older kids, age 10-14, Armed Forces trivia may be one of the great army party games to add to the party. Come up with a bunch of fun trivia questions that kids this age should be able to guess. Good idea for questions can include questions about weapons used, famous wars and more. Just make sure that your questions are not too difficult for kids of this age group, or the game will quickly become boring to them.
With these ideas, you’ll be able to add even more fun to army birthday parties. Try out one of these cool ideas or take time to add some ideas of your own for others to try.