Winnie the Pooh games are the perfect compliment to your Pooh theme party located at Hundred Acre Wood. Imagine your little one celebrating their “beary” special day with their friends, while enjoying games and activities featuring Pooh, Tigger, Piglet or Roo.
HUNNY POT GUESSING GAME
Fill a clear plastic container with Teddy Grahams and decorate it with Winnie the Pooh stickers. As guests arrive, have them examine your Hunny pot, Como and write down on a slip of paper how many Teddy Grahams are in the container. Whoever guesses the closest to the actual number wins, and takes home the Hunny Pot.
PIN THE TAIL ON EEYORE
Hang a poster of Eeyore on the wall. Make enough gray tails as there are guests out of felt or construction paper. Place double-stick tape at the top of each tail. Children may either close their eyes or wear a blindfold, spin them around, and have them try to stick their tail on Eeyore where it belongs. Whoever places their tail the closest to the right location wins!
Winnie the Pooh games that involve music are always a hit with children. Have your guests sit in a circle and pass a Piglet stuffed animal around as the music plays. When the music stops, whoever is holding Piglet is out and wins a treat. Game continues until everyone is out and has won a treat.
Write down on slips of paper the names of various animals, like gorilla, cat, dog, etc. and place them in a bowl. This game is played like musical chairs except the child who doesn’t get to a chair in time, must draw a slip from the bowl and act out the animal through sound and movement, until the other kids guess which animal they are portraying. Play Winnie the Pooh music for this game.
WINNIE THE POOH PARADE
Winnie the Pooh games that allow kids the opportunity to “make music” are always a hit at parties. Give each child a musical instrument, like cymbals, tambourine, bells, chimes, shakers, cowbells, maracas, or rhythm sticks. Have them line up and march while playing their instruments. Periodically have them exchange instruments with one another so they each have an opportunity to play a new instrument.
Decorate cardboard boxes that are large enough for the kids to sit in by painting the boxes red, blue, yellow, and green. Glue various pictures of Pooh, Tigger, Piglet, etc. onto the boxes. Place a pillow in each box for comfort. Line the kids up on the starting line and have the parents push them to finish line.