Tea Party Activities for Kids
Tea Party Activities for Kids
Tea Party Activities for Kids: Are you hosting a children’s tea party? With the help of these fantastic tea party games, add some additional fun!
I’m a Little Teapot Freeze Dance
- With a slight variation, this game is played similarly to the classic party game Freeze Dance. Play the song from “I’m a Little Teapot” instead of some random music.
- Kids will perform the teapot dance that goes with the song while it plays. Stop the music at random intervals throughout the song.
- Players are required to cease executing whatever teapot motion they are doing when the music ends.
- The game is over for everyone who doesn’t freeze or breaks position. Up until there is just one player left in the game, the music and game play continue.
Let the sweet pot alone
- Put candy in a teapot to play this game. Make the players sit in a circle on the ground. Pass the pot around as you play some music.
- The player holding it is out whenever the music stops, although she is allowed to grab a treat from the pot before exiting the circle.
- Continue to play until each person has earned a treat.
Animated Tea Cups
- This game is comparable to the classic musical chairs game. However, players will circle a table with teacups instead of a row of chairs (one less than you have players).
- Players must pretend to sip tea when the music stops by reaching for a teacup.
- The loser of the game must leave without receiving a teacup.
- As players are eliminated, keep taking out the teacups (one for each player). Play continues until there is just one person remaining with a cup in hand.
Tea Bag Treasure Hunt
- Start with a variety of tea bags from various brands or flavor categories. Alternately, use regular tea bags but label the bags with alternative flavors or names.
- Two sets of tea bags should be made (each set should contain the same amount of tea bags, with a variety of flavors).
- Make a list of each set’s flavors individually. Around the party area, hide the tea bags. Teams of players are formed. Give a list to each team.
- The scavenger hunt is won by the first team to bring back each of the mentioned tea bags. You may give them a prize or have the losing team prepare the winning team tea.
Unknown tea test
- Make several batches of tea in various flavors to play this game.
- See who can identify the tea’s flavors by serving it to participants while they are blindfolded.
- Earn points for each accurate guess, or remove players who make bad guesses and continue playing until only one player is left.
Tea Party Relay
- Teams of players are formed. Give a teapot, a teacup, and a saucer to each team. Put them in a starting line-like formation.
- Place two teapots with cold water inside them a few paces from the starting line.
- The teams compete in a relay-style race while balancing their cups on saucers to fill the cups from the full pot, carry the cup and saucer back to their teams, and then fill the empty pot with water.
- You gauge which pot is the most filled after each participant has completed their leg of the relay. The game is won by that team.
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