Fun Survivor Party Ideas
Survivor party ideas make for a great birthday party...or any kind of party! When considering this theme party idea, you’ll realize that you can easily accommodate a young child’s or adult party with this party theme.
The feature that is common to all survivor parties is the focus on activities, outdoors adventure, and teamwork. It’s important to have enough guests that you can divide into teams. Survivor party ideas should include various missions, tasks, and assignments. With these activities you can make certain that each guest will have an enjoyable time and that all participants will get to know one another. Make sure that all invitations specify the theme of the party and that appropriate dress is required. Camouflage and other casual outdoor clothing are required.
Survivor Party Invitation Ideas
Some ideas for survivor party invitations include:
Using the show logo
Survivor Party Decoration Ideas
When decorating for a survivor party you’ll want to ensure that you have plenty of space in the backyard for both decorations and activities. Some fun party decorations should have an authentic looking environment that will add realism during the games. Since the majority of survivor games take place on a deserted island (do you remember the scenery on Survivor Palau, Marquesas, Pearl Islands or Vanuatu), so it’s best to choose decorations that will recreate that look. However, you can also choose the look of a tropical rainforest, desert, or jungle for your theme. Here are some survivor party decoration ideas.
Artificial palm trees
Jungle animals, cutouts or standees
You can find all kinds of great Party Decoration and Favor ideas at Celebrate Express or The Oriental Trading Company. Both of these party supply companies have great ideas for you to use at your party. You will also find some discount party supplies in the sales section of each website. You can save a lot of money shopping these sale items.
Survivor Party Activity Ideas
1. Color Search
Begin by dividing your survivors into two teams. Each team is given a list of color words. The object is for each team to collect one object of each color. The team to complete all of the colors on the list is the winner.
2. Scavenger Hunt
Fill little plastic eggs with small toys, candy or temporary tattoos. You can also write prizes on small pieces of paper and put them in the eggs. Put a small prize on each piece of paper. One coloring page, one crayon...etc. and at the end of the hunt let each child open his/her eggs and collect the prizes inside. Put the prizes in a goodie bag so each child has one to bring home. Hide little plastic eggs all over your house and/or yard. Let the survivors find as many eggs as they can.
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