If your child is anything like my child, they LOVE Sesame Street! Here are some fun Sesame Street party ideas that they are sure to enjoy! Scroll down for Sesame Street party invitation ideas, decorating, menu ideas, activities, and party favors.
- Use cardstock, Sesame Street stickers, die cuts of letters and numbers, markers, and your imagination to create your own handmade Sesame Street invitations... tip: try glueing on google eyes over top of the eyes on the Sesame Street character stickers for a really cute effect.
- You could also add: "Andrew's birthday was brought to you by the letter "A", and the number "3" (age of guest of honor)"
- You can also find some GREAT Sesame Street free printables HERE.
- Primary colors (red, blue, yellow, green, and purple) in streamers, balloons, and tablecovers...
- Decorate with lots and lots of letters and numbers, use foam letters & numbers (normally used for the bathtub), magnetic letters and numbers, window cling letters and numbers and cardboard letters and numbers (most of these items are available at a teacher's supply store, or Toys R Us. Scatter on tables, cling on windows, etc...
- Use colored posterboard and draw characters to adorn walls... blue for Cookie Monster, orange for Zoe, red for Elmo, etc...
- Round up all of the Sesame Street stuffed animals and toys that you can find and display throughout the party area...
Many Sesame Street cake, cookie, and candy decorating supplies are available at The Party Works.
- Elmo's "I See Red" game (from Sesame Workshop!)
- You will need: assorted red objects, such as, apples, red socks, toy fire engine or red trucks, a red wagon, red ballcap, etc...
- Before the party, hide the red objects of different sizes in obvious and not-so-obvious places.
- At the party, tell your guests that Elmo needs help finding the red items in the room. Tell them how many red objects they will need to find. Have each child take a turn being Elmo by putting on a red shirt, robe, etc. and saying "Elmo sees red!" and pointing out the item. Continue this until every child has found a red item.
- Have children color and play games with printables from Sesame Street.
- Sesame Street figurines, Sesame Street coloring books and crayons, Elmo fruit snacks, Ernie's rubber ducky, "B" is for bubbles...