Paw Patrol Birthday Party Activities and Treat Bags
For my daughter’s Paw Patrol birthday party, I gave myself a $125 budget. I spent $89.00 on the Paw Patrol Decorations and Food, so I only had $36.00 to work with for the activities and goodie bags.
Paw Patrol Birthday Party Activities
This party was mainly for kids under 5. We had 7 kids (five under five), so most of the activities were centered around whether or not they could easily participate in them or not.
The highlight of the party was probably the ball pit, balloons, and instrument mat.
The children played in the ball pit with extra ball pit balls I purchased specifically for this party.
This entertained the kids for the longest amount of time. They were jumping in the pit, throwing balls at one another, putting the balls through the slots in the side of the pit, and having fun with it.
On a similar note, there were a lot of extra balloons left over because I purchased 2 balloon arch packs to make one larger arch.
They threw and kicked balloons and ball pit balls around.
The kids enjoyed sitting on the Sit N’ Spin and they took turns playing with that.
They also spent time playing with the Paw Patrol music mat.
I bought this for an unbelievable $5.75 on Amazon used like new.
The musical mat makes all sorts of noises depending on which instrument you select. It even plays the Paw Patrol theme song.
The kids also played with the Melissa and Doug Paw Patrol mat that we have.
They stacked blocks on the Paw Patrol Melissa and Doug truck that was also used as the centerpiece of the Kids’ Paw Patrol tablescape.
This kept them occupied for a while and encouraged creative play.
The kids colored the Paw Patrol cut-outs that we had at each of their places at the table.
They colored the stand-up Paw patrol characters using markers and really liked this activity.
Then we ate and Amelia blew out the candles on her Sky Cotton Candy Explosion Cake and opened presents.
Paw Patrol Party Goodie Bag
The goodie bags were so simple to put together. We just used items we had on hand to fill them as well as the stand-up cardboard character that each child colored. My grandpa had a bunch of unopened boxes of theater-sized candy. He got them from all of his Bingo-winnings and because he didn’t want to eat them, he gave each child one in the goodie bag.
1 theater-size box of candy (free from grandpa)
They got to take home one or two characters they had colored from this set: Coloring Paw patrol cut-outs Montco Crafts Paw Patrol Coloring Kit Pop-Outz and Activity Play Set with Markers, Stickers and More! (had)
Supply List for Paw Patrol Activities and Treat Bags
Ball pit (had)
Extra balls for ball pit $21.00
Paw Patrol party bags $3.00
By using what we had on hand, buying used and like New on Amazon, and planning inexpensive activities, we were able to fit the activities and goodie bags into the $36.00 budget.
Note that Amelia is one of four kids and we have liked Paw Patrol for a while so we have quite a few Paw-Patrol-Themed toys and items. If you don’t, this type of party will obviously cost you more.
I hope this gives you some ideas for what you can do for Paw Patrol Birthday Party Activities and Treat Bags.
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