A Peppa Pig themed party makes for a very happy little scene. It’s a dream come true for most children aged 4 and under. Here are the games I am doing at a Peppa party in a couple of weeks. Enjoy!
(At the bottom of the page, I have pulled together the best of Amazon’s products for a Peppa Pig Party, in a little shop within a shop.)
Pin (or stick) the curly tail on Peppa and George
You need a poster of Peppa and George like the one I found here. Stick it to a big piece of thick card. Use sticky tape patches rather than pins to avoid any accidents. Have lots of cut-outs of little piggy tails (using pink paper, cut a spiral shape) with bits of sticky tape on the back. Give each child a tail with their name on, and have to stick their tail on the poster blindfolded. The closest to where the tail should be wins a little piggy prize!
Pass the Piggy Parcel
10 layers of piggy fun! Have a look at my guide for doing a cracking Pass the Parcel here. Use Peppa paper to wrap each layer, and use either Peppa Pig Stickers in each layer, or little chocolate buttons which could be mini muddy puddles that taste like chocolate – or head to M and S and get some packs of Percy Pigs.
Use a big sheet or a play parachute if you have one and before the party prepare 10-15 pink balloons, drawing a pair of eyes, a piggy nose, a couple of pointy piggy ears and a squiggly tail on each one with a permanent marker pen.
Have all the children stand and hold onto the edge of the sheet. Nominate a child to sit in the middle of it and put all the piggy balloons in with them Everyone around the edge has to shake the sheet or parachute so the piggy balloons bounce around inside it. The child in the middle has to try and catch and hold onto as many of the balloons as they can while you count down from 5. The next person has to try and catch more balloons than the last. If you have lots of kids, put them in the middle in pairs so they can work together to catch the balloons.
Welly wanging – (indoor or outdoor)
Get all the children to bring their wellies, or you can buy them second hand on ebay and have a welly wanging extravaganza! Line up a few boxes or buckets, then set another line for the children to have to stand behind a couple of metres away from the buckets. The children have to toss the wellies (wang them) and get them in the boxes or buckets. Every time they get one in they get a Peppa sticker and a big cheer!
Daddy Pig says
Simon says but Daddy Pig style. “Daddy Pig says… Touch your toes, jump in the air, hop, wiggle your fingers, stick out your tongue, stamp in the puddles, reach to the stars, cluck like a chicken, high five the person next to you” etc… The kids should only do the instruction when it’s preceded by “Daddy Pig says”. If you don’t say this they should remain still. Anyone that does move when they shouldn’t has to sit down on their bottoms.
Peppa Pig Treasure Hunt
Print out these pictures of Peppa, George, Mummy Pig, Daddy Pig, Suzy Sheep and Grandpa and Grandma Pig. Cut them out into the individual cards (if you have a laminator it will keep them in better condition) and hide them all over the party area. Cut out a big blob shape from a brown cardboard box which is your muddy puddle base and put this in the middle of the space. The children have to search and find the Piggy cards and return them to the puddle.
Peppa Party Bags, Party Tea and Cake
Have a Peppa-tastic time and post any other thoughts or ideas you have right here!
Have a look in the Amazon store below for recommended Peppa Pig party decorations, party bag fillers and tableware.