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6 Paw Patrol Party Games

Parties having themes based on the animated series “Paw Patrol” can prompt immense jubilation amidst kids, provided there are stuffed with exciting games and activities. So, before raking your brain hard in planning about how to best entertain your little ones, leaf through this list of Paw Patrol party games to make your evening enlivening.

Paw Patrol Party Games

Paw Patrol Birthday Party Game Ideas

Skye’s Loop N’ Hoop

Paw Patrol Birthday Party Ideas

Things Needed
  • 5 Hula hoops
  • 1 string
  • 10 paper airplanes
  • 1 stopwatch

Before starting the game, hang the string from the ceiling of your room and dangle the hoops at varied heights so that the children can fly their planes just as “Skye”.

  1. Distribute the paper airplanes among 10 participants.
  2. Each must in turns try to get his paper plane through the hoops within 5 minutes.
  3. They can make only one attempt for each of the hoops.
  4. The kid, capable of getting his airplane pass through the hoop for the highest number, is the winner.

Zuma’s Water Resque

Paw Patrol Birthday Party

Things Needed
  • 1 small tub with water
  • 5 dolls
  • 5 magnets
  • 1 string
  • 1 nail
  • 1 stopwatch

Before the game begins, attach the magnets on to the dolls using glue and place them in the tub such that they remain with their magnet sides up at the bottom. Also, tie the string to the nail.

  1. Allow 10 kids to stand near the tub.
  2. Hand the string to one and ask him to rescue as many dolls as possible by sticking the nail to the magnet within 1 minute.
  3. The same pattern should be followed with the rest, and a gift should be given to the one, who can recover the maximum number of dolls.

Pin the Badge on Marshall

Paw Patrol Birthday Party Theme

Things Needed
  • 1 big printable picture of the animated character, Marshall
  • 1small printout of its badge
  • 1 bandana

Hang the picture of the fire-fighter pup “Marshall” on the wall to play this classic game for small children of 2 to 3 years old.

  1. Make 5 children stand in a line.
  2. Blindfold one and give him the badge.
  3. He has to pin it at the center of Marshall’s hat. After he finishes, the rest have to try too.
  4. The child, whose badge is closest to the center is triumphant.

Paw Patrol Holiday Party Games

Pass the Bone Relay

Paw Patrol Party

Things Needed
  • 2 bowls
  • 10 paper made bones or lollies
  • 1 stopwatch

Divide the bones equally into the 2 bowls prior to the game.

  1. Divide 6 kids into groups of two and let them make 2 small lines. So there are 3 children in each team.
  2. As soon as you say, “go”, 2 players from each group must crawl up to the bowls, pick 1 or 2 bones with their mouths and come back to hand them to their partners.
  3. The next partners should then repeat the same procedure to dispatch his bones to the remaining one.
  4. At the end of 2 minutes, it has to be seen which team has finally collected the maximum number of bones and that particular group is the undisputed winner.

Rubble’s Trouble

Paw Patrol Themed Party

Things Needed
  • 2 bowls
  • 30 cotton balls
  • 2 plastic spoons
  • 1 stopwatch
  • 1 table

At the onset, put the cotton balls inside one of the bowls and keep them on the table. The idea is to help the pup “Rubble” in loading his truck (bowl here) with rocks (cotton here).

  1. Gather as many children as you wish.
  2. Allow 2 to come forward near the table, where the bowls are kept.
  3. They need to put the spoons in their mouths so as to pick the cotton balls and after that drop them inside the empty container.
  4. The child, who can collect the greatest number of cotton balls within the least time, is the declared winner.

Ryder’s Rescue Mission

Paw Patrol Games

Things Needed
  • 10 printed pictures of each of the pups of Paw Patrol series
  • 10 printouts of their respective rides
  • 1 table
  • 10 baskets
  • 1 stopwatch

Put all the images on the table and hide those of the rides in different corners such as behind chairs, boxes or under cushions. The main point is to help the character, “Ryder” find all the rides of the pups.

  1. Gather 10 kids in the room where the game is to be played and show them the pictures.
  2. With your saying “go”, they must start looking for the rides, and on finding one, match them with the pup to which it belongs.
  3. Next, he has to look for other similar ones and store them inside any one of the baskets.
  4. The kid taking the least time to complete the entire activity receives a prize.

To take the fun quotient of your Paw Patrol party to unimaginable heights, you need to be observant about specific other details too. How about having a snack table with bone shaped candies or adorning your party room with swirl decorations? You may even send invitation cards featuring the heroic pups. Watch how your precious one capers in glee!

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