A Greek mythology birthday party is a very unique and cool party to give your child. The guests at your kid’s party will remember this party forever! A Greek mythology birthday party is perfect for any girl or boy. Either one will love to be the god or goddess at their own party.
Greek Mythology Birthday Party – Invitations
When sending out a Greek mythology birthday party invitation, use parchment paper or you can soak plain paper in grape juice to make it appear discolored. Use wording that clearly indicates this is a Greek mythology birthday party. Ask them to dress as their favorite Greek god or goddess. Make sure to include pertinent details about the party and roll up the invitations into scrolls. You can hand deliver them or put them in tubes.
Greek Mythology Birthday Party – Decorations
Transform your home or yard into a Greek temple. You can rent or make columns and wrap them up in silk ivy and grapevines. Gold, burgundy, and white are common colors found in the Greek temples. Hang fabric with these colors on the balls.
Hang balloons in gold and white from the ceiling. Print out pictures of Greek gods and goddesses and hang all over the room. Have information about each one so that they can learn about them. They will get a kick out of learning a piece of interesting information about the god or goddess they are dressed as.
Greek Mythology Birthday Party – Food
Keep it simple. Serve up Caesar salads, grapes, and macaroni and cheese. For drinks, serve grape juice and water. Make a cake or cupcakes decorated to match the theme of the party. A great cake is of Pegasus, which is the winged horse that flies. Most kids are familiar with Pegasus.
Greek Mythology Birthday Party – Activities
- Make shields or crowns from cardboard and other craft materials.
- Take pictures in a special area set up in the “temple.”
- Have an obstacle course. Provide training for the gods and goddesses by making an obstacle course where they can jump over things, crawl underneath things, run around cones, etc. After their training, they can fight off an enemy made from plastic or poster board that you have created.
- Play Medusa tag. Glue some rubber snakes onto a hat. The person wearing the hat has to chase after the kids and tag someone. The person who is tagged is the next Medusa. Keep playing until all kids have had a chance to be Medusa.
- Test the gods and goddesses strength. Have a Titans Tug-of-War. Divide kids into two teams. They can play one on one or have everyone play but alternate who is at the beginning of the line after each win.
- Play Clash of the Titans. Kids should be divided into two teams. Each team has one color of water balloons. Have a Clash of the Titans water balloon fight.
- Have a treasure hunt. Hide treasures throughout the house and have them find their treasures.
- Play Greek mythology trivia. Divide kids into teams. Keep it simple, but you may be surprised at how much these kids know about Greek mythology. Throw in a few harder ones for those that are really into their Greek mythology.
Hosting a Greek mythology birthday party will be a lot of fun for you and the guests.
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