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    Default Superhero party/activities ideas.

    I've see lot online but they area bit too much for a large party with 4 year Olds.
    Ideas so far...an obstacle course, getting large boxes from Harvey Norman to paint, tunnels etc.
    I have access to helium balloons for free and trying to think of good way to use these? Thought to use green and black . draw villain faces tie them down and kids can hut/ punch the badies?
    Trying to make use of my 14 year old brother as a villain but not sure how to use him?
    It'll be in a large function room as too hot at this time of year....it's his first real party so want to make it special.
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    Love planning party games
    I personally am not a fan at the hitting baddies idea tbh.
    What about modifying games. Like and egg and spoon race where the egg might be a special orb that they have to keep safe. Or duck duck goose played with using the words batman batman robin instead. Lolly hunt where they have to put on a super hero mask and rescue the lollies before your evil 14 year old finds them. Pin the mask on the superhero. At 4 I would just keep it to a minimum. My son had an angry bird party and they spent most of the time playing with the cardboard box wall I built for the birds!

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    Treasure hunt or scavenger hunt ( was a hit at my DS 3rd birthday party) you could put a clue or a prize in some of the balloons and they have to pop the balloons to find it ?

    We had a Cars party and my sister made the cars characters out of cardboard boxes we bought from office works - you could make the bat mobile etc? We had the kids do the obstacle course in the cars boxes


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