the guests into two teams and give them each a stack of candy
bars (only one of each.) Have them each come up with a story
that uses the names of every candy bar in their bunch. For
example, a story might go something like this "One day,
Baby Ruth tripped and made Mr. Goodbar Snicker." Afterwards
, have a spokesman from each team read their story to the
a more elaborate activity (but one that could take keep the
kids occupied for a longer period of time PLUS providing an
EXCELLENT take home gift) make a small 9", single layer
cake for each guest. Depending on the age of the guest, you
may want to front it first. Provide all different types of
candies for the guests to decorate their own cake. They can
make pictures, abstract designs or anything that their imaginations
come up with.
a GREAT cake, purchase a gameboard (Candyland can be purchased
from your local Wal-Mart for under $10) Make a simple frosted
cake, but place it ON the game board! Use the Candyland pieces
and cards to decorate the top of the cake!
your local craft shop (Michael's, Joann's, Hobby Lobby) and
get a couple of chocolate candy molds along with a few different
colors of chocolate. Your guests will have a great time making
their own candies - and you not have great parting gifts for
your guests to take home with them!
the party guests come up with their own wonderful magic creations.
Have them draw a picture of it and explain to everyone what