Hockey Theme Party Supplies

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Hockey Party Ideas

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Visit your local public library and check out different books on hockey. These look great as part of table centerpieces or as general decorations placed throughout your party area. They can either be laying flat or they can also be propped up in a half open fashion (remember to visit both the children's AND adult's section of the library.)

Look up some facts on hockey at your local library and periodically ask your guests them throughout the party, awarding points/peanuts as you go (true or false might be the way to go for younger crowds). They can be about teams specifically or the sport in general such as scoring and rules. Give a prize to the individual with the most points/peanuts at the end of the party.

From your local ice house, purchase two blocks of ice (just large enough to be SAT on without melting anytime soon.) That's right…SAT on. Set up two kiddie pools with a plastic chair in the middle of each. Place one block of ice on each chair. Two guests are then challenged to see who can sit there the longest, while simultaneously drinking ice water. It's best, of course, to have the contestants wearing shorts. Time each guest and then allow the next set of contestants. The winner is the one who can endure it the longest. If you've split your guests into two groups, you could have each group select only a couple of team members to participate.

Organize a relay race using their sticks and NON-hardboiled eggs! As they maneuver through the cones (or whatever obstacles you've created) they have to make sure NOT to break their egg. If they, then the must go back and start over with a fresh egg!

Find all the hockey teams game! Here is another passive game that can last the entire event. Print out several pictures of hockey teams (their jerseys, mascot, etc.) Write a different number on each picture - large and bold enough to see. Hang or prop the pictures around the party area. Some should be in plain view, most others should be hidden a bit out of sight. Give each guest a piece of paper and a pencil/pen. They need to find as many teams as they can and write down the number they find on the picture. You could also write random words or names on each picture instead of numbers… in any case, the name or number on the picture provides "proof" that the guest found the picture. The winner is the first to find all pictures and turn in the list with the correct answers. Or…have a cut off time for the lists. Five minutes after the cutoff, you can have a raffle using the turned in lists. You could also give each guest one ticket for each correct answer and then have a raffle for gifts after all tickets are given out.

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