a young Navy training academy for all those that wish to be
in the Navy. Different aspects could include physical strength
and agility (set up an obstacle course), an eye test (play
any number of observation games) and following orders (a game
of Simon Says.) If it's Summertime (or you have access to
an indoor pool) it would be great to hold activities in the
your local library for books on the Navy and jet fighters.
These make great centerpieces for your table!
of the different oceans of the world look great hanging on
walls as decorations!
battleships of all kinds (throughout history, too) from the
ceiling. If you can get your hands on different models, it
could show a true tribute to the history of sailing.
you plan on having game and activities, provide medals or
badges to the cadets for completing certain activities or
winning certain games.
your local Naval recruitment center for literature/pictures
you might be able to use (once cut out) for invitations, Thank
You cards, etc.
anyone in the Navy? Have them come and speak your party guests
on any number of relevant topics pertaining to his/her service
in the Navy!
navy has their own theme song and its a great song to
play at the entrance to your party. Its very uplifting
and great for putting your guests in the right frame of mind
with the naval theme. You dont have to play the song
throughout the whole party, at the entrance should do the
several different online resources you can find all kinds
of posters (see below for some samples.) These are great for
hanging about all throughout your party space. These also
make for great party prizes for games that you might have
planned. When someone wins a game, simply ask them which of
the posters theyd like to take home. Put a post-it on
that poster with their name on it. Before each guest leaves,
make sure that they dont leave without any poster(s)
they might have won during the party.
your local Navy recruitment office for literature et. al.
that you might be able to use as part of your table centerpiece
you are planning several games and activities, consider giving
everyone the lowest ranking for the Navy at the beginning
of the party. Each time they do well at a game or participate
in an activity, they advance in their rankings. At the end,
award a prize to the guest(s) who have the highest ranking
are all kinds of rankings in the military, including the Navy.
However, very few civilians actually the order of the rankings
(Captain, etc.) Create your own party game sheet listing all
of the Naval rankings in random order. Assign the task of
your guests to see who can correctly put them in order. The
one who is most successful wins a prize. In the event of a
tie (or several people know all of the rankings) consider
drawing one list in a raffle style to determine a single winner.
a few rounds of Sink the Ships. Although this may sound like
a game for children, adults will LOVE this game, as well.
Begin by visiting your local toy store for some small plastic
boats - the cheaper made the better
going to sink! To play, fill a small plastic kid pool with
water and let the boats float freely in the water. Arm the
participants with marbles and see who can knock over one of
the ships by hitting them with the marbles!