Scooby Doo Theme Party Supplies

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Scooby Doo Party Ideas

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Nab a fingerprint image from the computer (go to and select IMAGES directly above the search bar - then type in fingerprint and you'll get a nice selection to choose from.) Copy and paste the image (once you click on it to get the full size) into a WORD document and enlarge it to fit the page. These can be then printed out and hung (you could also cut them out prior to hanging them up.)

Take a grown man's pair of shoes and trace out the soul (each shoe) onto a piece of cardboard. Once you cut these out, you'll have a great stencil for creating numerous footprints to place throughout your location. They can have multiple purposes (aside from just looking great spread throughout) including showing people where to stand in line for food, as part of game you already have planned or even fun paths to follow leading to different locations within your party space.

Borrow a few DVD players and TVs and play a few different episodes of the Scooby Doo TV show (or any number of movies they produce) at different places in your party area (check your local library before you start renting them.) The volume doesn't need to be turned up on them - they make great decoration as the scenes change! These make great prizes for the end of the party, too (assuming they aren't library copies you've used)

Take a room or other private area and make sure that none of the kids have access to it while someone hides several different mystery items (sunglasses, monster masks, binoculars, etc.) Explain to the kids that on your mark you will let them enter the room and they are to collect as many items as they can. The monster maskss worth 1 point each (the easiest to find), the sunglasses are worth 3 points each (a little harder to find) and the binoculars are worth 5 points each (not many of them and very hard to find.) Apply the method to hide a variety of different items in the room. Once all the items have been found, everyone adds up their points and a winner is determined. HINT: Make sure you know ahead of time how many of each kind of item is hidden so that you will know when to end the game.

Print a bunch of copies of the character of your choice from Scooby Doo and hide them throughout the party area. Beforehand, though, write a different number (or character from the story, depending on how many you plan on hiding.) Allow your guests the opportunity to search for them during the party as either a casual activity or structured game. At the end of the party, have a raffle for a prize using either the numbers or the characters that you wrote on the images. In this way, even those who only found one cat will still have a chance to win the prize.

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