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Start off the fun at your circus party with a game of dart balloons.
Hang a bunch of colorful balloons and leave some darts out for your guests to have a go at seeing who can pop the most balloons!
Treat your guests to a fun game of fishing hole!
Each player is given a magnetic fishing pole and has a go at catching a fish. When the fish is reeled in check the number to see what prize it corresponds to.
Another classic carnival game is "Ring Toss"!
Set up a couple of rows of bottles in a crate and dare your guests to throw a ring and have it land bang on a bottle to win a prize!
Kids love a try at the duck pond game. It’s similar to the fishing hole game but with ducks.
It’s pretty simple to prep. Just write matching numbers on the back of a bunch of plastic plates.
Glue a rubber duck to each plate with a hot glue gun and place them in a pond with some water and let them float around.
The aim is to catch a duck with a pole and find the matching hidden numbers on the bottom to win a prize!
Another awesome way to entertain your guests is to fill a jar with an ‘x’ number of jelly beans (you must count them first!).
Let everyone have a go at trying to guess exactly how many are in the jar.
Whoever comes closest to the actual number wins the jar!
For more Carnival fun treat your guests to a game of Ping Pong Ball Toss.
Set up several rows of cups or jars and hand out 3 ping pong balls to each player.
Your guest must try to throw a ball into any of them they win a prize!
Everyone loves a go at basketball so how about setting up a game of Slam Dunk at your party?
Have your guests throw as many balls into the basketball hoop as they can to win.
The only rule is that the ball has to bounce once off the floor before getting into the basket.
Set the stage for the best circus party photos ever with some cool props.
Add a ringmaster hat and some fake circus strongman weights and snap away.
The result is going to be a laugh!
Here’s another circus party favorite!
Stack up a tower of cans in a pyramid shape and let your guests’ can have a go at throwing bean bags at them to knock them down.
Don’t forget to draw a “stand behind” line in chalk so people know where to stand.
Make wonderful memories with the help of an awesome handmade photo booth clown cut out
It’s a great way to keep the kids busy and actively participate in prepping for your party.
All you need it to get an old cardboard box so you can have them draw and paint a life-size clown on it.
Cut out where the face is going to appear and you’re all done!
Fill a basket with bean bags for your guests to pick up and use to play bean bag toss.
Points are gained when you throw your bean bag and are able to hit a certain number of points on the sheet.
Fill a container with a bunch of clown noses so your guests can grab one and wear them at your party.
It’s a great way to lighten the mood and add some laughs to your celebration! You can also add some clown hats, wigs, and clown face makeup to make it complete.
The best part of playing a game at a circus party is always the array of cool prizes you get to win with your prize tickets.
Check out this awesome what to show them off!
All you need to do is set up a board filled with pegs and have the prizes clipped on.
This vintage deck of cards is perfect for your circus theme. This is just what you need at your party for a good old game of slapjack!
Each card is designed with an old circus movie posters and advertisements. These cards can make great party favors too!
A game of bingo is always so much fun and the perfect way to keep kids entertained at a circus-themed party!
We found this printable set on Etsy. It includes 30 different colorful bingo and calling cards full of awesome illustrations of your favorite circus animals and activities.
Keeping kids entertained at a party isn’t always easy, but you can rest assured that this awesome circus-themed activity pad will do the job.
Make your own by downloading a bunch of printable circus-themed games such as mazes, coloring in, tic tac toe, etc… and putting them all together to create a little booklet.
Don’t forget to include a pack of coloring pencils too!
There’s nothing better than bashing a pinata to bits and catching all that candy.
Kids love a pinata and it’s a great way to get rid of an extra candy you might have lying around the house.
Treat your guests to an excellent circus-themed pinata, that you can use to decorate your party too!