Aye! The pirate ship is about the sail. Do you struggle to find the most entertaining games for a party that pleases the captain? Don’t worry! We have precisely what you are looking for.
Children may think that playing pirate party games with their friends is enough. It’s not enough to keep them busy while waiting for the treasure. You need to map your route to find the best games and activities for your friends!
Here are some great ideas for organizing the perfect birthday party venues in Tampa for your crewmates:
You will need a plank as your main object. This can be done by setting up a paddling pool for your child with a plank of wood nailed to smaller blocks of wood and piled on top. To make it more fun, fill your child’s pool with water. You can also use a blue blanket or a tarpaulin to create ocean water.
You can make it easier by having your pirate crew use an eye patch or blindfold. You can also put pillows or soft cushions around your plank to childproof it.
A “Peter Pan”-style party game is another fun one you can host.
Remember Captain Hook’s hand being swallowed by a crocodile’s ticking clock? With a bit of imagination, you can use an egg timer to tie it to a stuffed Crocodile. One player will play Captain Hook. This player will find the hidden crocodile within the time limit of two minutes. Ask your pirate crew to hide the ticking crocodile. There are enough rounds to play with everyone playing Captain Hook. If Captain Hook finds it before the time runs out, he wins the prize.
This game requires a large area. Split your guests into two groups and create a simple route at the “ship,” your party venue. Your mates should wear their pirate hats and eye patches and prepare for a fast-paced relay race.
Ask the team to hand you a dagger made from foam or inflatable and have them pass it on to the next runner. The treasure chest is filled with chocolate coins and awarded to the first team to reach the finish line.
Let’s get back to the basics. You will need a stuffed toy parrot and music that you can play randomly. Ask your children to gather in a circle, and then ask them to pass their parrots around as the music plays. The person who holds the parrot must be out of the game if the music stops. You can also pause the music and play it at random times for exciting fun. The game is won by the pirate who doesn’t have the parrot at the end of each round.
Divide the group in two and ask them to stand on each side of a volleyball net or a drawn line on the ground. Each team should be provided with a bucket with black cannons (black balloons with white skulls drawn on the top) and cool flags made of beach towels or large sheets.
The first team will send their cannons out from their flags, and the opposing team will attempt to catch them and volley back. Each side will have a fun, damp experience at the end of the game.
A treasure hunt is a must for pirate party games. You will need to fill a couple of sandboxes or an inflatable pool with sand and then bury treasures such as dummy accessories, toys, and gold coins. Your small team should be divided into two teams. Give them each a treasure box or a tub if the former isn’t available, and let them dig for treasures for a time limit. Once the time runs out, empty your treasure chest and start counting your loots. The game is won by the team that has more treasure!
Bring every buccaneer on board. It’s time to get started on this pirate-themed birthday game! All you have to do is prepare gold coins or chocolate gold coins from the grocery. Give ten gold pieces to each of your visitors and tell them the prohibited pirate term. It can be anything a pirate might say, such as “aye,” “arrrrghhh,” “ahoy,” “blimey,” and other pirate terms. If a person is found saying the banned term, the rule-breaker must donate one of his gold coins to the person who caught him. At the conclusion of the game, whoever has the most gold coins wins.
Ahoy, matey! Wasn’t it exciting? Themed parties are great fun. People arrive in their creative costumes. Consider children and adults sporting bandanas, eye patches, and other accessories. If they’re feeling very daring, they could even include a hook into their entire outfit. You may even decorate the entire area to make it feel more pirate-like. But creative pirate-themed party games are definitely the best way to spice up your event! These pirate party games will be helpful for your upcoming birthday parties.