We love Frozen Fever at our house! My daughter turning five wanted a Frozen Fever Party! It sounded easy enough, and so much fun.
#1 – The Goodie Bags & Activities
Activity #1: One of the activities was making Snowgies from pom-poms. It was really easy and the girls loved it. They each got to make 2, and once they were dried, we put them in their goodie bags.
Activity #2: Bingo. We used candy hearts and I just found a general Frozen Fever Bingo board on Pinterest.
Activity #3: We used blue and yellow beads, and some snowflake beads and created necklaces. All the girls really loved this activity. It was a little time consuming (since they all had their own patterns in mind) but it was so fun to see what they created.
Activity #4: Snow ball toss. I got 5 buckets (like pictured) lined up in a row and yarn snowballs and each bucket was worth various amounts. The girls took turns throwing from the first bucket to the last bucket.
Goodie bags: I included a packet of Sunflower Seeds, a Elsa lollipop, some sparkly gum balls I found at the craft store, a sunflower chocolate, and then the necklace they made, and the snowgies they made.