Behold boxes and pigs. We modified a water balloon launcher to fit playground balls, a.k.a. the angry birds.
Sorry for the awkward crop. Almost all of my party photos have other people's children in them, so no go for the blog-o. You'll have to trust me that this super cute kid has gorgeous eyes, because he does.
I bought the long, thin boxes at the Container Store.
We had a golden egg hunt. Think Easter egg hunt. I bought a pack of gift bags at Target and added tags with pictures of Angry Birds. The children used these bags to hold their eggs during the hunt.
If you look to the right of the gift bags, you'll also see a pile of small rubber balls. I bought balls for each child at the dollar store. We started the party by building small versions of the Angry Birds game indoors. We had stations of things the children could use to build towers - wooden building blocks, Jenga, Lincoln Logs, Solo cups, you name it. Then we had a variety of small balls - Nerf balls, small rubber bouncy balls, etc. that the kids could roll - ROLL - at their towers. No, I did not allow 12 kids to throw balls in my house. Though of course a few had to try it anyway.
Amazon and had them filled at my local grocery store.
printables from Sherry K Designs HERE.
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