Pioneer Party Ideas
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As a lover of Little House books by Laura Ingalls Wilder, a pioneer
party celebrating these adventurers would have been a dream come true
for me for a birthday party when I was growing up! I did, actually, have
a Holly Hobbie party, which gives you a hint to my age :-)!
if you are interested in having a party that has a pioneer theme, it
might be fun to follow some of the things that took place in Little
Pioneer Party Games and Ideas
Make some crafts that kids on the prairie long ago would have enjoyed - such as rag dolls or corn cob/corn husk dollsMake butter, by shaking whipping cream in a jarBuild log cabins out of Lincoln LogsMake a simple apronLearn to cross-stitchTry to milk a cow. Attach a latex glove (filled with water) to a poster board drawing of a cow. Put a tiny pin prick in each finger of the glove, then let everyone take a turn "milking" the cowMake a covered wagon craftSing some old fashioned, great American folk songsSpeaking of music...teach the kids to square dance!Have a petting zoo come to give donkey rides or pony rides, or have goats to pet and chickens to feed
If you are wanting to hit a piñata at your children's birthday party,
you could make a piñata to look like a log cabin. It would be really simple to
do, using a decorated square box as the piñata. Learn how to make a piñata – it
A cake could be a beautiful Prairie scene, or perhaps a log cabin. You can make a log cabin out of pretzel sticks! Still need activities? Browse our giant list of kids party games to add to your party!
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