Olympics Party Guide

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The party guide helps plan a themed Olympics event with ideas, tips in the food departments, creative crafts, and clever conversation chats, menus, recipes, cookies, cakes and food labels. Free printable games, puzzles, place name cards and coloring pages.


A fun theme party with music, food, party supplies, and games can include an Olympics style theme. Singing, dancing and having a great time with family and friends is what most celebrations are supposed to be like. Therefore, finding the right melodies and tunes for those special events is very important. From rock and country to jazz and blues, getting together with friends and celebrating great times or special events will make your event very popular. Have children participate in Olympic games and award gold, silver, and bronze medals for participants. Create an Olympic style banner, by either drawing it on a large sheet of paper or using colored hula-hoops taped together. Include Olympic songs and themes to create the Olympic experience for the party guests. Use songs and themes from Olympic soundtracks from previous Olympic Games (Beijing, Athens, and Sydney).

Beijing Olympics Soundtrack
Real by Goo Goo Dolls
The Champion in Me by 3 Doors Down
So Glad We Made It by Sheryl Crow
Lift Me Up by Kate Voegele
Warrior (Team USA edition) by Nelly
I Was Here by Lady Antebellum
Incredible (acoustic) by Clique Girlz
Somethin' Special by Colbie Caillat
Champion by Flipsyde
Perfect (acoustic) by Army of Me
To Remember by Josh Kelley
Change by Taylor Swift
Rise by Mere
Dreamer by Chris Brown

Other Olympic music to consider includes the music of the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics such as One Day – Matisyahu (NBC Official Olympic Song) and Unstoppable (Olympic Mix) - Rascal Flatts. Do not forget to include the Olympic theme song Bugler's Dream by Leo Arnaud. Quick tip: Use paperweights to hold balloons down and placing them inside a decorative vase to create a centerpiece. Spark interest in a gathering by sending out unconventional invitations like CDs with the gathering information attached. String plates together to create your own unique banner with letting and then add whatever design works well with any theme.

Creative homemade party supplies such as handmade gold medals, paper streamers and homemade banners will make your Olympics party a hit! All of the little athletes will enjoy the handmade party supplies such as a homemade obstacle course, ball pit and handmade foam pit. These Olympics handmade party supplies along with party goods such as noise makers, mini trampolines, pogo sticks, frisbees and inflatables will provide a great deal of entertainment for your Olympics party.

Most people will find that handmade Olympics party supplies like homemade gym bags, personalized water bottles, hand towels, medals and t-shirts will be very special to an Olympics party. Handmade party supplies such as party streamers, noise makers, homemade piñatas, balloon bouquets and windsocks and will only add to your Olympics party. Olympics party goods such as paper plates, napkins, cups and hats along with and handmade party supplies for your Olympics party such as balloon bouquets, homemade foam mats and personalized banners and handmade trophies will be very popular at your Olympics party.

More often than not, your little Olympian will enjoy making homemade party supplies such as medals, Olympic rings, costume jewelry, and hair bows. Celebrating the Olympics with homemade medals and Olympic rings will compare to actually taking party in the Olympics.


Go for the gold when baking your next Olympic theme birthday party cake! This fast paced celebration is the ideal time for creative desserts and other party foods designed especially for this celebration. These items are always a great addition to a celebration and most often fun like cakes that are designed especially for this celebration will make everyone feel very special. More often than not, these great party foods and desserts will add a lot of fun to the celebrated event. For this, you will need a few baking tools for the cake as well as a few party supplies to provide decoration around the finished cake. Baking supplies include a round cake pan the size you want each ring, a cutting knife and icing.

Bake five cakes to represent the five rings of the USA Olympic symbol. After the cakes have cooled, select a large bowl that leaves about a 5-6 inch boarder when placed in the middle of the cake. Cut out the center of each round cake and place the scrap cake to the side for future use.

Taking the first cake ring, cut out slices 5-6 inch slices where the other ring will connect and slide the next ring in. Keep doing this until all the Olympic rings are connected. Ice the rings according to their color once you have it in the place you need it (keep in mind you will not be able to move it after icing.)

Finally, use the scrap cake to create the letters USA to place at the top or the bottom of the rings. You can also make an Olympic podium for an added touch and ice them accordingly. This touch will add a lot to the celebration.

In the summertime an Olympics themed party can be just the ticket to get your family active and moving rather than sitting in front of the television all day. From making a guest list to preparing the food, having a plan will make the celebration go off without a hitch. Simple hostess tip: Prepare for the entire celebration in advance and avoid adding any extra commitments or stress on the hostess during the preparation period. This simple tip will ensure that the hostess has a stress free and very entertaining time during the actual celebration. You can use the idea of a party to get everyone interested and the Olympics theme to get everyone involved in some fun active sports. You can even set up a buffet table for in between the sports so the family can refresh themselves.

If you plan on inviting extended family and friends to the party go ahead and send out Olympics themed party invitations. You can call the event after your own family’s surname, so it could be called, The Harris Family Olympics. These Olympics are easy to decorate for. Try stringing up bright yellow streamers all over the party area. You can pick up wall hangings and Olympic posters to stick on the walls and hopefully provide inspiration for the family.

Some Olympic activities you can put together are the 100 meter dash, a relay race, wrestling, jump rope, double Dutch, tennis, volleyball, basketball and even more. The list is pretty much endless; as long as you have the room and the equipment you can turn any sport into a family Olympic game. After each game or every three games or so you can have an award ceremony and give out bronze, gold and silver medals to the winners of the matches. Make these medals out of chocolate and wrapped in different colored foils and your family will be chomping merrily away after the games. In order to make it fair you can create a rule that keeps people who’ve already won an award from being able to take part in further games.

Make up goodie bags for everyone to take home after these sports party games are over. Put in stickers, tattoos, pencils and pens.

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Olympics History, Facts and Educational Resources

Add an educational twist to any birthday party, holiday celebration, or theme party.  Share the history of the Olympics theme to the guests.  Play some free printable educational party games.  Shhh don't tell the kids that they are learning!

Wanting to try something new for a party this year, how about something unique-The Olympics are held every four years and is often something that is experienced for most during ones lifetime where children are able to learn about the different countries involved, about the events, and of course about the history of the Olympics in general. Keeping the celebration lively and very entertaining as well as educational is important for guests of all ages. Sensational activities and other worksheets are a great way of bringing fun and entertainment to the event. More often than not, these activities will add a great deal to the overall celebration. What better way to introduce children to the Olympics other than a Lighting of the torch party? This gives the younger generation the opportunity to go through and learn about the different countries, their teams and learn about the different events in the Olympics as well.

The history of the Olympics alone is something that every child should learn about, and go through take one recipe from each country involved and make a side dish or entree and teach the guests of your event about the country as you watch the Olympics together. Have those invited read different facts that you supply on their invitation to pick their favorite event or contestant and in order to get in at the party or event have them dress as that contestant and at the end of the event or night, have a contest to see who portrays their team player the best, and offer them a small door prize, or offer a first, second and third place medal as they would receive if in the Olympics themselves. Or hold small events in the backyard of wherever the venue happens to be. This give everyone a chance to participate as well. String plates together to create your own unique banner with letting and then add whatever design works well with any theme. Having a candy buffet will hit the sweet tooth of most guests, but always include some sugarless varieties. String plates together to create your own unique banner with letting and then add whatever design works well with any theme. The history of Olympics has different interpretations by each person, so use your own judgement. Share these facts with friends at a celebration.
The Party Supplies Hut has more free elementary educational teacher resources for Olympics to use in the classroom for active learning to create lesson plans with trivia questions, games and fun activities.

History of Olympics
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