Superbowl Party Guide

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The party guide helps plan a themed Superbowl 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.

The Superbowl is a yearly ritual that is equal parts lively celebration and grand sporting spectacle; one that just wouldn’t be the same without some rollicking, theme-relevant party songs.

The musical playlist for a Superbowl party should both rouse spirits and remind partygoers of their favorite Superbowl teams and games. Some mention specific teams; others are straight up dance tunes. All are likely to score a touchdown with enthused partygoers.

Let’s Get It Started by the Black Eyed Peas
The Super Bowl Shuffle by the Chicago Bears
We Are the Champions (We Will Rock You) by Queen
Browns to the Super Bowl by Nathan Holsey
Lord Help Our Colts by Duke Tomato
Here We Go Steelers by The Pittsburgh Steelers
Here Come the Saints by Chief Howard Miller
Start Me Up by The Rolling Stones
And of course, no Superbowl party would be complete without a winning line of party supplies. These could include ‘bowls’ of a different variety, namely, football-shaped bowls, made of plastic or porcelain, that can hold chips, candies, cookies, cheeses, and other party snacks; drinking mugs emblazoned with the names and logos of top Super Bowl teams; paper mache footballs and goal posts that could hang from the ceiling; and anything else that will make guests feel like they’re key players in the ‘big game’—or, at the least, at a very fun party. Inspirational thought: Make sure the camera has batteries that are charged and extras on hand for backup. Simple and well prepared food is often much better received at a gathering than complicated dished that don't quite hit the mark. The right favors given to the guests will allow them to remember that day many years from now.

Throwing a Super Bowl party is very exciting when it consists of homemade party supplies. Include handmade party supplies to let people know that this is a Super Bowl that cannot be missed. Use various homemade party supplies such as football field table cloth, football themed centerpieces, banner, stadium sign, football piñata (for the kids), and print outs of various Super Bowl legends. While many people at the party will focus their attentions on the game, food and drinks, do not let this be a reason not to put forth effort into the Super Bowl homemade party supplies. Use a wide range of football related items such as footballs, helmets, jerseys, and pennants to create a showcase centerpiece guests can appreciate. Compare already made centerpieces for ideas.

The Super Bowl has become larger than life so ensure to make the homemade party supplies big and bold. Take the team colors and paint the team logos on a large sheet of paper. Rint out section of the team logos and trace than on to the large paper. The team logos do not have to be extremely accurate just close enough. Since a large sheet of paper will be used, use paint rather than markers or crayons to cover a large amount of space faster.

It all comes down to one day, make that day special with a Superbowl theme cake for the fans to enjoy at their one last big hooray, before the season ends. Football fans will appreciate the chance to have a cake in honor of their favorite sport and past time on Sunday’s during the fall and winter season. Alright with that in mind it is time to start planning the design of the cake and the party supplies that will be needed to make it all happen. First on the list is going to be chocolate cake mixes, eggs, oil and needed ingredients to make the basic cake. Second task is to find a football shaped pan to be able to bake the cake in, optionally a stadium pan or bundt will work as well. Cover the cake in grass green frosting, while running white frosting strips across the cake, as this will appear to be either the threading found on a football or the ten yard marks used in the stadium. Top off the cake with miniature football candies to bring attention to the cake, plus some chocolate sprinkles for the extra touch.

No matter where you’re from, no matter what colors get you on the edge of the seat, the Superbowlis the ultimate sporting event, and the ultimate game would not be complete without the ultimate party. Only one team leaves with the victory and a Superbowl ring telling the world they are the greatest football team in the world, but no matter who you are, you can take part in Superbowl fun!

Literally millions of people around the world attend Superbowl parties. An interesting fact is the second biggest snack day of the year is Superbowl Sunday, second only to New Years.

Those lucky enough to take part in tailgate parties at the Superbowl are envied by football lovers all over the world. But, smoking grills, painted fans, and foamy fingers aside, watching in the comfort of your own home can be a great Superbowl celebration as well. Well-padded sofas and recliners, a big screen, lots of beverages of choice, snacks, and the usual Superbowl fare, when combined with your select group of family and friends, can actually outshine the “real thing” in so many ways!

One good thing to note is that if you are a “Superbowl widow” you can always plan ahead, prepare everything your group needs to make Superbowl in front of the flat screen a success, and treat yourself to a day of your own. Crock pots full of miniature smoked sausages and a little barbeque sauce, beverages in ice chests around the room, pretzels, and an easy buffet of chips and sandwiches prepared ahead of time, can free time for you to enjoy yourself.

Whether you want to watch with everyone else, treat yourself to a day of pampering, go shopping, or take in a movie with friends, Superbowl Sunday can be fun for everyone, but according to statistics for Mother’s Against Drunk Driving, there are more alcohol related traffic fatalities on Superbowl Sunday than any other holiday, so be safe!

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Superbowl History, Facts and Educational Resources

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

On January 15, 1967, the history of the Superbowl began. A merger agreement took place between the National and American Football Leagues, and the first World Championship game was played. It took place in Los Angeles, California.

The two teams in the leagues agreed to playing in these AFL-NFL championship games until the merger began in 1970. After that it was understood that the two leagues would be re-designated, and the two conference champions would play.

The first Superbowl game was played in 1967, and it was named Superbowl I. After that, each game was counted and labeled with a Roman Numeral. For example, The 45th Superbowl will be played in 2011, and it will be called Superbowl XLV. It will determined the 2010 champion season.

Many look forward to the Superbowl games, and now it is considered a national holiday, called Superbowl Sunday, in America. As far as America’s food consumption numbers go, this date ranks only second to Thanksgiving.

It is one of the most watched television broadcasts in the country. In February 2011, the New Orleans Saints vs. the Indianapolis Colts was named the most watched game in TV programming history, and it is enjoyed all over the world. In fact, because of the number of people watching during the game, advertisers pay a very handsome premium for their commercials to be seen at this time. At times the commercials are considered an event in themselves, since the advertising is spared no expense, and the subject matter in these commercials is usually unique and very creative.

Half-time is an event in itself, as well. The half-time shows feature popular entertainment that the entire family can enjoy. Some watchers who are not even into sports watch just for the half-time shows. Most games have been played in mid-January, but as the years go by the games are moved. Today, the Superbowl is played on the first Sunday in February. Get creative by using poster board and LED lights to make your own light up banner or message. If your special occasion for the kids includes face painting be sure to check with their parent first. Get creative by using poster board and LED lights to make your own light up banner or message. The history of Superbowl 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 Superbowl to use in the classroom for active learning to create lesson plans with trivia questions, games and fun activities.

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