5 Easy Indoor Snowball Party Games

 
Do you have indoor snowballs?  My kids love them, who am I kidding, everyone loves them!  They make a great gift and we whipped up these 5 easy snowball party games for an upcoming family party!  They are kid-approved and so simple, you don’t need to sweat set-up.
 
indoor plush snowballs
 

Snowball-Spoon Relay

You will need-
  • 2 Tupperware containers per relay team
  • 1 large spoon per relay team
  • Set amount of snowballs per team
 
 
Snowball Spoon Relay Directions –
Divide people equally into a set number of team and explain they need to place a snowball on the spoon balancing it without touching it with their hands!
 
Each person will walk/run quickly to the other end to deposit and run back! Then the next person goes until all the snowballs are gone!  The first team to finish wins the relay!
 
Depending on the age of the participants, you can determine whether to make them go back to the start if their snowball falls off the spoon.
 
 

Snowball to the Chin Relay

You Will Need-
  • 2 Tupperware containers per team
  • Set amount of snowballs per team
 
Snowball to the Chin Directions-
Each participant (when its their turn) will place the snowball under their chin and hold in place as they dash to the other end.
 
Then they deposit it in to the bowl without using any hands and run back, continue until the first team deposits all their snowballs!
 

Snowball Bucket Toss

What you will need-
  • Set amount of snowballs
  • 4-6 plastic containers evenly spaced out
  • Starting line (we used a candy cane)
 
Snowball Bucket Toss Directions –
Depending on the age of the participants, you could just have each person take turns trying to get a snowball in each of the containers!

You could also have 2 players race each other to see who can get a snowball in each of their buckets.
 

Cup Tower Knock-Down

What you will need-
  • 10 plastic cups (like these)
  • Set amount of snowballs
  • Starting line
  • Table or bench to set cups on
 
Cup Tower Knock-Down Directions-
Stack up the cups and then allow players to toss snowballs to knock down the tower.
 
For older participants you could set-up two and have it become a relay.  Divide into two teams and each player tosses and knocks down, then runs down to set cups back up, then next player knocks down, runs down to set up and so on.  The first team to get all players to rotate through wins!
 

Snowball Fight!

What you will need-
  • A large amount of snowballs
  • Lay them in the middle along a line (we use a jumprope) dividing the space you are playing in in half
 
Snowball Fight Directions-
Divide into 2 teams (on either side of the jumprope line).  Set a time for a set amount of time (a minute or two).  Work to get as many of the snowballs to the other teams side before the time runs out.  The team with the least amount of snowballs on their side wins.
 
 
We divide teams – parents vs. kids, boys vs. girls, etc.  We also have lots of fun just having crazy snowball fights!  Even if you don’t have a white Christmas this year, I assure you these will elicit cheers from even the most disappointed children!
 

Snow Much Fun…

Do you have any fun party games to play with plush snowballs?  The options are endless and the prep can be so simple and still garner a great response.  If you don’t have plush snowballs, find the snowballs here.

 
Until next time keep on keeping on with a simple purposeful life!

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