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Theme Parties - Carnival Party - Circus Party Ideas

Party Resource Guide
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Party Under the Big Top Circus Party Ideas

Step into the Big Top, come everyone;  for cotton candy, candy apples, and corn dogs. See animals, acrobats, clowns and lots of circus fun! 

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Oh the excitement of a circus with a big top tent, animals doing tricks and of course the clowns! This party planning guide is filled with fun activities, decorating tips, and recipes to create a fun Circus or Clown party. Start by bringing that excitement to your party with a fun clown and circus party theme. Add all of the accessories you need to make yours the best party under the big top.

The key to pulling off a coordinated event: Evoke your theme throughout the affair, it should be the subtle thread that ties everything together. Your location, invitations, flowers, menu, cake, and favors should all cleverly reflect one common concept. Then, get as creative as you can!

Remember that the tops of your tables create a very large surface area and using a themed tablecloth is the fastest and most economical way to change the look and feel of your room. Add Circus plates, napkins, cups, cutlery and centerpieces. Serve snacks & popcorn in plastic popcorn boxes and don't forget to rent a popcorn machine. An ice cream bar is also a great addition to a Circus party.

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Big Top Decorating & Party Tips:

Be the master of ceremonies at your circus in an inexpensive black top hat and a tuxedo vest.

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  • Use a camping canopy for a "Big Top".

  • Circus posters

  • Swag crepe streamers from the center of the room to the outside walls to form a "Big Top".

  • Decorate cake with plastic circus animals, animal crackers & etc.

  • Striped straws with small pennant flags can be used in various ways.

  • Clown doll holding a balloon bouquet makes a fun centerpiece.

  • Use lots of Balloons in decorating. Balloons are an economical ways to bring a festive touch to any party. Our balloon decorating tips offer some fun ways to decorate with balloons and how-to instructions.

  • Create a tent-like appearance in any room by gathering gossamer at a central point in the ceiling and draping it to the walls. Gossamer is available in a variety of widths & lengths.

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Carnival Party Ideas & Supplies

Slogans:

After deciding on a circus theme for your party, choose a slogan to use in your invitations, and to use in tying in decorations and personalized favors to your circus theme.  Find the perfect slogan for your party by trying one of the following, or by thinking of one that suits your precious child

  • “We’ll be Clownin’ Around at Cara’s 4th Birthday Party!”

  • ”Admit One to the Greatest Party on Earth…McKenzie’s Birthday Bash!”

  • “Party Under the Big Top”

  • “Blake’s Big Top Party!”

Invitations:

Let your young guests know that they’ll be missing the “Greatest Show on Earth” if they don’t make it to the party:

Invitations can be tickets cut from construction paper . Write on each invitation with colored markers: Admit One to Mary Jones (your child's name) Circus, Saturday, May 8 at 3 p.m. & the address Or print computer generated invitations with clown faces, a big top or a slogan like "Greatest Show on Earth". Send a Clown Nose  along with the party invitation: "Come join the greatest show on earth at my birthday party…become a lion tamer, strong man, clown, juggler or trapeze artist."

Games & Activities:

Don’t wait for the Ringling Brothers™ to come to town.  You can organize the “Greatest Birthday on Earth” with the help of some willing friends and family members and a few fun games and activities.

  • Hire a clown or balloon twister.

  • Rent an inflatable bouncer.

  • Hire a face painter.

  • Make clown faces on paper plates.

  • Make clown hats.

  • Have a peanut hunt.

  • Musical chairs to circus music.

  • Walk the tight rope (tape a straight line on the floor).

  • Pin the nose on the clown or pin the trunk on the elephant.

  • Have a Circus Parade with inflatable instruments, accompanied by circus music.

If the grown ups don’t want to dress in full clown regalia, try a  CLOWN AFRO Wig and CLOWN NOSE  for each one!   Or how about a Jumbo Clown Bowtie, Crazy Foam Glasses or Jumbo Sunglasses .

Let little guests wander from booth to booth participating in whichever games or activities they choose, and then bring the whole gang together for cake and ice cream, picture taking, and a few group activities. 

Ask each child attending to come dressed as their favorite circus performer. If you really want to have fun have each child come with a circus act that they will perform or have a group of kids dress up as lions and another as the lion tamer and do a pretend Big Cat Act - lions jumping through a ring (hula hoop). 

  • Give the Lion tamer a BLACK  TOP HAT  and a whip made from a long paper roll (rolls from gift wrap work well) with long crepe streamer stripes. 

  • Other Circus Acts might include a strongmen; flying trapeze; juggling; balancing.

  • Have children pretend to be prancing horses (high stepping around the ring); bareback riders doing fancy tricks);

  • Circus Elephants (walking in line (tails to trunks), moving very slowly, balancing on a beam or "barrel").

  • Tightrope Walkers (arms out at side as they balance along a masking tape line on floor - doing one legged turns, bows, etc. Add the balance beam and an umbrella.

  • Acrobats (forward and backward rolls, cartwheels, splits etc).

  • Elephants balancing; Lions and Tigers (jumping or stepping through hoops, prowling around the cage - snarling and lunging at the trainer, jumping off "barrels" pretend wrestling with each other).

  • Be the Ringmaster of the circus with a BLACK/WHITE TUXEDO VEST Add a BLACK  TOP HAT.
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Have a Circus Parade

Have guests dress-up & decorate their bikes, wagons, scooters, big wheel cars & etc. for a circus parade around the house or block. Fill a cardboard cage  with "Wild" Animals (stuffed animal toys).

Take a smaller box for each child and let them create their own wearable Circus Wagon. Cut a hole in the bottom of a cardboard box large enough for the child to slip his body through and slide down to waist level (Remove flaps and turn box over so the hole is at the top). Cover the boxes with bright colored self adhesive vinyl or paint boxes in bright circus colors (do this prior to the party). Place a cutout figure of a circus animal on both sides of the box (use coloring pages for the animals and have them blown up at a photo copy center). Take strips made with construction paper and glue over the top of the animals to form the bars for the cages. On other boxes just glue circus figures like acrobats, trapeze artists, jugglers, a elephant balancing on a stand, clowns & etc. The children can paint or color the pictures prior to gluing them to the boxes. To make straps for the kids to wear their circus wagons, staple a length of ribbon (or heavy string) on both sides of the front of the box, extend these over the top of the box and staple to the back of the box. Make sure the length of ribbon is long enough so that the child can slip them over there shoulders and the box will be a waist height. Criss Crossing the strips on the shoulders will prevent them from slipping off. Now you are ready for a Circus Parade.

Have an Air Band:

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This is one of the best ways to kick-off a party! Hand-pick ten outgoing and enthusiastic people from your guest list to participate. These participants will be called to the front at the beginning of your party or just prior to the dancing. They will be introduced one by one as great musicians to fanfare and adulation.

Each will be given an inflatable instrument to "play", guitars, saxophones, keyboards and even drums. The band will be asked to "warm-up" by playing a song together. They won't know what they will be playing until they hear the first few notes from the sound system, but once they do, it's wild! Your audience will go crazy watching and clapping along to your band (give it a catchy name). By the end of the song, your entire group will be up on their feet, and if you are having a dance, most will be on the dance floor. Although you are only five minutes into the event or dance time, your party will be in full swing.

For small children, give each child an  inflatable instrument and let them march around and pretend to play their instruments as you play Circus Music.

Set Up Booths

Game booths add to the décor and will provide the activities for the party

Have a face painting booth, palm reader, dunking tank, fishing game, cake walk and other carnival type games set up. Be sure to have lots of help to run the different booths.( neighborhood teens are a good to enlist for this). Have lots of party favors for prizes at the booths.

Lollipop Pulls

Lollipop Pulls are a fun activity. Purchase at least one large lollipop   ( Blow pops or Tootsie pops) per guest. Decorate lollipops with clown faces, animal faces, Circus characters & etc. Select one lollipop and color the bottom of the stick "red". Stick all the lollipops into a Styrofoam base, making sure the "red" tip of the special lollipop is hidden. Set the base & lollipops on a table or in a booth. In turn, have each child pull out one lollipop. If it is the special, red tipped lollipop, the guest gets a prize. You can also make several special lollipops with different colored tips to correspond to prizes hanging on the wall with the same color code. For example: A green stuffed frog hanging on the wall would go to the child who picks the lollipop with the green tip. 

Clowns & Jugglers

Hire a clown to make balloon sculptures of animals for the kids. Jiggling is also a fun activity to include.

Circus Acts & Performers

Rather than hire a performer you may be able to find a teenager who does magic tricks who would come and do a few tricks for a few dollars. You can locate simple magic tricks under party favors. Check with a gymnastics school and hire some kids to come and do a routine or one of the kids attending the party may be in gymnastics and could do a acrobat routine. Don't forget the kids that take dance lessons, they could perform or those who play musical instruments. Is there a child who doesn't like bike, skateboard, roller blade tricks? Check with the moms of the party guests and find out if their child has a special talent and would like to perform. The ideas for acts for your Circus are limitless. I usually just tell the kids that we are having a circus and that they can perform their act at the Circus, you will be amazed at the things kids can come up with. Never require that a child perform, some are very shy. That's fine, they are the audience, along with the adults at the party.

Peanut Relay

Have a Peanut Relay. Give each child a spoon a roasted peanut in shell and see who can be the first to cross the finish line. You can also have them push the peanuts with their noses.

Mime Game

Have children pretend to be Mime's acting out animals, or circus characters for the other kid's to guess. Place ideas on a piece of paper in a hat, children pick a piece of paper, then imitate, without talking the animal or character that was drawn.

 Lion Tamer Game

One player is selected to be the "Lion Tamer" and the other are the "lions".  The Lion Tamer holds the ring (hula hoop) and wears a top hat. The game starts with the Lion Tamer holding the ring at ground level for all the lions to climb though, after the last person has climbed through the ring is raised slightly and the lions again must go through the hoop. This continues until a lion cannot make it through the hoop. That lion become the Lion Tamer and play starts again.

Tightrope Game

Make a tightrope on the ground using a 2 x 4 piece of lumber, have the children walk the tightrope. To make the game more challenging, have them walk holding an umbrella, with a book on their heads, holding the umbrella with a book on their head, wearing sunglasses with a thin layer of Vaseline smeared on the glass lens & etc.

Animal Acts

Know someone who has animals ( dogs, talking birds, ponies & etc.) that do tricks? Enlist them for a circus acts.

Petting Zoo

There are usually Petting Zoo & Ponies listed in your yellow pages under entertainers.

Other Fun Games & Activities

  • Go to a real circus performance

  • Guess how many jelly beans in a jar.

  • Ball, coin or ring toss games.

  • Have a Balloon stomp.

  • Jump rope games.

  • Relay Races

  • Sack Races

  • Teach juggling

  • Giant bubbles

These activities will work best with the whole gang together.  Let the birthday child pick his or her favorites prior to the party:

Invite the parents of the guests to return to the party 15 minutes prior to the end.  Line the kids up behind the tent, and get the video camera rolling.  Ask the ringmaster to announce the arrival of each young clown, assigning a funny name to each, and have a clown parade complete with marching music!

Tell the kids that you need help “seeing the big picture”.  Get one pair of CRAZY FOAM GLASSES
 and a long piece of yarn for each child at the party.  Tie a piece of yarn to each pair of glasses, and hide them all around the circus, winding the string under, over and around trees and bushes (or furniture if you are inside).  Each child is given the end of a string, and must follow it to find the hidden treasure.  They’re sure to “see” how much fun this hunt can be! 

 Listen to squeals of delight when the kids are running old-fashioned sack or three-legged races.

Wrap a box of animal fruit snacks with newspaper or butcher paper.  Continue wrapping layer upon layer around the package, so that the kids can unwrap it one sheet at a time.  After you have added approximately 12-15 layers, wrap the final layer with real birthday paper and a fancy bow.  Gather the kids in a circle, play some music, and tell the kids that when the music stops, whoever is holding the package gets to unwrap the package (be specific that they may only open one layer.)  Continue playing the game until the final layer is removed.  The winner gets to give each person a package of the fruit snacks…so everyone wins!

Play this game using the same concept as the classic game of musical chairs…one less nose than there are children for each round.  Place a pile of Clown Noses on a table that the kids must walk around while the music is playing.  When the music is turned off, the kids must scramble to grab a nose. The child without a nose must leave the game, and the game continues with one less nose until there is one child remaining.  The kids will giggle when you proclaim to the winner, “Nobody knows noses like you!”

The following activities are best set up as booths or stations.  Use Ticket Booths to set the stage for a delightful carnival type atmosphere.  Label each one with the name of the booth, set them up in a courtyard type of arrangement, and give the helpers lots of little prizes to give to the winners.  Here are a few ideas:

“Balloon Animals” –  use twist balloons for making clever twisty creations.

"Face Painting” – Kids love to have their faces painted. Give the kids a choice of hearts, stars, flowers, or kooky clown faces.

“Ring Toss” – Toss rings around 2-liter pop bottles.  If you have time, paint the bottles with bright acrylic paint.  If you don’t, just remove the labels, and fill the empty bottles with colored water.

“Lollipop Tree” – If a child draws a sucker with a special marking on the end, she gets a special prize.  The consolation prize is the sucker!

“Duck Pond” – Use a kiddy pool for this one.

“Ping Pong Potty” – You’ll need to visit a home improvement store to purchase an extra potty, and then watch out as kids try to pitch ping-pong balls into the empty potty.  Hilarious fun!

“Treasure Box” – Blindfold each child, then let him or her dig deep into a Giant Treasure Chest filled with goodies.

 “Egg Hunt” – Bury plastic Easter Eggs filled with small treats in a big tub of sand, and let the kids dig for the buried treasure. 

Suggested book titles for a Circus Theme.

Food:

Set up food "booths" by setting up the treats on small tables with striped table cloths like a circus tent. Decorate them with brightly colored balloons and put up signs indicating the food served at each "booth." 

Serve:

  • Hot dogs

  • Corn dogs

  • Candy apples

  • Popcorn

  • Popcorn ball clowns

  • Peanuts

  • Clown cupcakes decorated with sugar sprinkles or animal cracker. 

  • Rent a cotton candy or popcorn machine or serve up sweet treats just like at the circus.

  • Make your own treat station where children can compile their own candy bag or ice cream sundae.

  • Fill tubs with ice and set up a soda bar. 

Cotton Candy
Serve up sweet treats just like at the circus! Rent a Cotton Candy Machine from a local party rental company.   

Popcorn Ball Clowns
Popcorn Ball Clowns can be placed as favors at each place at the table. Prepare Popcorn Balls ( recipe below). To make clown faces, press small candies (life savers for eyes, red hot for nose & etc.) and nuts onto popcorn balls. Attach ears of candied fruit slices with toothpicks. Stick toothpick into the top of the popcorn ball; place an pointed ice cream upside down over the toothpick for hat. ( press gumdrop slices onto cone) Add a construction paper bow tie.

Pink Popcorn Balls
Place in large buttered bowl 7 cups of popped popcorn. In the bottom part of double boiler, heat about 1 inch water to boiling. Place in top part of double boiler, 3 cups miniature marshmallows, 2 tablespoons butter & 1/4 tsp. salt. Set over boiling water and stir until marshmallows are melted. Tint pink by adding a few drops of red food coloring. Pour marshmallow mixture over popcorn and stir gently to coat. Grease hands well with butter and quickly shape popcorn into 10 medium-sized balls. Makes 10 popcorn balls.

Popcorn Cupcakes
Make by using mini marshmallows, cut a slit in each one to make it look like popcorn, then cover the top of the frosted cupcake with the marshmallow popcorn.

Monkey Pops 
Peel bananas and cut in half (across the middle). Push a Popsicle stick through the flat end, until it’s inserted at least halfway through each banana. Place bananas into freezer bags and place into freezer until party time. Dip frozen banana pops into yogurt or chocolate sauce and serve. 

Clown Cone Sundaes 
Scoop a large round ball of ice cream into each bowl. Add an upside-down sugar cone to each scoop as the clown hat. Next push gumdrops into the ice cream to form eyes and nose; also press 1 onto end of cone for a hat pompom. Cut a piece of licorice to form mouth. Drizzle sauce to form hair. 

Big Top Lollipops 
Put hard candies (bulk candy stores are great sources for this) in a variety of bright colors into plastic bag and crush into 1/4-inch chunks with hammer. Invite everyone to design their own Big Top in any color combination they wish by placing candy chunks together on foil-covered cookie sheets. (Keep each Big Top pile about 3 inches apart.) Bake in preheated oven at 350 degrees until candy melts together nicely (about 5-10 minutes). Remove from oven, immediately press end of a lollipop stick into bottom of the Big Top Lollipop. Cool and serve. 

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Suggested Circus Book Titles

  • If I Ran the Circus by Dr. Seuss-Reading level: Ages 4-8

  • Walt Disney's Dumbo-Reading level: Baby-Preschool

  • The Circus of Words by Richard Lederer, Dave Morice (Illustrator), Lederer Richard-Reading level: Ages 9-12

  • Harold's Circus by Crockett Johnson-Reading level: Baby-Preschool

  • Circus! : A Pop-Up Adventure by Meg Davenport (Illustrator), Lisa V. Werenko, Andrew Baron (Illustrator)-Reading level: Ages 4-8

  • Clifford at the Circus by Norman Bridwell-Reading level: Ages 4-8

  • Circus Stickers (Dover Little Activity Books) by Nina Barbaresi-Reading level: Ages 4-8

  • Felix Joins the Circus by Annette Langen-Reading level: Ages 4-8

  • See the Circus (Lift the Flap Series) by H. A. Rey-Reading level: Baby-Preschool

  • Morris and Boris at the Circus (I Can Read) by Bernard Wiseman-Reading level: Ages 4-8

  • Circus Act (Nancy Drew Notebooks, No 42) by Carolyn Keene-Reading level: Ages 4-8

  • Thomas Goes to the Circus (Toddler Board Book) by Josie Yee- Reading level: Baby-Preschool

 

 

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