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Kid's Party Ideas - Sesame Street Party Supplies, Sesame Street Decorations
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Sesame Street Party Ideas

You can get to Sesame Street with these Sesame Party Supplies & Decorations. It's easy to make everyone smiles and giggles! Elmo, Big Bird, and Cookie Monster are ready to bring smiles to your party with tableware, favors, decorations, balloons, and more.

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Sesame Street Elmo Party Deluxe Party Pack for 8

Sesame Street Elmo Party Supplies

Sesame Street Party Deluxe Party Pack for 8 & 8 Favor Boxes

Sesame Street Elmo Party - Party Favor Box

Sesame Street Party Supplies

Sesame Street Elmo Party - Party Favor Box


Greet your guests by hanging a personalized banner from your front door or entrance.  A fabulous way to add spunk right from the get-go!

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Colors Personalized Banners Each


Decorating Tips

Color Scheme: When using a color scheme use one or two main colors and build around these. If you choose to use only one color for your decorating, try to add little touches of another color or a lighter or darker shade of the same color to create a more pleasing effect. Adding little splashes of white, black, gold or silver will not detract from your main color choice, and the effect will be considerably more dramatic!  When using a "theme", choose basic colors, then add some fun props related to your theme to create a spectacular party setting!

To create your own invitations try these ideas.

Fill a little baggie with mini Chips Ahoy™ cookies -- a big hit with Cookie Monster, Elmo and with kids of all ages! Using Curling Ribbon to attach a tag that says ""C" is for Cookie, and for "Come to my birthday party!"

Cut an oval shape from red cardstock. Use glue to attach the round orange nose to the red oval face. Then add a pair of goggle eyes to complete Elmo’s face.  Write your party details on the back.

Decorating Ideas:

Start by attaching a bouquet of helium-filled solid colored balloons to a light post or mailbox so there will be no mistaking where the fun will be that day! At the top of the bouquet of balloons add a Mylar character balloon.

Place Big Bird's footprints (construction paper cutouts or yellow chalk) on the driveway to lead guests to your door.

Remember that the tops of your tables provide a very large surface area, setting the tables with the party ware, including the tablecloth, cups, plates, napkins, and cutlery is the fastest way to create a focal point in a room.

Use all the Sesame Street toys you already own to decorate the party space.

Place lots of letters and numbers on the doors and walls.

Create a centerpiece using a bunch of helium filled Balloons tied with curling ribbon. Attach them to a Balloon Weight.

Display an Elmo Cake in the center of the food table…the children will love the close up view!  Add a Sesame Street Candle to the top of a cake.

Napkins can be laid out on a buffet table, or can be displayed at each place setting. Place napkins in the center of each place setting at an angle, or unfold them and place them in glasses for a tall dramatic look. The napkins can also be tied (and bundled with plastic cutlery) with a multitude of items to match your theme. Try Curling Ribbon, Gossamer Streamers, ric-rac or ribbon.

Bring color to the table via napkins. Give each person two napkins slipped into one napkin ring. Use two different colors, two coordinating patterns or one patterned and one solid-colored napkin. A colorful setting can be achieved with little effort this way.

Add some of the individual favors to each place setting. Use the favors as prizes for your games too. 

Never underestimate the power of music to set the tone for your party.


Balloons can economically transform any room, backyard or park into a festive space in a matter of minutes by using some of the following ideas:

Use a Helium Tank to fill balloons. Tie Curling Ribbon to balloons, and group them together. (Odd numbers look best: 3, 5, or 7) Place groupings of balloons around the party room.

Tie a bunch of helium filled balloons to the birthday child’s chair, or tie one to the back of each chair.

If you choose not to use helium, tie balloons to varying lengths of curling ribbon, and hang balloons from the ceiling, or from a light fixture over the party table.

Balloon arches are ideal for photo backdrops, entryways, and to hi-light different areas around your party room and are easy to make.

If you don't want to do a Balloon Arch, a column of balloons will work much the same way that arches do, and can be used for entryways, photo backdrop, or for a terrific splash of color when placed at intervals around a party room. You make columns in the same way as arches but they stand straight-up and can be built to any height you wish.

Balloon swags make the perfect accessory. They can be hung across the ceiling of a tent, or a room with a high ceiling like banquet halls or a gymnasium.

Streamers offer an economical way to splash lots of color around the site of the party. Create a fun and colorful effect by draping streamers from the center of the ceiling to the walls on each side of the room, or between trees if the party is being held outdoors. The streamers can be twisted after they are anchored to a ceiling wall or table for a more dimensional look. Two different colored streamers can be placed back to back and twisted for a unique look. They also look terrific hanging from doorframes or cascading vertically down walls.

Make bows to hang anywhere and everywhere...chairs, doorways, tree trunks, stair rails, deck posts, gift packages, or table-ends. The bows can be cut to any length and look great with tails trailing on the floor.


Sesame Party Game Ideas

Start with a parade by handing out inflatable musical instruments and leading the children around the room as Sesame Street music plays on the stereo.

Ask an older child or adult to make balloon animals for the children or hire a balloon artist to entertain the kids.

Oscar's Trash Toss - Place a large Trash Can next to the area where you will be opening gifts. Tape a picture of Oscar to the front of your trash can. Let the children feed Oscar the Grouch by tossing a piece of wrapping paper into the trash can.

Elmo Minds the Farm  - Pretend is a favorite activity for children, so you are going to pretend that Old McDonald has to go away for the day and that Elmo is going to mind the farm. Start by pretending to drive to the farm. Then when you get to the farm, Elmo is going to take a walk around the farm to see that all the animals are happy.  When you met the horse. Say,  Hi, Horsey. When the Horse answers he says " Quack, Quack! Pretend to be puzzled and say " I thought a horse went "Neigh, Neigh"! , Then visit the Cow. and say, "How Now, Cow". The cow says "Oink, Oink. Continue by mixing up the animals sounds. (Pig says "Honk", Goose says "Meow", Goat say "Rrruff", Cat say "Baa Baa", Dog says "Cluck Cluck", Sheep say "Buzz, Buzz", Duck says "Ribbit", Frog says " Cock-a-doodle-doo", Turkey says "Neigh", & etc.) Pretend to be very confused and say "Something is really wrong here on the farm". Then pretend that you get a letter from Old McDonald that says that the animals like to play tricks on people. Just in case they try something funny, here is a song to help keep track of things. Then sing "Old McDonald Had a Farm". 

Crepe Paper Tag - This game needs lots of room - like a backyard. Split into two groups - each team gets their own color of crepe paper. Tie the crepe paper around the waists of each player - like a belt. The goal is to rip off the other teams belts before they rip off yours. Once a player gets debelted, they sit down. The last person left standing with his belt on wins.

Dress Parade - Divide the guests into teams of 2-4 persons. Provide each team with newspaper, crepe paper, crepe streamers,. Allow ten to fifteen minutes for the team to make a costume on one of their team members. Them have a dress parade and award a prize to each of the members of the winning team.

Balloon Bounce - Everyone lies down in a circle (heads together and feet facing out). Try to keep a balloon up as long as possible. Start with three balloons and see how long they can keep it going.

Pass the Rubber Ducky - Play the same as "hot potato" using a ducky bean bag. Start the music and have the kid's pass the Rubber Ducky around the circle. When the music stops the child holding the Ducky is out. Continue until only one child remains. Give a prize to the winner. 

Balloon Relay  - Divide your guests into two equal teams. Give each leader an inflated Balloon and at the start of go have him/her pass it to the person behind him/her by passing the balloon over his/her head, the next person will pass it along through his/her legs. Keep alternating until it gets to the end. The team that finishes first wins.

Cookie Monster cookie decorating activity - Use various cookie cutters to bake sugar cookies shaped like stars, fish or ducks. Set out small cups of colorful icing, sprinkles and candies and let the children decorate their own cookies. The children can eat them at the party or take the cookies home.

Party Food & Cake Ideas

Start with Elmo’s favorite food – pizza!

Bert & Ernie's Fun Pizzas

1 cup pizza sauce
8 bagels, split, or 8 English muffin halves, toasted
2 cups shredded mozzarella or Cheddar cheese (8 ounces)
Assorted Toppings

Heat oven to 425 degrees.
Spread 1 tablespoon pizza sauce over each bagel half. Sprinkle each with 1 tablespoon of the cheese.

Arrange toppings on sandwiches. Sprinkle with remaining cheese. Place on ungreased cookie sheet. Bake 5 to 10 minutes or until cheese is melted.
Makes 8 servings.

Or you could serve sandwiches cut into letter and number shapes with cookie cutters, or cut sandwiches into the four basic shapes; circle, square, triangle, and rectangle. 


Elmo Face Cake Pan Each

Elmo Face Cake Pan Each

Display an Elmo Face Cake in the center of the food table. The children will love the close up view!

There are two ways to make your cake. Bake a round cake and two cupcakes. Frost cakes with white frosting. Add red sprinkles to the round cake. Place the two cupcakes above the round cake and place two chocolate candies in the center of the cupcake eyes. Use black string licorice to make the mouth and orange frosting or jelly beans for the nose.

Or bake a round cake, cover the frosting with red sprinkles, add orange jelly beans for the nose, and two marshmallows for eyes.



Bake square-shaped sugar cookies and frost them as ABC blocks.

Cookie Monster's Monster Cookie

Topping a giant cookie with whipped cream, walnuts, coconut and candy makes a fun dessert pizza!

1/2 cup packed brown sugar
1/4 cup granulated sugar
1/2 cup butter or margarine, softened
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 egg
1 1/4 cups all-purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 package (12-ounce size) miniature semisweet chocolate chips (1 cup)
1 cup sweetened whipped cream
1/4 cup chopped walnuts
1/4 cup flaked or shredded coconut, toasted
1/2 cup candy-coated chocolate candies.

Heat oven to 350 degrees.
Mix sugars, butter, vanilla and egg in large bowl. Stir in flour and baking soda (dough will be stiff). Stir in chocolate chips.
Spread or pat dough in ungreased 12-inch pizza pan or on cookie sheet. Bake about 15 minutes or until golden brown; cool in pan.
Just before serving, spread cookie with whipped cream. Top with walnuts, coconut and candies. Cut into wedges. Immediately refrigerate any remaining cookie after serving.
Makes 16 servings

Oscar's Slushies

Cool off with these fun and fruity ice cubes.

1 envelope (2-quart size) strawberry-flavored soft drink mix
2/3 cup sugar
3 cups water
1 pint (2 cups) strawberries, stems removed, or frozen whole strawberries
2 bottles (1 liter each) lemon-lime soda pop

Mix soft drink mix, sugar and water. Pour into divided ice-cube tray. Place 1 whole strawberry in each cube. Freeze at least 4 hours or overnight.
To serve, place frozen fruit cubes in glasses. Fill glasses with soda pop.
Makes 8 servings

J-ello™ Jigglers are also a perennial party favorite with young children.



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