G.I. Joe was a wildly popular cartoon in the 1980s
Name That G.I. Joe: This is a fun game in which players must name the G.I. Joe character once it is held up by the party host.The party host must print out pictures of the G.I. Joe and Cobra factions on sheets of paper. Print out pictures from the old television series as well as pictures from G.I. Joe: Rise of the Cobra.
G.I. Joe Obstacle Course: Joes need to be in top physical condition so help them train with a fun but challenging obstacle course in the party area. The obstacle course can include chairs, cardboard boxes, hula hoops, plastic cones, and broomstick on two chairs to crawl under. The balloons can be placed high in the room if indoors and on tree branches or limps if outside. Depending on the party location will determine that party obstacle complexity.
G. I. Joe Balloon War: This game is a great game for a fun outdoor party adventure. Give each child a couple dozen green and black balloons each. Divide the teams into team G.I. Joe and Team Cobra and let the players have at it. While there are no losers in this game who does not like a good old fashion water balloon fight.
Long Joe Stuff: To play this game there should be a few bags loaded with deflated balloons and thermal underwear. Spread the floor with dozens of deflated balloons and give each team a full pair of long-johns. Once the long-johns are on, the party host says go and the game can begin. The object of the game is for the team members not in long-johns to begin inflating balloons, and stuffing them into the long-john pants and tops. The winning team is the one that has the most inflated balloons inside the thermal underwear. Since the long-johns will cover the number of balloons, pop the balloons using a pin. The number of popping sounds will determine how many balloons are in the long-johns.
Celebrate a child birthday with a fun party equipped with party games and G. I. Joe Party Supplies and Invitations.