By Felicia Dean. Party Decorations. Published at Friday, March 16th, 2018 - 11:37:31 AM.
How to solve a rubix cube theme party - How To Solve A Rubix Cube is not only a math challenge from the early 80s, it is also the most colorful party idea you will see. If you are looking for the best party idea, I suggest you will go for the rubix cube theme party. The goal at the rubix cube party is to trade each of your clothing items that you wear, into one color by the end of the night. The guests should come to the rubix cube theme party, wearing one item of clothing from each different color of the famous rubix cube game. During the party, the guests have to swap so in the end of the party, they will find themselves wear clothes in one single color.
Bear Party - Game ideas: Pin the honey pot on the teddy bear - if you have an artist in the family, draw a large teddy bear on poster board and cut out honey pots. Blindfold each child individually and see if they can put the honey pot into the teddy bears hand. Hot Teddy Bear - like hot potato only pass the teddy bear to the music. When the music stops, the person with the teddy bear is out. Toss the honey pot - draw a large bear head with an open mouth on poster board and lay it on the floor. Using yellow beanbags as the \"honey\" each child throws the bag to see if it will land in the bears mouth.
The rules: You have to wear only the six rubix cube colors which are: orange, blue, green, yellow, white and red. Also, each item of your clothing should be clearly one color, for example if you chose to wear orange shirt, than it has to be only in orange color and not mixed with other colors. Here is a nice suggestion: red pants, blue shirt, orange hat, white socks, yellow shoes and green sunglasses.
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