These games are a great addition to your list for train party ideas. These games will keep your guests entertained and on track! Mirago Media AB created Grapevine. Our vision: In today’s world that is constantly changing our goal is to design and develop low-cost products that can be enjoyed by everyone during the hours , and also to help with the preparation and planning of schnitzeljagd aufgaben zum ausdrucken birthday parties, celebrations, events celebrations, anniversary celebrations, corporate events and family celebrations by providing tips and techniques.
Music Station Stops
You can set up several train stations around the room. To construct stations, you can use cardboard boxes, play tents and other materials. Each station should be named and a sign with the name should be hung at each station. Next, trace the station names onto pieces of paper and put them in a conductor’s hat.
A red wagon that looks like a train should be filled with trinket prizes. At least one prize per player. Let the kids get on with their lives at the party. Every so often, blow a whistle. The whistle will signal that party guests need to stop what they’re doing and run to one of these stations. Once everyone is at the station, take one of the station numbers from the hat. Each child at the station will get a prize if they take the trinket train there. Continue playing until everyone wins a prize.
To make a wagon or ride-on for children look like a train, decorate them with large pieces of cardboard, markers and paints. The children should form a line near a designated train station. Let them each take turns riding the train around the party area.
Relay for Engine Coal
Hang a train poster near the floor to set up the game. Two boxes should be placed in front of the train poster. Label them “train engine” and fill the two other buckets with the same amount of coal (black bean bags or newspaper crumpled up, foil wrap, or newspaper).
Divide the players into two teams. Each team should be given a shovel. They must form a line with their coal buckets. The players must race one at a while to use their shovels to move the coal from their buckets to the locomotive engine boxes. The first team to fill its engine box wins.
Stations for Trains
Establish activity stations, called “train stations”, and have children visit each station individually to experience a specific activity.
Station ideas include a station for coloring with train-themed coloring books and a station for crafting where they can make a railroad craft. There is also a station for reading to the children from a train-themed story book. A station for taking pictures and putting on conductor’s uniforms.
Musical Train Cars
The game can be played in the same way as musical chairs. The only difference is that instead of being side-by-side, the chairs are placed in rows just like a train. You can choose a song about trains, such as “Morning Train”, or a selection of music from a CD for children to play as the music.
Divide the players into two teams. Divide the players into two teams. Each team will be given a conductor’s hat and vest. Players also receive tickets. Place two empty tissue boxes on the opposite side of the room with slots. These boxes should be labeled “ticket boxes”.
To start the race, blow a whistle. The whistle will sound and the first players must get into conductor’s attire. The conductor’s attire must be removed and the players should return to their teams to hand the tickets to the next player.
All players have to repeat this action. The race is won by the first team to get all their tickets into the box.
The kids need to form a circle around the conductor and then choose one. The conductor must sit in the middle of the circle, close his eyes, and hold a ticket in one hand. One player will seize the ticket from the hand of the conductor while he is asleep. The conductor has three chances to guess who took the ticket when he wakes up. If the conductor correctly guesses, the ticket-thefter trades places with him. If he does not guess correctly, the conductor is fired and a new one is selected.
One player plays the role of the conductor, while the rest are the train riders. The conductor must catch as many ticket jumpers as possible so that the riders can board the train without having to pay tickets.
To resemble a train, set up a row of chairs. Let the children mix and mingle in the party area. They must race to get on the train chair and not be tagged by conductors if they hear a whistle. The conductor tags any players and they must tag ticket jumpers during the next round. The game continues until one player remains untagged.
Four large boxes are needed. Take the tops and bottoms of the boxes. You can attach the boxes together with duct tape, creating two train cars. You can paint them or let your children decorate them so they look like train cars.
Divide the players into two teams. Two teams should start by getting in the train cars, and then pull them around their bodies. Both trains must race to the designated finish line. The loser team is eliminated and two new teams are formed. Continue racing until all the teams have had their turn. Next, let all the winners race one another.
Red Light Green Light
The kids stand in front of a starting line. A parent is the engineer and the children are the trains. One red and one green light are given to the engineer (painted on poster board). The green light will be held by the engineer, which signals the trains to move ahead while making train sounds. The engineer will turn the red light on and the trains must stop moving. Any train that is seen moving or making noises is returned to the start line. The winner is the player who arrives first at the engineer.