Let's celebrate with Free Download Friday! All week I've been blabbing about my son's Olympic Birthday party. Well, now let me spread some of the joy. I would like to share my Winter Olympics Bingo game with you. The download includes 12 different Bingo boards.
I recommend downloading the calling cards, too. So many of the pictures of the different Olympic events look similar (Alpine skiing vs. free style skiing vs. ski jump... you get the picture!)
You can download my Winter Olympics Bingo here and the calling cards that go with it here.
We kept track of each nation's gold, silver, and bronze medals. I was the referee of the night (that's why I am wearing black and white.) With his Daddy's help, the U.S.A ended up with the most medals at the end of the night!
Although we honored the top winners of the night at our Medals Ceremony, the birthday boy presented a gold medal to everyone at the party as he unwrapped his presents.
We ate yummy Olympic birthday cupcakes. I used M&M's to create the Olympic rings. I just had to use a brown M&M for the black ring. Not too shabby. My sister had the fabulous idea to strip down the birthday boy to his diaper and let him feast on his own cake in a small swimming pool. My little sweetheart was a mess, but it was so worth it!
We had an Olympic Opening Ceremonies to start off my son's Olympic birthday party. We used it to play "Pass the Torch"... which was basically Hot Potato played to the tune of the Olympics theme song.
I took a waterbottle and cut the bottom off. Be careful if you try this... I stabbed myself with scissors. Mr. Oopsey Daisy's tools worked much better. Then I wrapped the whole thing in tin foil. For the flame, I cut out orange, red, and yellow paper (although tissue paper would probably work even better.) I just glued it inside the water bottle with good old Elmer's glue.