If you are looking for a fun activity for your boys sleepover, you’re in the right place! We have so many fun things to do during slumber parties that are so much fun for kids of all ages. Enjoy these boys sleepover activities, games, and ideas!
Fun Sleepover Ideas For Boys
We have so many epic sleepover party ideas for younger kids and older children alike! The best thing about these fun ideas is that you don’t need a lot of prep time, and they can be done with things you already have at home. Sometimes the best birthday parties are done with ice cream, simple and classic party games, and a board game!
But if you want to take your sleepover birthday party to the next level, then keep reading because here are 15 sleepover games and activities that guarantee a good time. Enjoy!
1. Shaving Cream Balloons for Kids
These shaving cream balloons are a fun way to refresh on a hot summer day, and the best part is that you only need shaving cream and balloons. From Totally Bomb.
2. Rainy Day Fun!
Why not make a special treat for your next slumber party? Then enjoy a movie night followed by fun games? That’s what makes a great boys sleepover party! Here are tons of ideas from My Mini Adventurer.
3. Day #2 of Bird-Day Week: Angry Birds Can Toss Game
If your kids love video games, but you don’t want too much screen time during your sleepover, then create your own toss game based on one of the most popular games for young children — Angry Birds! Take inspiration from Homemade Beauties by Heidi.
4. Tiny Bow & Arrow
This is such a fun activity! However, it does require some adult assistance as it uses a sharp knife to carve into the popsicle stick to transform it into a miniature bow. From All For The Boys.
5. Salt Dough Snake Craft
Here’s a fun tutorial to make snakes from salt dough, and then paint them. Have your kids create new patterns in fun colors or recreate their favorite snakes. Try this great idea from Frugal Fun 4 Boys.
6. Duck Tape Sword and Shield
Making a sword and shield out of duck tape and cardboard sounds difficult, but it really isn’t! And the best thing is that it delivers hours and hours of fun for kids. Idea from 30 Minute Crafts.
7. Fart Noises
What boy doesn’t love fart noises? It’s just part of their nature to laugh at them! That’s why we know this DIY fart noisemaker will be a hit at your boys sleepover party! From All For The Boys.
8. Glow Stick Tic-Tac-Toe
This glow stick tic-tac-toe is a classic sleepover game and can be done with only glow sticks – you don’t need anything else! Kids will have so much fun for hours. From Make and Takes.
9. Glow in the Dark Bowling
After you’re done playing tic-tac-toe, take the glow sticks and use them for your glow-in-the-dark bowling game! This game is perfect for both outdoor and indoor activities. Idea from Kix.
10. Glowing Bubbles for Kids
This bubble recipe is special – it glows in the dark! Perfect for blowing the kids away! From Growing a Jeweled Rose.
11. DIY Pikachu Clay Figure
Kids will have so much fun making a Pikachu that is totally cute. Just follow the instructions from this tutorial by Totally The Bomb.
12. How to Fold Paper Ninja Stars
Make some ninja stars with colored paper for a fun group activity – and then pretend to be ninjas around the house! Perfect sleepover game. Idea from Frugal Fun 4 Boys.
13. How to Make a Nerf Spinning Target
Build a Nerf target game with spinning targets! This simple game is fun to make and does not require a lot of special materials. Idea from Frugal Fun 4 Boys.
14. A-Frame Pup Tents
These A-frame pup tents do take some time and building skills, so go grab your special equipment! But once they are done, your kids will have awesome tents to play with, tell scary stories, and other fun activities. Idea from Lindsay and Andrew.
15. Design Your Own Pillowcase
This is a fun activity for kids of all ages, and a great way for kids to let their inner artist out! Get a pillow case, fabric markers, and paper. That’s all you need! Idea from Be a Fun Mum.
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