18 All-Time FAVORITE Frozen Party Activities!

by Jillian Leslie on

To help you come up with the perfect way to keep your guest busy and entertained at your Frozen parties we’ve rounded up the 18 best Frozen party activities from Catch My Party.

You’ll find awesome Frozen birthday party ideas, from DIY snow globes, hot cocoa bars,  to even having them build their own delicious marshmallow snowmen.

You just can’t go wrong!

And as a budget-friendly way to decorate your party in style, definitely download and use ourFrozen Party Activities! and Free Frozen 2 party printables!

Also, here’s a blog post of our favorite Frozen cakes, another one with awesome Frozen party decorations and here a roundup of 10 of our all-time favorite Frozen parties added to Catch My Party!! Don’t miss these.

18 Fun Frozen Party Activities That Are a Treat!

1  Frozen Sleepover

Girls love to get together to play and chat, so a sleepover is any girl’s dream!

If you have space, fill a room with teepees (one for each child) and them with Frozen party decorations and party favor goodies.

Ask your guest to come dressed in their favorite Anna or Elsa costume. Then as a late-night treat they can of course watch the movie Frozen or Frozen 2!

Frozen Sleepover Teepees

2. Elsa Entertainer

Kids love nothing more than meeting their favorite Disney characters in the flesh. So how about treating your little guests to a visit from the one and only Elsa?

Hire an entertainer and delight all the children at your Frozen party. If you’d rather transform into Elsa yourself then you are going to need your very own Elsa dress!

Elsa Entertainer

3. Face Painting

There’s nothing better than some face painting at a birthday party. It’s a great excuse to add some magic and turn the guests at your party into princesses.

Use a snowflake stencil to create pretty little snowflakes on all the little Anna’s and Elsa’s.

Face Painting

4. Do you want to build a snowman?

Kids will have a blast building their own snowman (as the song goes).

To create their own little Olaf make packs with marshmallows, mini marshmallows, chocolate chips, pretzels, and a candy corn nose instead of a carrot!

Do you want to build a snowman assemble pack

5. Snowball Toss

How about a fun Frozen party game?!

Keep score on who gets the most points with this soft snowball tossing game using purple and blue buckets!

Frozen Snowball Toss Buckets

6. Inside snowball fight

Everyone loves a snowball fight!

Don’t let the warmer weather and the actual lack of snow stop the fun, grab some styrofoam balls and have an indoor snowball fight!

Bucket full of styrofoam balls for an Frozen indoor snowball fight

7. Frozen Photobooth

Photo booths are always a great excuse to have a laugh and strike a pose and are a great addition to a Frozen birthday party.

Crowns, magic wands, and even fake snow are perfect for a Frozen photo booth!

Frozen Photobooth Props

8. Make Magic Princess Snow

Send your guests home with their own little bottle of magic princess snow.

Just have your guests add glitter and fake snow to mini glass bottles and they are done!

Little GLass Bottles of Magic Princess Snow

9. Snowmen Marshmallows

You can also have your guests build some sweet marshmallow snowmen with food-safe markers and skewers!

They are fun to make and taste delicious.

Snowmen Marshmallows

10. Make Wands

Another fun Frozen party activity would be to have your little princess guests make magic ice princess wands.

Have lots of glitter, snowflakes, sparkles, and glue on hand, and give the girls the freedom to create their very own unique wand!

Gorgeous Frozen DIY Wands

11. Make Snow Globe Favors

A DIY snow globe is such a nice party favor for kids to make themselves and take home with them.

You will need as many mason jars as you can get your hands on for this fun DIY snow globe craft!

To make one, use a hot glue gun to glue your ornament to the inside lid of the jar. Add 2 ounces of clear glue and then 1 cup of warm water to your jar and then mix.

Pour in 2 tablespoons of glitter and stir. Place the lid back onto the jar and tighten.

Secure with glue, shake and you’re done!

DIY Frozen Snow Globe

12. Hot Cocoa Bar

Let your guests make their own hot chocolate creations at a hot cocoa bar set up with all the fixings!

Add all the toppings you can get your hands on such as marshmallows, chocolate chips, candy canes, or sprinkles!

Fabulous Frozen Hot Cocoa Bar Toppings

13. Frozen Scavenger Hunt

Scavenger hunts are be so much fun and a great way to keep kids entertained!

Hide all the Frozen cutouts throughout your venue and handout these cute Frozen scavenger hunt cards.

The first one to find all the Frozen items wins!

14. Frozen Coloring Sheets

This printable Frozen coloring pack is perfect for a Frozen-themed drawing station at a party.

It includes 5 pretty coloring pages that kids will love to color in.

Don’t forget to include some buckets with crayons or coloring pencils.

15. Frozen Painting Kit

The little girls at your party are going to love this next party activity.

Hand out these cute magnets and have each child paint their own.

They double as a wonderful party favor too!

16. Snowflake Craft

This next Frozen activity will undoubtably be a hit.

Set up a crafting station where the children will be able to make their own beaded snowflake decorations.  

Made with pretty glass pearls and sparkly crystals, each child will be able to create their own pattern and thread the beads on it. They can finish them off with a ribbon and hang them, for instance in a window where the light catches on the crystals.

Snowflake Craft

17. Frozen Bracelet Kit

These DIY princess Elsa bracelets are a lovely party activity for a Frozen birthday party, that your party guests will want to take home with them!

Each kit includes some gorgeous beads, a snowflake charm, and some strong stretchy elastic.

Frozen Bracelet Kit

18. Frozen Bingo

A good of game of bingo always goes down a treat and is a fun way to help pass the time at a party.

This set includes 12 different bingo cards, detailed instructions, cut-out calling card pieces, and some game markers. 

For more inspiration, check out all these gorgeous Frozen party ideas on our site!

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    Tina R wrote:

    Could you tell me where you found the buckets you used for the snowball toss game? They look like the perfect size! Thanks!

  • Karen D

    Karen D wrote:

    The build a snowman idea is such an awesome idea!