Are you looking for ideas for teddy bears picnic party? You're in luck! Here's everything you need to know to plan the most memorable teddy bear picnic!
Teddy Bear Picnic Preparation
Planning a teddy bear picnic is a fun and creative way to celebrate a special occasion like a kid's birthday party or simply enjoy the outdoors. Here are some steps to help you plan a memorable teddy bear picnic:
- Choose a location: Select a suitable location such as a park, backyard, or indoor space if the weather is not suitable.
- Set the date and time: Plan a date and time that works for you and your guests. Consider the weather and choose a time when the sun is not too strong.
- Send invitations: Send out invitations with the details of the picnic, including the date, time, location, and any instructions or requests.
- Decorate: Set up a picnic area with blankets, cushions, and decorations such as bunting, balloons, and teddy bear-themed items. You can also set up a picnic table with plates, cups, and cutlery.
- Prepare food: we have an entire list below of teddy bear picnic food ideas!
- Bring teddy bears: Encourage guests to bring their favorite teddy bear or stuffed animal to the picnic. You can set up a teddy bear parade or a teddy bear adoption center where guests can choose a new friend to take home.
- Choose teddy bear activities from the ideas listed below. There are so many fun ones!
Remember, this is all about having fun and making memories with children and their teddy bears.
Teddy Bear Picnic Food
We already know that a teddy bear picnic is a fun activity for toddlers, preschoolers, and kids of all ages. Here are some ideas for teddy bear picnic food.
Teddy Bear-Shaped Sandwiches
Use cookie cutters to make sandwiches in the shape of teddy bears. You can use peanut butter and jelly, ham and cheese, or any other filling of your choice.
Thread strawberries, grapes, melon, and other fruits onto skewers to make a colorful and healthy snack. You can also add a dip, such as yogurt or this amazing toffee fruit dip.
Teddy Bear Cookies
Make cookies in the shape of teddy bears and decorate them with icing or sprinkles. You can also provide decorating supplies for kids to decorate their own cookies.
If you don't have time to decorate or make teddy bear cookies, serve Teddy Graham cookies.
Fill small cups with carrot sticks, celery, cherry tomatoes, and other veggies for a healthy snack. You can also add a dip, such as hummus or ranch dressing.
Bake mini cupcakes and decorate them with colorful frosting and sprinkles. You can also add small teddy bear toppers for a cute touch.
Mix together nuts, dried fruits, and chocolate chips for a sweet and savory snack. You can also add teddy bear-shaped graham crackers or pretzels for a playful touch.
Serve refreshing lemonade in mason jars with colorful straws. You can also add fruit slices or herbs for extra flavor.
Remember to consider any allergies or dietary restrictions of your guests and choose food that is easy to transport and eat outdoors. With the right food and snacks, your teddy bear picnic is sure to be a sweet success!
Teddy Bear Picnic Activities
Here are some ideas for teddy bear picnic games:
Teddy bear scavenger hunt
Hide small teddy bears, pictures of teddy bears, or stuffed animals around the picnic area and have the children search for them. The child who finds the most teddy bears can win a prize.
Teddy Bear Toss
Set up a target such as a basket or hula hoop and have children toss teddy bears or bean bags into the target. The child who gets the most teddy bears or bean bags into the target wins.
Teddy Bear Relay Race
Divide children into teams and have them race to pass a teddy bear from one team member to another without dropping it. The first team to finish the relay race wins.
Pin the bow on the teddy bear
Draw a large teddy bear on a piece of paper or poster board and cut out bows from construction paper. Blindfold the children, spin them around, and have them try to pin the bow onto the teddy bear.
Teddy bear picnic storytime
Have an adult or older child read a story about teddy bears, such as "Corduroy" by Don Freeman or "The Teddy Bears' Picnic" by Jimmy Kennedy. Have the children to bring their teddy bears to the storytime.
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Teddy bear dress-up contest
Provide fabric, bows, and other materials and encourage children to dress up their teddy bears. Have a contest for the best-dressed teddy bear and award a prize.
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