One of the biggest days in sports, the Super Bowl, is celebrated all over the country. This year, the Patriots take on the Seahawks. Regardless of which team you’re rooting for, half of the fun is being able to enjoy the both the game and delicious snacks with friends and family. We’ve put together a list of a few cool ideas for you to use at your Super Bowl party:
This idea is not only fun for kids, but will serve as festive decorations for your party. To make these, all you need is brown and white construction paper and tape. Simply lay a juice box down vertically on top of construction paper that is longer length-wise, measure how wide the paper needs to be, and cut. Once you have a long strip, tape one side of the construction paper to the edge of the juice box, then wrap the paper around all four sides, and tape the end down.
This game within a game will help teach kids about the game while keeping them occupied during time outs. There are free printable cards available online.
This project may be more for the artistically inclined, but the end result is creative and healthy! You can fill the helmet with either fruit or vegetables and serve with a lightened up Greek yogurt dip for a healthy snack.
Not only are these eye-catching, but they will add to your decorations and are pretty simply to make. Just add a few drops off food coloring to store bought (or homemade, if you have the time), cupcake mix. These are easily customizable for the team you’re rooting for!
This is a cute game to help keep the kids entertained, and won’t involve much cleanup. All You need is painter’s tape, construction paper, and a blindfold. Use the painter’s tape to create a field goal on an empty wall. Then, cut out mini-footballs from construction paper, make a circle out of painter’s tape, and you’re set! To up the ante, you can make the field goal increasingly smaller as the game goes on. You can also offer treats or prizes for every field goal scored!
There are several takes on this popular snack setup, ranging from expert-level mechanics to simple layer dips. Here are a few examples (with instructions):