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Pin the Star on Captain America’s Shield Party Game {tutorial}

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With the release of MARVEL’s The Avengers: Age of Ultron my children are all Avengers all the time. One advantage to having a big family, is plenty of people to act out nearly all the characters! I never know when Iron Man is going to zoom past me in the kitchen, or if Spiderman will jump from behind a doorway as I walk by these days!

Pin the Star on Captain America's Shield Party Game

After a recent trip to Walmart with all the children, I came home with supplies for a fun Avengers party game, the new MARVEL’s The Avengers: Age of Ultron movie, AND a Hulk costume for my son.

Pin the Star on Captain America's Shield Party GameThis Pin the Star on Captain America’s Shield is the perfect addition to any Avengers themed birthday party or even Halloween party! Ready to learn how to play?Pin the Star on Captain America's Shield party game tutorial. Great for Avenger theme birthday parties or halloween events!

Supplies:Pin the Star on Captain America's Shield Party Game

  • white poster board
  • star template
  • string
  • red, black, and blue permanent markers
  • double-sided tape
  • white paper
  • bandana or mask

Directions:

Print and cut out the star template. Trace the star on the middle of the poster board.Pin the Star on Captain America's Shield Party Game

Using a pencil and string, make 4 circles around the star. Starting the first right against the edges of the star tips, and spacing the rest of the rings out equally.Pin the Star on Captain America's Shield Party Game

Trace the pencil lines with black permanent marker and color the shield in with red and blue markers.Pin the Star on Captain America's Shield Party Game

Pin the Star on Captain America's Shield Party GameUsing the star template, cut white stars from the white paper. One per party guest. (I recommend cutting extra, so children can play several times!)Pin the Star on Captain America's Shield Party Game

Play Pin the Star on Captain America’s Shield

Tack or tape the Captain America shield onto a door or wall. Place a piece of double sided tape on each star as you hand it to a child. You might want to write the child’s name or initials on the star.

Place a blindfold on the first child. For children whose costume already has a mask, just fold a handkerchief and place it between the child’s eyes and his mask for a blindfold.Pin the Star on Captain America's Shield Party Game

I also made a Spiderman blindfold by folding another handkerchief, and safety pinning it to the back of a Spiderman face mask. This was a quick and easy blindfold both for children whose costumes didn’t have masks and for children who were not dressed in costumes at all.Pin the Star on Captain America's Shield Party Game

Spin the child a few times, and watch him try to pin the star on the shield!Pin the Star on Captain America's Shield Party Game

Repeat with all the party guests. If your party guests are like my children, get ready to repeat the game several times over the course of the event!Pin the Star on Captain America's Shield Party Game

 Now that Momma is exhausted from all that party play, it’s time to sit down and watch MARVEL’s The Avengers: Age of Ultron!Pin the Star on Captain America's Shield Party Game

Be sure to check out all the fun MARVEL character costumes! What character will your child be for Halloween this year?

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20 Comments

  1. What a fun game and it looks like the kiddos loved it! There has been Avengers fever in my home for the last week and I think we’ll have to try out this game the next time we watch the movie.

  2. This is a really cute twist on the boring old Pin the Tail on the Donkey game! My kiddos are definitely ready for Halloween with their costumes: one Diva Cowgirl, one Pirate, and one Witch! lol

  3. What a great game! I love it. You are so smart to have taken a game that has been around for a long time and put a twist on it. I bet the little ones had a lot of fun with this. They all look so cute.

  4. Wow! You are really creative to put this all together – for such a fun party – I would have purchased everything! lol…This is something like what we did for our son when he was little, only I didn’t it all 🙂

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