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Great Pirate Party Idea

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Fun Pirate Pinata Party Ideas!

Pirate parties have always been popular. Every kid wants to toss on the eye patch and bandanna and with sword in hand and shout arrr. This year give your little scaly wag a pirate adventure they will never forget. With just a few pirate party supplies and an imagination you can create unforgettable adventure. Also one of the great things about pirate parties is that you can save a lot of the decorations and accessories and use them on Halloween. This is a great way to save some money and keep your youngster enjoying each holiday. Try some different for your birthday party here like a treasure hunt. A great idea at Zurchers Party Store is doing pirate pinata [http://www.zurchers.com/Pirate-tp2-96.html] treasure hunt. This is one pirate party they will never forget so beware.

It’s important when doing this Pirate Pinata [http://www.zurchers.com/Pirate-tp2-96.html] Treasure Hunt too keep the theme going throughout the whole party. It will fire the imagination of the young ones and keep it special. Start by sending the invitations to the friends. These invitation will act as part of a buried pirate treasure map. For this take brown paper bag from the store and a marker. Then write out the details on the paper; time, place, rsvp, pick up time ect. Take a big piece of the paper bag and draw a map on it. The map is going to give the location of the first clue. After drawing up the map crumple it and rip it into as many pieces as there are invitations. Note: You could draw the map on the back of the invitations to save time and money. Each pirate will receive a piece of the map. This will take them to the first spot. This treasure hunt can take place anywhere. Inside the house, outside the house, or even at the park.

As the pirates arrive give them an eye patch and bandanna. Make sure they have brought their piece of the map. Next have them arrange the pieces like putting a puzzle together. When the map is all together- they are off running to find the treasure. The map leads your marauding pirates to a pinata. A pirate pinata of a pirate flag or something. You can find a large variety of different pirate pinatas at Zurchers party stores. Have the pirates open the pinata. Opening the pinata reveals another piece of paper with a witty simple clue and a few pieces of gold coin candy. Note: If you are inside and don’t have a lot of room to hide the pirate pinatas in the house simply have them scattered about the house disguised as party decorations. This will lead them to another pirate pinata. At each of the pinatas have another clue and a few pieces of treasure.

You can make the hunt as long or as short as you want. You can even have little challenges and obstacles for them to do before they can get the clue. At the end use a pirate chest pinata and hide the candy and toys in it. It is helpful to have little baggies filled with the goods to avoid mutiny and fight. That way every pirate get a fair portion of the booty and no one feels cheated. This fun adventure will give your child the experience of a lifetime. It doesn’t take much time and it is so fun to watch them running around working together to solve clues and find the loot.

It doesn’t take a lot of money to throw a special celebration for your children. A pinata treasure hunt will be a cherished memory in the lives of your child and their friends for life.

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Mark Keller is a party consultant at Zurchers.com Your discount store for pirate pinatas.

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Mark Keller is a party consultant at Zurchers.com Your discount store for pirate pinatas.












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