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sagemama
« on: May 16, 2006 04:47:57 PM »

Hello all!
    My son is turing six next month and he has his heart set on a ninja themed birthday party. I have some ideas but I would love to get you guys' wonderfully creative input to get me jump started. He's really interested in authentic Japanese ninjas. He's already asked me to put Mt. Fuji on the cake! I'm hoping for something really creative but not super labor intensive. I have a tendency to overdo it for his parties and then I end up running around like a crazy person and I don't get to enjoy myself at all! I really appreciate your ideas!
Thanks,
Elizabeth
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relle-c
« Reply #1 on: May 17, 2006 03:34:50 AM »

Some games:

"Shuriken" Throwing game - paper/plastic plate painted with a ninja star toss (like a frisbee), the kid with longest throw is the winner.

Pin the Kitana on the Ninja?   

Sounds like it would be a fun party!   Smiley

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Mehtare
« Reply #2 on: May 30, 2006 08:09:55 PM »

It might be cool to contact a local karate/martial arts place and see if anyone would be interested in conducting a fun little workshop for the kids for a small fee and a cut of the cake. Smiley

They're probably too little for sushi, but what about candy sushi? You could use Fruit Rollups for the outer wrap part, cake or something for the rice, and then jellybeans or something for the fish part. Might be kind of cool.
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