Teletubbies Theme Party Planner
Decorations: Decorate using the Teletubbies colours: yellow, red, green and purple. Use the colours for streams, balloons, table covers, and party supplies. Or use character party supplies. Cover tables in green table cover. Use small plush bunnies for decorations. Tie a cluster of balloons to the bunnies. You can find a good deal on plush bunnies right after Easter. Or tie a cluster of balloons to a Teletubbies doll. Decorate with pinwheels around the party area. Use a big mylar balloon in the shape of a sun. Or have a pic of the sun with your child’s face in the centre enlarged to hang on the wall. Enlarge pictures of the characters and set up around the party area. Cover a small square box with solid coloured paper. Cut a square out of a sheet of mylar paper and glue this onto the centre of the front of the box to make a Teletubbies TV.
Cake or Cupcakes: Sun cake. Bake and frost a round cake with bright yellow icing. Spread icing onto pointed ice cream cones and roll them in bright yellow coloured sugar. Insert cones in the sides of the cake to resemble sun rays. Get an edible photo image of the birthday child to put in the centre of the sun. Bake cupcakes and tint white frosting yellow, purple, green and red. Frost cupcakes. Top with a little pinwheel pick. Food and Snacks: Tubby Toast. You could serve toast with jam also Cut into circle shapes with a cookie cutter also You can even draw on a smiley face with squeezable jam or jelly. Toby Custard. Serve vanilla pudding or yoghurt. Fruit cups using the Teletubbies colours. Red strawberries, Green grapes or honeydew melon balls, Purple grapes, and yellow banana slices. Serve colored fruit juice boxes. Grape juice, Fruit punch, etc.
Goodie Bags and Prizes: Use coloured paper sacks in yellow, red, purple, and green. Or fit your favours into a small red purse just like Tinky Winky Fill with: Teletubbies character favours. Teletubbies stickers. Teletubbies colouring/activity book. Small pinwheel. Small orange play ball.
Games and Activities: Pin the Hat on Dipsy. Enlarge a picture of Dipsy. Make cut-outs of the hat using stocks of card or paper used for construction . Pass Lala’s Ball. Played like hot potato. Pass around a small orange play ball. What’s in Tinky Winky’s purse. Fill a big red purse or we you can use gift bag with different items such as a whistle or a bouncy ball or a pair of sunglasses, etc. Let the kids take turns putting just their hands in the bag and try to guess what the object is by just feeling with their own hands . Dance around to Dipsy’s Hat Dance. Set out Teletubbies colouring pages and crayons for the kids to color. You can even mount the pages on a vinyl placemat. Let the kids colour them and then “laminate” using clear contact paper. Feed Noonoo. Enlarge a picture of Noonoo. Cut out space near the nozzle part. Toss foam balls into Noonoo. Played like a bean bag toss. Watch a Teletubbies video. This is a great activity for the guests while they are waiting to be picked up. Ask your child to give each guest a “Big Hug” as they depart