Curious George Party Supplies are full of monkey fun. Children LOVE George because they share the same insatiable curiosity about the world around them. George manages to get himself in all kinds of mischief as he explores everything from clocks to roller skates. While kids are laughing at the misadventures of Curious George, they’re also taking in information about science, engineering and math. Who knew learning could be so fun?
Plan a Curious George party with fun favors, decorations and party games from Discount Party Supplies. The kids can play Pin the Butterfly on the Log with this Curious George Party Game. The game includes an adorable poster of George investigating a butterfly that landed on a log, butterfly stickers for up to 12 players and a blindfold. The person who gets the butterfly closest wins the game.
These Curious George Tote Bags are a must have. Not only are they a great favor bag, the tote bags are reusable and are perfect to take a few toys to Grandma’s house. We’ve also designated reusable tote bags as our library bags during the summer months, which makes it much easier to keep books from getting misplaced.
A bunch or two of bananas makes an inexpensive (and delicious) balloon weight for these adorable Curious George balloons. The kids will crack up when they realize what you’ve done. Just make sure they don’t eat all of the bananas or you could be waving good-bye as the balloons float away.
Since all little monkeys love bananas, you could make banana pops to prevent them from stealing the balloon weights. They’re easy to make ahead of time, or prep the bananas and then let the kids dip them in their favorites. If the kids are making their own pops, dip the bananas at the beginning of the party to give the chocolate time to harden. The recipe makes 2 pops, so increase as needed to make enough for everyone.
- 1 whole Chiquita Banana
- 1/2 cup Chocolate Chips
- 1/4 cup Crisp rice cereal or crushed nuts (optional)
- 2 whole Ice Pop Sticks
- 1 sheet Plastic Wrap
- 1 sheet Wax Paper
Peel the banana, cut it in half width-wise and insert the sticks part way into each banana half. Wrap in plastic wrap and freeze for about an hour. Put the chocolate chips in a microwave-safe bowl and melt them on half power, checking every 10 seconds so they don’t burn. Dip the frozen bananas in the melted chocolate till they’re coated. Dip in rice cereal or crushed nuts, if you like. Place on wax paper and put in the freezer to set for at least one hour.