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Lion King Party Supplies, Lion King Birthday Party

Lion King Party Supplies are here! First released in 1994, Disney’s classic move The Lion King continues to be popular today with kids of all ages. These wonderful birthday supplies feature a young Simba and Nala, Timon and Pumbaa playfully singing and smiling away. Celebrate your next birthday party with the help of these amazing Lion King party supplies! Hakuna Matata!

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Lion King Birthday Ideas

Invite all your friends plus Simba, Nahla and of course Timon and Pumba to a surefire birthday party blast using the Lion King theme. Dance along to the movie’s best songs, dress up like your favorite character or play games in the jungle with these ideas for a Lion King birthday party.

Activities

Get the Grubs – Timon and Pumbaa love grubs and taught Simba the satisfaction of finding grubs. Make the game a little more kid-friendly with gummy grubs (gummy worms). Hide them around your house or in clear plastic eggs (“cocoons”) in your garden for a fun scavenger hunt.

Safari Hunt – Simba is King of the Jungle and create a fun safari for your guests in your house. Decorate the living room with brown carton paper and green oaktag to create a jungle feel. Add colorful streamers to be vines or even plastic animals like monkeys and birds. In your new jungle land, let the kids play “I Spy” on safari – provide a list of different safari animals, and have the kids hunt around for them, crossing them off the list as they go.

Rafiki’s Paintings – Have a craft corner with watercolor to paint cups or mugs like Rafiki does. For smaller kids, use watercolor and craft paper. Print out pictures of Rafiki and tape them up to the wall to get kids in the mood. For extra fun, add brown kitchen paper to the wall in the shape of a tree to set the scene.

Who am I – Paste a photo and a character’s name onto an index card and make a bunch of options using everything from Simba to simply “monkey.” Then each child acts out what the card says and the others have to guess.

Food

Jungle Treats – Provide a colorful spread of jungle-esq treats like gummy worms, Swedish fish candies, and animal crackers in shapes like monkeys, lions and bears. Add Fruit Loops into the mix for extra color.

Ants on a Log – They may not be grubs, but they’re the next best thing and a favorite for kids. Cut up crunchy pieces of celery and smother them with crunchy peanut butter, then add raisins. Serve on platters for everyone to enjoy.

Lion King Cupcakes – Simba liked to eat zebra and antelope, but those aren’t exactly kid-friendly choices. Make your own version with buttercream icing atop your cupcakes. Swirl chocolate and vanilla icing for zebra cakes, add fondant “antlers” for antelope, and mix caramel and chocolate icing for leopard cakes.

The Lion’s Share – Serve up platters of chicken drumsticks and sirloin skewers for all the little cubs. Dress up your skewers with pineapple slices or thick slices of onions.