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Train Party Supplies, Train Birthday Party

Train party supplies are a great way to get the little engineers in your household excited for a party! Decorate your party tables in delightful train fashion with these wonderful train themed plates, cups, napkins, tablecovers and more. And, don’t forget to decorate your big day in train style with matching train balloons, piñatas and other fun train decorations. Take a ride on the rails and get ready for an awesome train party with the help of these fantastic train party supplies!

Train Birthday Party Ideas

All aboard!! Transform your home or yard into a train station and invite your guests to board the birthday party train. Here are a few ideas for fun birthday party activities and food.


Ticket Booth: If you are planning on handing out goodie bags at the end of the party, make it super fun by creating a 'ticket booth' out of a large cardboard box. At the end of the party, give each guest a ticket that they can use to 'redeem' their goodie bag. Have your child positioned inside the box to hand out the goodie bags. This will also give your child a chance to thank each guest one at a time for attending their party.

Conductor Says: This game is played like "Simon Says..." except all requests are train-related. The 'conductor' starts by saying, "Conductor Says go choo-choo”. The kids would then say "choo-choo" If Conductor doesn't start the request with "Conductor Says" and only says to choo-choo like a train, the players would not say "choo-choo". Continue with various train related commands (like 'back up your caboose' or 'blow your train whistle'). It is the guests' goal to stay in as long as possible. Winner gets a small prize.

Make Your Own Train Station: Set up a crafting station where kids can decorate and create their own train car. Before the party, gather shoes boxes or other assorted rectangular shaped boxes, cover them with plain paper, and attach a long string to the 'front' of the box so they are ready for the kids to decorate. Have plenty of crayons, markers, stickers, glue, construction paper, etc...and let creativity take over.

Red Light, Green Light: Each of the kids are a train and a parent is the train engineer. Make two large light signs from heavy cardstock, one red and one green. Guests line up at the starting line. The ‘engineer’ holds up the green "light" and all of the trains move forward. When the engineer holds up the red "light", everybody stops. If anyone moves forward while the red light is up, they must return to the starting line. The first one to reach the finish wins.


Choo Choo Chex Mix: Mix up your own version of this classic kid friendly snack by combining chex cereal, cheerios, raisins, pretzels, peanuts (if allergies are not a concern) and chocolate covered candies (like M&M's).

Hobo Packets: Kids will love this! This recipe combines hamburgers with onions, baby carrots, and potatoes in individually cooked foil packets. Place all ingredients in a foil packet, season with salt and pepper, seal tightly and grill or bake. Be sure that adults help to open the cooked packets as they will be hot and steamy.

Bandana napkins: Give guests bandanas instead of paper napkins to use at mealtime/cake time.

Beverage Station: Serve beverages in containers marked “Diesel Fuel”, “Water Tower”, etc. Guests will love refueling at the beverage station!