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Decorate Your Next Party with Yo Gabba Gabba Party Supplies

Yo Gabba Gabba party supplies are a fun way to decorate your birthday party or other fabulous celebration. But, do you know how Yo Gabba Gabba started? Well, if you’ve ever wondered how the kid’s show came about, let us tell you.

Yo Gabba Gabba History

Yo Gabba Gabba wasn’t created by network executives or writers at Nickelodeon. Instead, it came about when two fathers (Christian Jacobs and Scott Schultz) decided that they didn’t like the kids television shows their kids were watching. They had a little experience with cameras having produced skateboarding videos together when they teenagers, but wanted something a lively and fun. They wanted the show to be entertaining and have regular segments with established stars and artists.

In 1999, Jacobs and Schultz produced a pilot and began shopping it around amongst the networks. Gaining no ground there, they placed their show on the internet, and, after some time, it began to grow a following there. Later, Yo Gabba Gabba would be viewed by Jared Hess (the director of Napoleon Dynamite and other movies) who mentioned the show to a Nickelodeon executive, Brown Johnson. She must have liked it because the show would first air on Nickelodeon in August of 2007.

Yo Gabba Gabba Characters

The Yo Gabba Gabba characters are a colorful bunch of amusing creatures. There’s Muno, the tall and a bit clumsy red cyclops, Plex, a yellow robot, Foofa, a pink female who loves flowers, Toodee, an arctic cat-dragon (who came up with that one?) and Brobee, a green, friendly monster. Finally, DJ Lance Rock serves as a sort of host/narrator and Is a friend to the others.

Yo Gabba Gabba Show Segments

Yo Gabba Gabba features a number of regular segments on the show. “The Super Music Friends Show” is a musical segment that features the shows guests, “Cool Tricks” lets a child or adult demonstrate a unique talent, “Storytime” features children telling their stories and there are many more. Each segment is enjoyable in its own way. Generally, the music and stars in the different segments are certainly less annoying for parents, say than a song or segment from Dora the Explorer.

Yo Gabba Gabba Birthday Supplies

Enjoy Yo Gabba Gabba birthday supplies at your next party! Inexpensive and fun, our discount Yo Gabba Gabba party supplies are a hit in any party setting!

It’s fun and young and all kids love some Yo Gabba Gabba. Have a fun and silly birthday party with a Yo Gabba Gabba theme for your young ones. These are just a few ideas for planning the ultimate Yo Gabba Gabba birthday party.

Activities

Yo Gabba Gabba Piñata – Get a Yo Gabba Gabba piñata and be sure to have colorful confetti included just like the Yo Gabba Gabba theme. Have each child take their chance at the piñata!

DJ Lance Dance Party – Play some fun tunes including some tunes from Yo Gabba Gabba. You can even set up a TV to have DJ Lance play some of the kids’ favorite songs so they can dance along with the Yo Gabba Gabba characters.

Balloon Dancing – Though it’s not exactly “dancing,” kids will love this activity. Before the party, add colorful confetti into balloons and then blow them up. Set them around on the floor and have kids dance around to music. When the music stops, they have to sit on a balloon and watch the confetti dance around them!

Party in My Tummy – Play Brobee’s Party in My Tummy song during this Gabba version of Pin the Tail on the Donkey. Blindfold each child and have them try to stick on pictures of different food onto a blown up picture of Brobee with his pink tummy. This game is great for smaller kids and for even squeezing in a nutritional lesson!

Food

Rainbow Snack Bar – Set out colorful snacks like M&Ms, cut up veggies like carrot sticks and pepper slices. Combine healthy and sweet options for a fun Party in My Tummy snack!

Gabba Gabba Pizzas – Make individual pizzas with different toppings, and use those toppings to make funny faces. You can use pepperoni or salami slices for cheeks, olive slices for eyes, onion slices for a nose or mouth. Kids can even build their own (with adult supervision, of course).

DJ Lance Cake – This is a Gabba Gabba twist on a regular vanilla cake with chocolate icing. Make a round cake smothered with chocolate icing. Then top the top half with shredded coconut dyed using orange food coloring to look like DJ Lance’s hat. Then add vanilla icing with brown M&Ms for eyes and wrap around licorice whips for the glasses.

Foofa Flower Cakes – Make regular cupcakes in your desired flavor, but using a flower cookie cutter, cut out a flower shape to look like Foofa’s flowers. Add colorful icing and candy toppings for fun, individual cupcakes.
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