These slumber party games are fun for all children, from kids to tweens to teens.
Few things in a child’s life are more exciting than a good old-fashioned slumber party. Sleepovers are a rite of passage for many children, and a timeless tradition that fosters closeness and bonding between friends, classmates, or cousins. And there are plenty of reasons for parents to love sleepovers too. Did you know that spending even one night away from home can help children learn important life skills by taking them out of their comfort zone and encouraging independence, growth, and maturing? Kids inherently love sleepovers because they tend to mean special treats, extended bedtimes, and extra playtime with their best pals. But if you want to throw a truly unforgettable sleepover, you might have to think outside the box. Go beyond the traditional pillow fights and Truth or Dare with this fun list of the best sleepover party games for kids to play. The early evening is best for active fun, like outdoor sports or a backyard scavenger hunt. But indoor sleepover games can be just as fun. From Spin the Nail Polish to musical sleeping bags, to emoji bingo and more, these clever ideas are sure to make your child’s slumber party a dream come true. (Check out our best indoor activities for kids too!)
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