We’ve got a huge range of pool parties for children aged eight and under to enjoy. They’re all fantastic, frenetic fun that are enjoyable for everyone. They’ve been designed specifically for smaller children to take part in and are full of fun activities to keep the kids occupied throughout the party and to make sure they have as much fun as possible.
In this game, the party leader calls out the name of a certain type of bean and then the players perform a specific action associated with that ben. As an example, if the leader calls out “French!”, all the kids must stand like the Eiffel Tower, while if they shout “kidney!”, the children should perform a mushroom float. If “runner!” is called out, then everyone should run around the pool and if “string!” is shouted, then everyone should pencil float. Meanwhile, if the call is “broad!”, the children should perform a star float and for “jumping!”, the kids should jump up and down. Finally, if “Mexican!” is called, all the children need to jump in a star shape shouting “Arriba!”
Crab Catchers Tag
This game requires the players to travel sideways across the pool, avoiding the catchers, which wait in the middle if the pool. Anyone who is caught by a catcher, immediately becomes a catcher themselves, until there are no crabs left.
Navigating their way round obstacles that litter the pool – and not touching them – this game involves the players retrieving objects from the shipwreck on one side of the pool to the desert island on the other. If the kids are split into two groups, then one group collects the objects, while the other group acts as the obstacles.
In this game, players race against each other blowing an egg flip from one side of the pool to the other. Once they reach the other end a team mate takes over to blow it back. The first team to complete this challenge wins the game.
Players must move around or swim while the music plays. As soon as it stops, they must also become completely still. Anyone still moving gets eliminated. The last person left wins.