What games are at a circus?

10 Fun Games for a Kids Circus Party

What games are at a circus?

10 Fun Games for a Kids Circus Party

  • 01 of 10. Caught in the Clown Car. Alistair Berg / Getty Images.
  • 02 of 10. Flaming Hoops.
  • 03 of 10. Pie in the Face.
  • 04 of 10. Circus Train Parade.
  • 05 of 10. Clean Up After the Elephant.
  • 06 of 10. Clown Pants.
  • 07 of 10. Musical Circus Rings.
  • 08 of 10. Tightrope Walker.

What do I need for a circus themed party?

Other Circus Party Supplies

  1. Circus Play Tent.
  2. Red Clown Noses.
  3. Barnum’s Animal Cracker Boxes.
  4. Red & White Striped Tablecloth.
  5. Circus Photo Booth Background.

What food is served at a circus?


  • Hot Dogs.
  • Mild or Hot Sausage.
  • Meat Ball Sandwiches.
  • Popcorn.
  • Snow Cones.
  • Ice Cream.
  • Funnel Cakes.
  • Nachos and Cheese.

How do you plan a circus party?

These circus party ideas include fun decorations and food to serve, ideas of what to do at your party, and free printables to make your circus theme party really pop!…Here’s a list of some of the things we served:

  1. Cotton Candy.
  2. Rock Candy.
  3. Circus Peanuts.
  4. Popcorn.
  5. Nachos.
  6. Licorice.
  7. Candy.
  8. Circus Animal Cookies.

What kind of food is served at a circus?

Do it yourself carnival games for kids?

From trunk or treat events to school fundraisers, these homemade carnival games are easy to make, easy to win, and fun for all.

  1. 01 of 10. Pick a Duck.
  2. 02 of 10. Water Coin Drop.
  3. 03 of 10. Balloon Pop.
  4. 04 of 10. Gone Fishing.
  5. 05 of 10. Dino Dig.
  6. 06 of 10. Bobbing for Apples.
  7. 07 of 10. Bean Bag Toss.
  8. 08 of 10. Spin the Wheel.

What is the most famous snack for circuses?

Cotton candy, or “floss” as it is known in circus lingo, is a bit notorious among the staff. The sugary-sweet treat has a reputation of covering hair, clothes, even eyebrows while it’s being spun. “If cotton candy could stay 3,000 feet away from my equipment, then I’d like it,” joked McKenna, the production intern.

How carnival games are rigged?

The reality: Bottom pins can be filled with lead, making them as heavy as 10 pounds each. The softballs you throw may be filled with cork to make them lighter than regulation balls. And the bottles may be stacked against a backdrop curtain that helps prevent them from falling.