The thought of having a Team Umizoomi birthday party can be intimidating since Team Umizoomi party hats, napkins, plates, and balloons haven’t hit stores as yet. However, you can still throw a great Team Umizoomi birthday party for your favorite Geo, Milli, and Bot fan.
Of course, for those moms and dads who are both creative and crafty, Nickelodeon has a great website with a wide range of party decoration and game ideas: www.nickjr.com/team-umizoomi-party. With ideas and templates for fun Team Umizoomi birthday party treats including Milli and Bot cupcakes and Umi Number Cookies, you can plan a complete Team Umizoomi birthday in the comfort of your own home.
If you’re anything like me and have limited artistic capabilities, you can still throw a fun Team Umizoomi party without going completely crazy. If your Team Umizoomi birthday party is being held in your home, consider utilizing the television to show your child’s favorite Team Umizoomi episodes during the party. Since Team Umizoomi DVDs are yet to be released, you can TiVo, DVR, or On Demand capabilities to record and replay recent Team Umizoomi shows. Although TV isn’t always the best party guest, it can make party planning easy for those of us who aren’t great at party games.
And the Nick Jr. website above gives a few ideas for easy (aka no cutting, coloring, or pasting) Team Umizoomi party games including the Team Umizoomi Trivia Game and a cute dance pattern game where everyone does the patented Team Umizoomi crazy shakes.
Planning for your Team Umizoomi birthday party can be as complicated or low maintenance as you’d like to make it. Remember that laidback parties (think playdate with cupcakes) can be especially fun for younger kids with short attention spans. Good luck in using your mighty math powers to throw a fun and affordable Team Umizoomi bash.