Spirit Games – $4
Games – using household items, all are $0
- Opening Ceremonies – create your own tournament torch using a leftover paper towel roll and aluminum foil for the flame. If you happen to have red, orange, or yellow tissue paper in the house, you can upgrade to a more colorful flame.
- Three-Legged Race – partner up and use belts from the closet or rope from the garage to bind legs.
- Individual Sprint – no props needed.
- Relay Race – use leftover paper towel rolls as batons.
- Egg Race – spoons from the kitchen and plastic eggs from your Easter decor.
- Discus – if you have a Frisbee lying around the garage or backyard, this is all you need for a fun and competitive discus toss.
- Closing Ceremonies/Medal Presentation – make medals out of aluminum foil and anything you have around the house to make a medal strap such as giftwrap ribbon or twine.
Feast like a Champion – $4
After the closing ceremonies, go for the gold with these two snack ideas. Only microwave cooking and assembly required.
Popcorn Torch Treats – $2
- Ice cream cones from the dollar store – $1
- Microwave buttered popcorn from the dollar store – $1
- Microwave the popcorn according to package directions.
- Fill each ice cream cone with popcorn to create your torches.
Gold Medal Goodies – $2
- Vanilla sandwich cookies from the dollar store – $1
- Candy rope or candy straws from the dollar store – $1
- Gently twist apart the two sides from each cookie sandwich to separate.
- Into the cream center of one half of the cookie, firmly press the candy ropes (but not so hard as to break the cookies).
- Top with the cookie’s other half and plate your gold medals.