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Landon’s best buddy, Nathan, turned 3 a while ago. He had such a fabulous fire truck birthday party. His mom (one of MY best buddies!), Kelli, went all out with everything fire fighter and fire truck – after all Nathan’s dad is a fire fighter. The food was all themed around fire fighters, there were cute crafts, and the unforgettable home made cardboard fire trucks that we had fire truck races in.
I hope that if you have plans for a fire truck birthday party you can use some of these ideas. It seriously would be one of the best birthday parties!
Fire Hoses (hot dogs), with 911 and Wildfire Sauce (mustard and ketchup), Mighty Mac Salad (Macaroni Salad), 3 Alarm Chili, and Fire Truck Fuel (Punch/Juice).
An adorable jello mold of a fire truck with fruit in it was also served.
When we arrived, there were several stations set up of fire truck and fire fighter related activities. There were fire truck puzzles several fire truck crafts set up (she got them at oriental trading company I believe). It was a great way to fill the time while waiting for everyone to arrive. There were also fire hats and mini toy fire extinguisher for each child.
There was also a poster with a cut out for the kids to put their face in and have their picture taken as a fire fighter and a game of pin the fire hat on the fire dog.
The family had also made a home made fire bell pinata, which was a lot of fun for the kids to swing at and eventually fill their bags with candy from.
I think the most memorable game was the fire races.
DIY Fire Trucks
Cardboard box, red spray paint, black paper plates, some yellow and white paper, and a strap to hold it on . These fire trucks were such fun!
The kids lined up for a race and ran around the yard to put out the “fire” (red and orange tissue paper tucked in some firewood logs). They all asked to race over and over; this was Landon’s favorite part of the party.
A huge “Thank you!” to Kelli for throwing such a great party and being willing for me to share what she did with all of you!
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