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Kung Fu Panda Birthday Party Ideas in India

Bring some of Po's awesomeness to the party with some great Kung Fu Panda Birthday party ideas that will kick up the fun!

Planning the Party
  • A karate studio is the perfect spot to host a Kung Fu Panda birthday party, especially if your birthday boy or girl goes to karate classes already.
  • A park or your local YMCA or recreation center can provide plenty of space for the kids to run around and burn off energy.
  • Plan the party for a weekend, at least six weeks in advance. This allows for plenty of time to make reservations, allow everyone to make space on their calendar, and gives you ample time to get your Kung Fu Panda party supplies delivered.
  • Rent copies of the two Kung Fu Panda movies to play during the party, or to entertain the kids if the weather turns disagreeable. If hosting a sleepover party then the movies will be the highlight of the evening.
Party Invitations
  • The main character of the movie, Po, worked on a noodle cart so a package of Ramen noodles is a creative invitation choice. Print the party directions out and then glue them to a package of Ramen noodles. Include a set of chopsticks with the noodles!
  • Get a piece of parchment paper and fray the edges using a match or candle. Write the party details in calligraphy, or using a fancy printed font. Roll the paper invitation up and tie it with a red bow, with a pair of chopsticks set in the middle of the bow.
  • Use construction paper to cut out a panda face, or print one on construction paper. Write the party information on the back of the panda.
  • Use cloth to roll martial arts headbands, just like Po wore. Write the party details on the back of the headbands, in permanent marker or using a fabric pen. The guests can then wear their headbands to the Kung Fu birthday party.
  • You can use Kung Fu Panda birthday party supplies including packaged party invitations that will make sending out invites a snap while announcing the theme in style.
Party Games
  • A hunt for the Dragon Scroll is a fun tie-in to the movie. Roll up paper into a scroll, decorated with Chinese characters, tie it up using a red ribbon. Give the kids clues and a map so they can find the Dragon Scroll.
  • Feed Po is a fun game that involves using a large cardboard cutout of the panda, with a hole where his mouth goes. Tossing beanbags into Po's mouth scores each kid points!
  • A twist on the Simon Says game for the Kung Fu Panda birthday party can be Master Shifu Says!
  • If the party is being held at a karate or other martial arts studio, ask the karate instructor to give the kids some easy exercises. This will be a lot of fun for kids who don't typically take karate, and will give those who do an opportunity to show off their learned skills!
  • A pinata is one of the best Kung Fu Panda party ideas for kids who love to let their energy loose! Armed with a bo staff, the kids will have a blast trying to burst open the piñata.
Return Gifts
  • Plastic martial arts toys like throwing stars, bo sticks, and nun chucks are great return gift choices.
  • Bracelets with Chinese characters on them, especially with characters representative of their names, are sure to be fun.
  • Kung Fu Panda party supplies that include stickers, yo-yos, whistles, blow outs, face masks, and other return gifts will keep them in the Kung Fu state of mind long after the party ends.
  • Asian candy, available from most ethnic aisles in your grocery store, will be a sweet treat that delights.
  • Chopsticks are a great return gift that will allow the kids to practice their chopstick skills at home.
Party Food
  • Serve Chinese food, either takeout or homemade. Some choices include steamed rice, chow mein, sweet and sour chicken, egg rolls, dumplings, and other types of noodles. For sleepovers, it can be fun to let the kids pick their favorite Chinese takeout!
  • Tea is a must-have for any Kung Fu birthday party, so be sure to offer sweetened iced tea or hot green tea.
  • If the party guests are old enough, teach them how to use chopsticks to eat. Be sure that you have some forks handy, just in case.
  • Fortune cookies can be a lot of fun, especially if you get a kit where you can customize your own fortunes.
  • Some Kung Fu Panda party ideas for the birthday cake include a sheet cake that features Po, and of course his catch phrase: Skadoosh!
  • Top cupcakes with fortune cookies or with some edible decorations creating perfect panda cup cakes to wow your guests.
Party Decorations
  • Offer each guest a black belt and a Chinese straw hat when they arrive at the party.
  • Some other Kung Fu Panda party ideas to decorate the party space with include paper lanterns and sticks of bamboo. Faux bamboo can be found at any craft supply store.
  • Draw Chinese characters on poster board and decorate the room with them. You could look up the characters that are representative of each child's name and print them out; it could also be a fun game for each party guest to then guess which one is their name!
  • A Kung Fu birthday party banner that reads "Welcome to Steve's DoJo!" is a fun way to welcome your guests to the party.
  • Decorate the party space with posters of the Furious Five characters from the movie; make sure to include all of them!
  • Decorate the party table with Kung Fu Panda party decorations that include cups, napkins, paper plates, chopsticks, and also bamboo placemats.
  • Decorate the party area with Asian-inspired things like parasols and fans, along with plastic nun chucks and throwing stars.