Under the Sea  
Party Games and Printables 



One of the most popular themes right now is Under the Sea. With all the different sea creatures there are so many different ways to create an under the sea adventure, include some of our FUN Under the Sea Party Games and your party is sure to be a hit! 


Paper Willow Designs-Under the Sea Party Games and Ideas!

Under the Sea Party Printables


Paper Willow Designs-Under the Sea Invitations!
Paper Willow Designs-Under the Sea Printables!

Under the Sea Party Games


Jelly Fish Jumble
Under the Sea party Games 

Ready to get messy?? 

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Objective: Don't get Stung!

Items Needed: Hula Hoops (cross stitch hoops would also be a great way to mix in different sizes to make game play a bit harder) A large playing area. 

Game Play: In the large playing area place the rings close together in a sort of hopscotch pattern. The goal of the players is to jump from each hoop to the next without stepping on the rings or outside of the rings. If they do they are considered to have been "stung" by the jelly fish and are out of the game. After all players take turns move the hoops around and a little further apart from each other. This continues until only one player is left standing! 


Deep Sea Fishing  
Under the Sea party Games 

How many did you catch?!  

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Objective: Fish!

Items Needed:  Magnetic fish set, we found this magnetic fish set over on amazon. It even comes with its only little fish tank! Making game play and set up even easier! If you prefer or want to make things a little harder use a kiddie pool instead of the one included with the games! 

Game Play: Let guest take turns fishing! Before the party starts you can designate a couple of the fish as  "prize catches" that will allow players to win a prize. 


Shark Attack
Under the Sea party Games   

Beware!!!   

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Objective: Don't get bit by the shark! 

Items Needed: Create a shark fin from a head band and some cardboard or purchase one from Amazon here

Game Play: Choose one person to be the shark, their goal? To catch as many little fishes as they can by "Biting" (tagging) them! The last person out becomes the shark for the next round! 


Sand Pit
Under the Sea party Games 

Objective: Who can find the treasure? 

Items Needed: Lots of little plastic toys, stickers, stamps, beads, plastic rings, eye patches, anything that would be fun to find when digging for treasure! Plastic shovels and rakes. A kiddie pool or sand pit full of sand. 

Game Play: Give kiddos small bags and let them have fun digging in the sand looking for treasures. Anything they find goes in their bag to take home! To make things even more fun pick one or two items and mark them with a star. Whoever finds them gets a "BIG" prize! 


Sea Foam!
Under the Sea party Games 

A fun and messy activity! 

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Objective: Have FUN! 

Items Needed:

We found this fun idea and recipe over on Two-daloo.comfollow the link for full instructions! To help you get started we have listed the ingredients needed below: 

  • 1/3 cup water 
  • 1/3 cup Dawn dish soap 
  • 1 tbsp cornstarch (cornflour in the UK)
  • A few squirts of liquid watercolors of your choice color.

Add in fun toys, shells, beaded necklaces, fun little ocean toys, and anything else you can think of! 

Game Play: As this can get messy we do suggest playing outside or placing plastic down. Otherwise there really are no rules besides let the kids have fun! 


Sand Art
Under the Sea party Games 

A memory to take with you!  

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Objective: Create a beautiful sand art piece to take home. 

Items Needed: Sand in various colors, bottles with tops, funnels. Want to make it even easier? We found these sand art kits over on amazon! 

Game Play: Let guests take turns creating their own sand art piece to take home! A great party favor for a nautical theme and a great way for them to remember the fun they had at the party!


Whale, lets talk about it. 
Under the Sea party Games 

A game of memory and secrets 

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Objective: Lets share secrets. 

Items Needed: Friends and a large playing area. Pen and paper. 

Game Play: Have players sit in circles, (for competitive play break players into smaller circles and have them see what team can get the most right) the first player turns to the person on their right and whispers ONE word in their ear. That player must then turn to the person on their right and whisper that word along with another word in their ear. (To keep track of the words used for competitive play and for the host to supervise the final words spoken. After the player has whispered their word in the persons ear they must write it down on the piece of paper WITHOUT letting other players see it.) Once every player has taken a turn and play has reached the last player in the game that player must then recite back all the words in order! (Competitive play: If they get it right they get a point and the second player will now become the first player. This allows a different last player each turn. if they get it wrong they must start over with the first player being the first player again until they get it right.)


Painting Seashells 
Under the Sea party Games 

Another pretty keepsake

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Objective: Be creative! 

Items Needed: Shells in all sorts of shapes and sizes, paints and brushes. 

We found this fun idea over on Pink and Green Mama's blog! Check it out here!

Game Play: A fun and creative way to keep kids busy while there may be a transition between games or activities at your birthday party! Painting seashells that may be taken home with your party guests or have guests sign it and let the birthday person keep the shell and place in a container to remember their big day.