We made stand up Pokémon by printing pictures across two sheets of paper, cutting them out, and attaching them to poster board with double sided tape. Then taped them to stakes from garage sale signs.
Then, we made a "pokedex" guide so the kids would know which Pokémon to look for and we hid them around the park.
We found some pokeball wafers online and stuck them into the frosting of store bought cupcakes.
Our favors were plastic character cups filled with rubber bracelets, 3-packs of Pokémon trading cards, and mini poke balls with tiny figurines inside.
We also set up a "build a Pokémon gym" activity with Ogobild parts.
Next, we made a Pokémon discovery activity using a printable "design your own Pokémon" worksheet from Pinterest and blank paper Pokémon cards for the kids to draw on.
Finally, we used a kids parachute toy and mini red and white beach balls as a pokeball toss activity.
- Dollar Tree garage sale signs
- Printer & paper
- Beach balls
- Parachute toy
- Open play building set
- Duct tape
- Double sided tape
- Party favors
- Miscellaneous decorations