Over the past year or so, our children have begun watching Veggie Tales. As the series has quickly become a favorite with our son, we celebrated his fourth birthday party with the Veggie Tales.
Cheesy Chicken and Rice
BBQ Ranch Drumsticks
Burgers and Hot dogs
Crackers and Cheese
Mr. Twisty's Twisted Cheese Curls
Bob the Tomato Cake
Games and Crafts
The fantastic thing about this version of 'pin the tail' is that there really is no wrong place for the children to pin the hairbrush. (Especially since Larry doesn't have any hair.)
|Pin the hairbrush on Larry|
In the past years our children have helped prepare the house for their parties and this year was no exception! They helped make decorations for the party.
|Moe and the Big Exit Coloring Page|
|Various Coloring Pages|
|Coloring Pages of Junior, Larry, and King George and his Ducky|
I decorated balloons as characters from the show to decorate both inside and outside the house.
I painted paper towel and toilet paper rolls to create characters from the show to decorate the kitchen.
|Veggie Tales Toilet Paper Rolls|
I prepared materials for the guests to make their own Veggie Tales Stained Glass pictures to take home. Unfortunately, we did not have time to make the craft.
|Veggie Tales Stained 'Glass' craft|
I recycled the box I painted for my daughter's party as a hay bale and turned it into a basket. We purchased some cheap, plastic fruits and veggies for the children to toss into the basket.
I used my teen's Veggie Tales toys to decorate the dining room table and the living room. (My littles love being able to play with these figures.)
Veggie Toss Idea
Twintough's Instagram Photo of Larry, Bob, and Peas Desert
My Dirty Apron's Veggie Tales Party
Mom's Quest to Teach Veggie Tales Balloons
Mom's Quest to Teach Veggie Tales Toilet Paper Rolls
Mom's Quest to Teach Veggie Tales Stained Glass Craft
Our son received a Larry plush for his birthday. My daughter promptly decided she wanted it and my 4 year old son gave it to her. So sweet.