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As your guests walk through the door, deck them out with one of these cute headbands. Ask guests to RSVP with their favourite character and then make a headband for each guest before the party. Or have them get crafty during the party.
Make sure you stock up on plain black headbands in bulk. We found a pack of 30 under $15.
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In the card game, Pokémon fuel themselves for attacks with energy cards. Using construction paper, have your kid help you make the different types of Pokémon, then attach them to popsicle sticks and stick them in cups of matching candy separated by colour. Now you've got an easy energy stop!
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Parents should get in on the fun too by dressing up as classic Team Rocket members, Jessie and James.
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Get your kid to help you create Pokémon silhouettes from black construction paper. Then let the guessing game begin. Choose a good variety of easy characters and more challenging ones.
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Sandwich lollipop sticks into the icing of Oreo cookies, dip them in white candy melts, then dip them halfway into red candy melts. Finally, use melted chocolate to complete the Pokéball look. Now watch these cookie pops get gobbled up!
Here's where to buy cheap packs of candy sticks.
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Get a bunch of yellow balloons and draw that iconic face with markers. Go Pika-crazy by doing the same to other yellow party items like cups and hats.
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Find large white lanterns and paint the top half red. Then finish it off with some black construction paper.
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Create an amazing Pokéball cake (or cupcakes) to impress your guests. Pipe red, white and black icing in the Pokéball design on a simple round cake.
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Encourage healthy snacking by setting out a fruit platter in the design of a Pokéball. Spread out strawberries, blueberries, banana slices and add vanilla dip as the finishing touch.
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Give this classic game a Pokémon twist by using a giant Pikachu (or your kid’s favourite Pokémon) who is missing his tail.
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Before your guests leave, make sure they grab their Pokéball loot bag. You can find the ball at Party City and wrap some black electrical tape around it to replicate the look. Stuff it with candy, Pokémon cards or even mini Pokémon figures.
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