you’ve played pin the tail on the donkey, now play pin the pinwheel… on the pinwheel! now with added pinwheels! (i get $1 every time i say pinwheel)
there are two parts to this printable : the sheet that you pin things onto will need to be printed A3 and then the pinwheel shapes to stick on to theA3 page can be printed on A4 (there’s 2 to a page)
do you know how to play? players take turns to be blindfolded (& turned around a few times to make them a little extra disorientated) and then try to pin their pinwheel as close to the empty pinwheel stick as they can. whoever’s pinwheel shape is stuck closest, wins. if you want to use small thumb tacks or map pins it would be best to pin this to a cork board or piece of corrugated cardboard otherwise, use double sided tape or blue-tack.
last year my son was crazy about alice in wonderland, so for his third birthday he asked for an ‘alice in wonderland’ themed party. we played “pin the grin on the cheshire cat”. click here to see pictures! its a good game for fitting into any theme, really.
purchase this template in a kit with the rest of the birthday month templates