Step Right Up to Your Next School CarnivalApril 4, 2018 7:51 pm
So, you volunteered for the school carnival planning committee and now you’re thinking, “great, now what?” Never fear, we are here to help.
Ask anyone what they think of when you say “carnival” and it will give you some great ideas for school carnival games and concessions. Red and white stripes, carousels and Ferris wheels, elephant ears, funnel cakes and the Big Top. Recreating the fun of the carnival (on a somewhat smaller scale) is actually easier than you think.
The red and white booth tents are the iconic trademark of the carnival and great for selling concessions or setting up “win a stuffed animal” classic booth games.
The smell of gourmet popcorn popping…. mmmm. Who could resist?!
An authentic cotton candy making machine is awesome. For the wow factor, try our LED sticks to make your cotton candy glow in the dark!
We’re all about the concessions that create delicious smells (and bring the crowds in). Mini donuts definitely fall into that category. Our famous piping hot and fresh state fair mini donuts are made to order in less than 40 seconds.
We offer 22 different types of taffy in our rolling display Salt Water Taffy Bar. Try our chicken and waffle flavor!
The Haunted House Inflatable is a massive maze that can hold 16-20 children at a time or 10-12 adults. The inflatable is full of scary pop-outs and semi-lit hallways. Add scary music for additional atmosphere.
Add the authentic carnival feel to your booth games with giant stuffed animals as prizes.
Ring a Duck
This is a classic ring toss game. Jumbo ducks float around while your guests try to toss large size rings around their necks.
Tic Tac Toe
Did you know that Tic Tac Toe is one of the oldest games invented?
No school carnival is complete without dunking the principal or a favorite teacher. This is sure to be a money maker for your fundraising event.
“Life is like a carnival ride. You can play it safe and ride the merry-go-round or ride the rollercoaster for all its glory and thrills, ups and downs, twists and turns.”
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