Everyone will have a great time with these Fun
Sleepover Ideas. 45 sleepover party ideas that are guaranteed for a good time.
Fun Sleepover Ideas
The next time you host a sleepover, you will want to try some of these sleepover games and party activities. Whether you are hosting a slumber party for a birthday party or just because, there are endless ideas for sleepover activities.
You might also like to make some of these easy
Cake Mix Cookies to serve for dessert or snacks. Another fun idea is to let everyone make their own pizzas.
1. DIY Color Changing Polish
Party guests will enjoy this super cool color changing nail polish. It can also double as a party favor for tweens.
Do Color Changing Polish
DIY Color Changing Nail Polish is so simple to make and a blast to use. See the Recipe
2. Make Color Changing Slime
Let the kids make slime that changes colors. It is fun to create this and play with it.
Make Color Changing Slime
You can actually change the color of the slime by using your hands or ice cubes.
Check out this recipe
3. Make Perler Beads Bracelets
Kids can choose from an assortment of perler beads to make the perfect bracelet for themselves. If they like to make friendship bracelets, they will enjoy making perler bead bracelets.
Make Perler Beads Bracelets
It’s very simple to make. Kids will love getting creative and making their own design.
Check out this recipe
4. Make Popsicle Stick Bracelets
Popsicle sticks are inexpensive and easily transform into cool bracelets. Kids will be amazed how they bend into these cool bracelets.
Make Popsicle Stick Bracelets
I’m always looking for new craft tutorials that are simple to make and not expensive. This one does not disappoint.
Check out this recipe
5. DIY Charcoal Mask
Pamper the girls with a charcoal mask perfect for a spa night. This is much cheaper than buying masks at the store and you can control the ingredients.
DIY Charcoal Mask
Learn how to make this easy DIY Charcoal Mask to remove impurities from your skin. See the Recipe
6. Glow in the Dark Theme
Try some of these glow in the dark party games for a festive and budget friendly activity. There is something so fun and magical about glow in the dark games.
Glow in the Dark Theme
Find over 20 Glow in the dark party ideas that are easy and budget-friendly. See the Recipe
7. Make Kool-Aid Lip Balm
Allow kids to choose their favorite flavor of Kool-Aid and everyone ca make their own lip balm. This is a great activity for kids and they have something to take home as well.
Make Kool-Aid Lip Balm
Make this super easy diy lip gloss for kids that is a blast to make and use. See the Recipe
8. Watch Scary Movies
Choose from a scary movie and everyone can watch in their sleeping bags. Don’t forget to make sure this is ok with parents.
Watch Scary Movies
Great list of horror movies for 13-year-olds and up – ultimate list of teenage scary movies! See the Recipe
9. Movie Night Bingo
Bingo is so much fun for all ages and you can even have prizes if you choose. This classic game will provide tons of smiles and giggles.
Movie Night Bingo
When you see one of the pictures of actions happening in the movie you're watching, you mark it off. The first one to get BINGO (horizontal, vertical or diagonal) wins! See the Recipe
10. Backyard Camping
Gather the camping supplies and go camping in the back yard. This is an easy idea but kids love camping out. Everyone will have a blast staying in their very own tent or blanket fort.
Whether you’re having a backyard camping birthday party or a romantic backyard camping pajama party or backyard camping date night, use these tips as your camping checklist. See the Recipe
11. Make Chocolate Popsicles
Every sleepover needs a good snack and these popsicles do not disappoint! They are loaded with chocolate and so easy to make. Ice Cream is always a hit.
Make Chocolate Popsicles
The entire recipe was really fast and easy. It did not take hardly any time to mix these together. See the Recipe
12. Play Scavenger Hunt
Send the kids on a scavenger hunt and get them outside. This is always so much fun. It is not necessary, but you can offer prizes to the winners if you want.
Play Scavenger Hunt
This list of creative scavenger hunt ideas should offer some inspiration to get you going. Make your list, tell your kids to sharpen their observational skills, and happy hunting! See the Recipe
13. Board Games
Don’t underestimate the fun of board games. These classic games always spark laughter. This is a great example of not having to spend a bunch of money on fun sleepover games.
Whether your sleepover is an epic girl's night, a night for the boys, or an eclectic mix of besties, these 15 awesome sleepover games are sure to liven up your party. See the Recipe
14. Pillow Games
Kids will love a good old-fashioned pillow fight. Don’t overlook these classic activities that are timeless. This classic sleepover game is a blast and never gets old.
No sleepover is complete without some good, old-fashioned pillow fighting! Break out the pillows and let the games begin with these fun ideas. See the Recipe
15. Pen and Paper Games
With just a simple piece of paper, you can have so much fun with these pen and paper games. There are several ideas to choose from.
Pen and Paper Games
All you need is a pen or pencil and paper to play! See the Recipe
16. Combination Man Drawing Game
Put everyone’s drawing skills to the test with this fun drawing game.
Exquisite Corpse Drawing Game
In the game, a group of people take turns drawing sections of a human body, passing the covered drawing to the next person, and adding to the next drawing. See the Recipe
17. Serve Hot Chocolate
The kids will get excited about a hot cocoa bar. Serve hot chocolate with all the toppings for the perfect snack.
Serve Hot Chocolate Bomb
Hot Chocolate Bombs are so easy to make and a ton of fun to enjoy. Not only are they decadent but you will save money making these at home. See the Recipe
18. Spin the Nail Polish Bottle
This fun activity is a blast to play and see what colors everyone ends up with.
Spin the Nail Polish Bottle
Spin the Nail Polish is a fun variation of the classic party game Spin the Bottle. See the Recipe
19. Spa-themed Sleepover
Spa themed parties always turn out great. Everyone can paint their nails and get pampered.
These three spa-themed sleepover party games can help make your soiree a success. See the Recipe
20. DIY Face Mask
Anyone can easily make this face mask and the girls will have a blast using it.
DIY Face Mask
An easy yet perfectly natural recipe for glowing skin. This is also a great recipe if you have oily skin. See the Recipe
21. Face Painting
Let everyone choose a design and they can get their face painted.
Homemade face paint is an affordable, easy way to celebrate Halloween, without the toxins of store-bought face paint. See the Recipe
22. Play Murder in the Dark
See who can make the correct guess.
Play Murder in the Dark
Murder in the Dark is a truly fun nighttime game. A great game for parties, camp, and youth groups. This is the simplified version and after that is another version that is also lots of fun. See the Recipe
23. Do a Science Experiment
While this is packed full of learning, it is so much fun to do as well.
Do a Science Experiment
Each of these easy STEM challenges and science experiments will take about 30 minutes to complete from start to finish. See the Recipe
24. DIY Pillowcase
Kids can decorate their pillowcase for a super fun activity and cute party favor.
Learn how to make personalized pillowcases using Tulip Fabric Markers. Kids will have a blast coloring on their pillows— it’s a great way to get creative and burn off some extra energy before bedtime! See the Recipe
25. Brown Sugar Scrub
This luxurious scrub smells amazing and works great. It is fun to make and use.
Brown Sugar Body Scrub
You are going to love this brown sugar body scrub. It smells so good and it feels even better on your skin.
Check out this recipe
26. Play Dance Freeze
Get everyone moving with this classic came of freeze dance.
Play Dance Freeze
To increase aerobic fitness through ongoing dance. See the Recipe
27. Play “Would You Rather”
Get to know each other better with this would you rather questions.
Play “Would You Rather”
This classic question game makes players think about what they value most, be it funny or serious, and will help you connect in a fast and silly way. See the Recipe
28. Tiktok Sleepover
Try a themed sleepover with this Tiktok version complete with props and more.
TikTok party decorations and party stuff should include the theme colors of black, white, teal, and hot pink (the TikTok colors!). See the Recipe
29. Ask Each Other Random Questions
Kids will love these random questions and getting to know everyone. It is so much fun and absolutely zero cost.
Ask Each Other Random Questions
These sleepover conversation starters will fill you with joy and excitement and kickstart the party! See the Recipe
30. Card Games
Round up a deck of cards and choose one of these card games to play. They are super fun.
If you want to be remembered by your friends as being the best host, here are the most unique card games that will help you and your friends create happy and amazing memories. See the Recipe
31. Play Two Truths and a Lie
Find out who can bluff their way through this game in Two Truths and a Lie.
Play Two Truths and a Lie
We've included the best Two Truths and a Lie examples and ideas for every situation: your childhood, family, food, achievements, hidden talents and more! See the Recipe
32. Watch Classic 90s Teen Movies
Introduce the kids to classic 90’s teen movies and make a popcorn bar to enjoy. This movie marathon is easy and fun.
Watch Classic 90s Teen Movies
Rather than hosting the classic slumber party, throw a spring-spirited movie night! Nothing says girls' night in like some '90’s classics. See the Recipe
33. Play Charades
The laughter will be endless when you play charades.
Whether you're hosting a crowd or declaring a family screen-free night, these charade ideas and words will keep everyone entertained. See the Recipe
34. Minute to Win it Games
Simple minute to win it games take very little effort to play but provide so much fun.
Minute to Win it Games
Easy minute to win it games with no supplies are suitable for interacting whenever and wherever you are. The winner is identified within a minute of playing. See the Recipe
35. Decorate Monster Cupcakes
Enjoy a yummy treat and lots of fun decorating these Monster Cupcakes.
Decorate Monster Cupcakes
This cupcake recipe is surprisingly simple but the results are absolutely adorable. They look so fun and taste delicious with buttercream frosting. See the Recipe
36. DIY Trampoline
Transform the trampoline into a cool setup with twinkle lights, tents and much more.
This setup is sure to create unforgettable summer memories—and we created a step-by-step guide on everything you'll need. See the Recipe
37. Glow in the Dark Games
Once it gets dark, let the kids play these Glow-in the Dark Games for so much fun and excitement.
Glow in the Dark Games
It goes beyond just glow sticks! Here are some ideas (and links on Amazon) to get you started. See the Recipe
38. Play the Sticky Note Story Game
You will be impressed how much fun this game is with just pack of sticky notes. It is definitely easy and inexpensive.
Play the Sticky Note Story Game
No matter what the party theme, this is a super fun game with Post-it Notes! (Definitely add it to your sticky note it ideas!) See the Recipe
39. Play with Hairstyles
Braid the girls hair or let them choose a favorite hair style to create. They will love being glammed up and it’s an inexpensive activity.
Play with Hairstyles
Of all the types of braids, the fishtail braid is one of the most intimidating. But worry not — it's way simpler than it seems. See the Recipe
40. Popcorn Night
Snacks are a must for any sleepover. Set up a popcorn bar and include lots of different flavors and topping choices.
We’ve rounded up 55 recipes for flavored popcorn that you can make at home. See the Recipe
41. DIY Bouncy Balls
Learn how to make a bouncy ball and this DIY glows in the dark. It is so much fun.
DIY Bouncy Balls
These are so cool and very simple to make. This recipe makes 2 bouncy balls and will provide so much fun.
Check out this recipe
42. DIY Painted Rocks
Get some rocks from your yard and lots of different paint colors. Kids can paint rocks for lots of smiles.
DIY Painted Rocks
It is so fun to make these DIY Painted Rocks. The kids and I have a blast coming up with new designs and the entire DIY is so frugal. See the Recipe
43. Chalk Painting
Chalk is budget friendly and everyone can draw and create lots of fun pictures and designs.
It’s easy and inexpensive to make. Plus, it will keep them entertained for hours! See the Recipe
44. Fun Flashlight Games
Give everyone a flashlight and play some of these fun games. We love to play flashlight tag.
Fun Flashlight Games
Turn any old night at home into a memorable evening with these twists on old classics. Psst! We threw in a few new inventions, too. Read on to light up your night. See the Recipe
45. Fashion Show Sleepover
Every sleepover needs a fashion show and there are so many fabulous ideas you can try. You can also do a talent show and have a karaoke machine set up. It might also be fun to have a photo booth.
Fashion Show Sleepover
Make sure to plan ahead by saving household items like paper towel rolls (these can be wands, scepters, etc.), cereal boxes, and other items that can be decorated and/or turned into props. See the Recipe