Boy's birthday script 7 years old

The birth­day of a child at any age should be spe­cial. To make it a suc­cess, you need to choose the right place, decide on the theme, pick up the best con­tests and games. From the mate­r­i­al in this arti­cle, you will learn about the sce­nario options for a 7‑year-old boy’s birth­day.

Choosing a place for the holiday

You can cel­e­brate your child’s birth­day not only at home. It can be done:

  • in a cafe with an exist­ing chil­dren’s area;
  • in the play cen­ter with a play­ground;
  • on a spe­cial­ly equipped play­ground;
  • on the street (for exam­ple, in the adja­cent ter­ri­to­ry of a pri­vate house or cot­tage).

In addi­tion, depend­ing on the place of res­i­dence, it is pos­si­ble to orga­nize a cel­e­bra­tion of the birth­day of a 7‑year-old boy in a spe­cial cre­ative stu­dio equipped with every­thing nec­es­sary for a the­mat­ic event.

When choos­ing one or anoth­er option, a num­ber of nuances are tak­en into account, for exam­ple:

  • the num­ber of invit­ed guests;
  • the dura­tion of the cel­e­bra­tion;
  • chil­dren’s inter­ests and hob­bies;
  • time of day for the event;
  • the bud­get allo­cat­ed for the hol­i­day;
  • chil­dren’s abil­i­ty to solve game tasks.

In addi­tion, tak­ing into account the age of the par­tic­i­pants, the place is select­ed so that the chil­dren have free access to the table and the toi­let room. Also, do not for­get such a nuance as the pos­si­bil­i­ties of the play­ing space (its area, the pos­si­bil­i­ty of orga­niz­ing an event in a spe­cif­ic top­ic). The cho­sen option should be com­fort­able for all par­tic­i­pants.

The atmos­phere must be intrigu­ing — the show pro­gram must be orga­nized in full. If the select­ed options are not suit­able, you can spend your son’s birth­day at home. At the same time, it is desir­able that there is enough space for every­one. If pos­si­ble, you can cel­e­brate in a spe­cial room for chil­dren’s quests.

As for the deci­sion to choose the street as the venue, every­thing can be spoiled by bad ather. Also, this option is not suit­able for cel­e­brat­ing the birth­day of a child who was born in the cold sea­son. Few of the guests want to hold a game pro­gram in the cold.


The theme of the birth­day of a boy of 7 years old can be uni­ver­sal or extra­or­di­nary. Pre­vi­ous­ly, par­ents invit­ed clowns to such an event. Today, this trend is out­dat­ed, and besides, clowns do not cause good emo­tions for many chil­dren — on the con­trary, they scare chil­dren.

Mod­ern boys live in a world of cool car­toons and fan­tas­tic sto­ries. This is what can be tak­en as the basis of the top­ic. For exam­ple, a birth­day boy can become a super­hero of his favorite car­toon: Spi­der­man or Super­man, Alex the Lion from Mada­gas­car.

You can take the sto­ry from “Pirates of the Caribbean”. Today there is not a sin­gle boy who does not know the famous pirate Jack Spar­row. This will allow you to play a show pro­gram in a marine style (for exam­ple, with a trea­sure hunt that will be shared by all par­tic­i­pants at the end of the hol­i­day).

You can think about hold­ing a hol­i­day in the style of space action. A child can become a space pirate — it is unlike­ly that a son will resist such a temp­ta­tion.

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If you choose or make cre­ative cos­tumes and para­pher­na­lia (for exam­ple, lumi­nous swords), the hol­i­day will be remem­bered for a long time not only by the birth­day man, but also by his guests.

Giv­en the char­ac­ter­is­tics of the age of sev­en, the game pro­gram should not be too com­pli­cat­ed and pro­tract­ed. You need to choose a theme in such a way that active games are inter­spersed with relax­ation. it per­haps in the theme of Hal­loen, the sto­ry of a super­spy. You can guess rid­dles, ansr ques­tions, clap, jump, run, play scenes.

Tra­di­tion­al option — indi­an theme. There are boys who like to play Indi­ans. In that case, this is the best solu­tion.

Hov­er, if there are girls among the invit­ed guests, then you need to con­sid­er the option in which there is a suit­able role for each par­tic­i­pant.

Chil­dren of 7 years old are extreme­ly sen­si­tive to atten­tion. Accord­ing to the sce­nario, each role should be impor­tant. So the par­tic­i­pants will be involved in the game­play. If there are only boys among the par­tic­i­pants, it will do hero­ic script. Depend­ing on the cho­sen car­toon, the birth­day boy can become Alyosha Popovich, Dobrynya Nikitich, Ilya Muromets.

The theme options are sim­pler: “Kid and Carl­son”, “Pros­tok­vashino”, “Bar­boskins”, “Fix­ies”. They are not for every­one, just like the Mag­ic Walk theme. As for impro­vi­sa­tion options, with­out a script, the hol­i­day will not be so excit­ing. Among oth­er top­ics, you can pay atten­tion to the motives of “Har­ry Pot­ter”, fan­tas­tic sto­ries about Nar­nia. An orig­i­nal exam­ple is to play a hol­i­day in the style of “Scoo­by-Doo”.

Scenario Options

The choice of theme large­ly deter­mines the direc­tion of the game pro­gram. For exam­ple, if a theme is select­ed:

  • Nar­nia — chil­dren will look for a mag­i­cal lion who will help restore peace in the coun­try of unusu­al crea­tures, cap­tured by an evil sor­cer­ess;
  • “Pirates of the Caribbean” — par­tic­i­pants will search for the “Fly­ing Dutch­man” or trea­sures hid­den by pirates many years ago;
  • “Pot­te­ri­ans” — you can take the motives of the first film as a basis, where the par­tic­i­pants will have to find a secret room hid­den by pro­fes­sors of the acad­e­my;
  • “Mada­gas­car” — the birth­day boy and his friends will go to the cov­et­ed island, where excit­ing adven­tures await them;
  • super­man or spy — she can be beat­en with var­i­ous tasks, where guests will help the birth­day man;
  • “Bar­boskins” — you can play a sto­ry where Druzhok goes to anoth­er plan­et to play foot­ball with aliens.

In oth­er words, the script of the hol­i­day must have a core, the main plot that will devel­op through­out the hol­i­day. You need to play the game after the treat. Then the chil­dren will not think about good­ies and for some time they will be able to devote them­selves to an excit­ing pro­gram.

Any boy will want to try on the image of an inter­est­ing char­ac­ter, nei­ther he nor his guests will for­get such a game. As much as pos­si­ble, It is worth resolv­ing the issue of cos­tumes. You need to start with an unusu­al pre­sen­ta­tion of invi­ta­tions. They can be pre­sent­ed per­son­al­ly or passed through par­ents.

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Hav­ing decid­ed on the main idea, it remains to choose con­tests and games. At the same time, they try to choose such options that will not take much time. This is because a child’s atten­tion at the age of sev­en does not linger on some­thing for long. If you ask some­thing dif­fi­cult, the par­tic­i­pants of the hol­i­day may lose inter­est in the whole game.

With contests and games

It is ide­al to choose a sce­nario in which chil­dren will receive small gifts for each com­pe­ti­tion. They don’t have to be expen­sive at all. the main thing is the moti­va­tion for par­tic­i­pa­tion. Some­where it can be a key to open a mag­ic chest, a note with a hint, a mag­ic item. These “presents” remain in the game or are col­lect­ed as arti­facts to progress to the final.

Games can be dif­fer­ent: fun­ny, fun, but bet­ter sports. Their type depends on the num­ber of par­tic­i­pants. If there are many chil­dren, you can divide them into 2 teams. Then you can pick up the games “bowl­ing”, “relay”, “tug of war”, “kick the ball”, “who will make the mum­my faster” and many oth­ers.

The main thing is to show imag­i­na­tion and beat them in the cho­sen top­ic.

Even a sim­ple darts or jig can be a fun chal­lenge on your way to find­ing a mag­ic potion, espe­cial­ly if you play them as char­ac­ters of Aster­ix, dressed in fun­ny hats. You can arrange fights with bal­loons, throw­ing snow­balls (“mag­ic grenades”). Whichev­er side has more of them, they lose. If there are few chil­dren, you can play hide and seek.

Bowl­ing will also be orig­i­nal, beat­en in the theme of “Scoo­by-doo”. For exam­ple, you can throw into the “house” not with ordi­nary balls, but with sil­i­cone balls — “sausages”. The num­ber of hits can become the num­ber of hints in the game, where play­ers will look for the ghost vil­lain. You can wind “sausages” from long bal­loons: who­ev­er has more of them gets a hint or a small present.

Com­pe­ti­tions can be very diverse:

  • for the most unusu­al cos­tume pre­pared for the hol­i­day;
  • for the best play­er based on the results of sev­er­al com­plet­ed tasks;
  • for the best rid­dle solver who col­lect­ed more ansrs;
  • on the num­ber of vic­to­ries in all tasks of the game pro­gram.

Com­plex and monot­o­nous vers­es are not need­ed to explain the mean­ing of the tasks. At the age of 7, chil­dren will not appre­ci­ate them too much. Brevi­ty and clar­i­ty of expla­na­tion are impor­tant.


Quests are ide­al for themes with the gen­er­al idea of ​​find­ing gifts. At the same time, any cho­sen top­ic can be adjust­ed to the quest. At 7 years old, boys are very active, this should be tak­en as a basis. If it’s a famous car­toon or a com­put­er game, they know what could be next.

The quest can take place out­doors or indoors. It starts with easy tasks (the sec­ond let­ter of the main char­ac­ter’s name, the col­or of his clothes, how old is the birth­day man). You can start the game by find­ing a hid­den object. The essence of the game is to com­plete the tasks indi­cat­ed in the hid­den clues.

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When the hol­i­day is spent at home, the tasks are placed in bal­loons and hid­den in the room.

It is impor­tant to encour­age chil­dren to find a spe­cif­ic place. Tasks can be designed in the form of rid­dles (but not too dif­fi­cult, oth­er­wise the chil­dren will lose inter­est).

When a room is rent­ed to orga­nize a hol­i­day, the quest turns out to be as cre­ative as pos­si­ble (espe­cial­ly when choos­ing a pro­fes­sion­al stu­dio and host). Task games can be extra­or­di­nary, for exam­ple:

  • a game of mobile bas­ket­ball, where par­tic­i­pants need to score the ball into the bas­kets of two play­ers of oppo­site teams (they run away from those who score the ball);
  • relay race-crawl­ing on the back with­out the help of hands, in which chil­dren are divid­ed into 2 teams (if there are few of them, the one who crawled the fastest wins);
  • jig in fins (the win­ning par­tic­i­pant, who hit more than oth­ers, is giv­en a hint for the next task);
  • climb­ing through an inflat­able ring with­out the help of hands (the win­ner in terms of speed receives an arti­fact or a key that opens a new door);
  • wrestling with inflat­able beat­ers, pil­lows, where you can con­nect adults to the game.

By the way, the same pil­lows can become the armor of heroes, which will make the game more fun. Swords of good fel­lows can be made from long bal­loons.

The theme of the balls is com­plete­ly end­less, for exam­ple, they make snow­balls, which must be destroyed back­wards in a short time.

You can put togeth­er a huge Puz­zletry­ing to meet the giv­en time. It will bring the team togeth­er. The puz­zle is select­ed accord­ing to the theme cho­sen for the birth­day par­ty. So that the chil­dren are not too tired, the puz­zle can be a por­trait of a birth­day per­son or an image of a hero of a cho­sen theme, a phrase indi­cat­ing the place where the prize is hid­den. This is going fast.

As an option, you can take note of anoth­er idea. The main point is to col­lect a mag­i­cal album. This quest requires the pres­ence of a mobile print­er capa­ble of tak­ing pho­tos direct­ly from the cam­era. These will be arti­facts — as evi­dence of com­plet­ed tasks.

They buy an album for pho­tos, dur­ing the quest they put pic­tures of com­plet­ed tasks and the best moments that chil­dren like best. At the end of the game, chil­dren are giv­en prizes for com­plet­ing the game. And the birth­day boy also has a mem­o­rable album from the hol­i­day. Such a mem­o­ry is incom­pa­ra­ble to any­thing.

Pro­fes­sion­als and par­ents them­selves can con­duct the quest. In this case, it is often not nec­es­sary to spend a lot of time mem­o­riz­ing the script. You can impro­vise here, espe­cial­ly if the adult facil­i­ta­tor is famil­iar with the top­ic. It is impor­tant not to go far from the top­ic and main­tain chil­dren’s inter­est.

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