Free Scooby Doo Party Theme Ideas & Party Supplies Suggestions
Scooby-Doo where are you? Still solving mystery’s since 1969. Great for kids who love to solve problems, or just love quirky dogs, and who wouldn’t?
Every single episode of the original Scooby-Doo format contains Scooby and the four teenage members of the Mystery, Inc. gang: Fred, Shaggy, Daphne, and Velma, arriving to a location in the “Mystery Machine” to solve a puzzle of a Ghost or Monster culminating in a penultimate scene in which the kids unmask the ghost of the week to reveal a real person in a costume. Undoubtedly Scooby Doo is tempted to hide his inner fear of Ghosts and Monsters for a Scooby Snack. The stories are fun and so your party will be also. Scooby Doo has evolved over the years, who can forget Scrappy Doo? Scooby Doo has also had his own movies becoming a timeless Party Theme that Children and Adults will both enjoy.
Scooby Doo encounters Ghosts, Goblins and Monsters on his Mystery Voyages with a retro 70’s style making for a fun party theme. Younger children like Scooby Doo because he is a big, goofy dog. Older kids like Scooby Doo because he solves mysteries and unmasks bad guys. Many adults like Scooby Doo for the nostalgia.
Included here are Free Scooby Doo Party Theme Ideas for Decorations, Games, Food and Drinks. Also included in the Awesome Party Ideas site is recommended Scooby Doo Party Products and Party Supplies, to make an Awesome, remembered and Fun Scooby Doo Party.
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Scooby Doo Themed Party Decoration Suggestions
Balloons and Streamers Galore – The Scooby Doo Theme has a broad scope from the potential for a slight scary overtone (Refer to Awesome Party Ideas Halloween Ideas) to a more flower power theme. For a 70’s Retro Style you can use just about any color that is bright or neon like red, blue, green, yellow, purple, hot pink, lime green and bright orange. Having Colored Balloons everywhere is a great effect multicolors on the backs of chairs some filled with air and some with helium will add to a fun party atmosphere as some balloons float to the ceiling and some stay at ground level. Multi-colored streamers are best for a Scooby Doo Theme Party. Have as many Balloons and Streamers throughout the party house as required to generate a Fun Party atmosphere. Attach streamers from the center of ceiling to each corner of the room. Use two colors and twist streamers for effect. Try attaching short streamers to doorways or down walls. If you have a hallway placing a large number of green balloons in the hallway filled with air so they stay on the floor is a great effect, call it the Mystery Machine walk.
Create a Mystery Room – Darken the windows, using black cloth or plastic over windows if needed. Use a black light for effect and fill the room with Glow in the Dark Stars and Signs.
Colored Rooms – Try painting light bulbs in different room’s different colors or buy in different colored light bulbs to give the room an eerie or groovy glow.
Mystery Machine – Try painting or drawing a mystery Machine. To make a mystery machine take a refrigerator box and cut out 2 rectangles for windows. Paint the boxes lime green and write “Mystery Machine” on them in funky orange letters. Making a Mystery Machine out of a large box is a great idea and a fun place for kids to play. Don’t worry if a mystery machine is too difficult cover in paw prints, peace symbols and flowers. Stencils and paint can be the quickest way of achieving this Party Idea.
Banner – Hang a banner on the front door saying – Welcome to “Child’s Name” and Scooby Doo’s Mystery adventure house.
Scooby Signs – Make signs that say Scooby Dooby Doo, Zoinks, Rokay and hang on the walls.
Doo Name labels – Have a name label for each child or adult followed by “Doo” – for example: “Ben-Doo”, “Ollie-Doo”, “Stella-Doo” etc the kids will love the thought.
Cardboard Graveyard – using thick card painted grey make a few artificial grave stones. Use a stick for backing and planting in the ground if needed. Place a few extra around the house for effect.
Peace and Flower Power – Add some 70’s retro style peace and flower symbols around the house.
Ghosts – Nothings quite as spooky as a Ghost. Using Styrofoam balls attach a stick to the base so it fits in the ground. Cover with a white sheet and use an elastic band to tie the cloth to the stick under the ball base. Paint on eyes and a mouth. Add hats for effect. Use clear fishing wire to hang from the ceiling for a floating ghost effect. If you are going for more of a 70’s theme skip the ghosts and stick to flowers and peace symbols.
Spider webs – Using cotton balls stretch them out. Using something sticky like hairspray, glue or oil to keep the balls clumped together. Add in a toy spider. Have a few around the house and on the front fence, doorways etc for a spooky touch. If you are going for more of a 70’s theme skip the spiders web and stick to flowers and peace symbols.
Sidewalk – using chalk to draw a Ghost, Alien or Monster on the sidewalk to identify the party house. Your children will love helping. Make sure to check with your local council first to ensure they are agreeable to chalked sidewalks.
Get into Character – Nothing like dressing up to help your children have a wild adventure. Children will love it if you and any helpers dress up also. Although Scooby Doo is the main Theme it is possible to dress up as the other characters
Fred – Blond wig, white sweater, cravat and blue jeans.
Shaggy – Scruffy hair or brown wig, beard stubble (use eyeliner), t-shirt, jeans.
Daphne – Long auburn wig, slinky dress, pink tights.
Velma – Brown bob wig, glasses, chunky yellow sweater, pleated red skirt, tights.
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Scooby Doo Themed Party Guest Arrival and Introductory Activities
Scooby Doo Coloring Station – Separate the pages of a Scooby Doo activity book. Lay out some crayons and pencils. Have the kid’s color the Scooby Doo coloring pages while waiting for others to arrive. You can make it extra fun by setting up the coloring station inside a mystery machine made out of cardboard boxes. Don’t worry if a mystery machine is too difficult cover in paw prints, peace symbols and flowers. A play house is also a great place to set up a coloring station, cover with paw prints, flowers and peace symbols cut out from cardboard and colored as needed. Be careful the children may have so much fun in there they won’t want to come out. No coloring book, don’t fret, provide a few pictures of Scooby Doo characters printed from the internet, or 70’s retro style flowers and peace signs, and ask the kids to see if they can draw their own. All children will find this activity fun.
Face Paint – Paint a 70’s retro flower or peace sign on the side of each Childs cheek. You will need bright colors yellows, blues, reds and white and face paint brushes but you can choose colors to suit. Party Tip – Keep some clean up supplies on hand paper towels, water and makeup remover. Lay the face painting area with newspaper to collect any spills. Be sure to use washable face paints. Older children and volunteers may like to help with face paining. Have older children practice before the party.
Make a flower or peace symbol – Ask the children to make a flower or peace symbol. This will be more fun if you have a mystery machine activity center set up. Provide cardboard, sissors, glue, tape, construction paper, beads, jewels and crayons, anything you have around the house that is safe. Let the kid’s imagination go wild. Party Tip – Place completed crafts in the party house to add to the decorations.
Party Tip – Having signs naming the activities make it easier for you and the children. More hands make light work, having older children and other parents help will make your Awesome Party more Fun for you. Having prizes for all children is the way to go, younger children will try their best to achieve positive results but may not be at the same level rewarding the effort not the outcome is best and will lead to a much more enjoyable party.
Scooby Doo Themed Party Favors & Accessories
Say Thank You by giving your guests some Party Favors to take away with them. A few suggestions for your loot bag are Scooby Doo stickers, blowouts, Scooby Doo stationary items – erasers and pencils, anything that has a mystery feel such as UFO, Alien and Monster Candy. You could throw in a few home made Scooby Doo Cookies as well. Check out Party Supplies Kingdom Scooby Doo Party Theme Discounted Party Supplies for more favor suggestions. If you have a lot of balloons in the party house try giving one to each child on the way home, they will love having a balloon to play with.
Scooby Doo Themed Party Games
Smash the Ghosts – Vanquish the Ghosts. Using white balloons and string attach one balloon to 1 meter of string. Tie one to each child ankle, define a play area and have the kids stomp the ghosts. The children must stomp out as many ghosts as they can without using their hands, when your ghost is stomped out they must sit out of the game.
Scooby Bone Hunt – Oh No some Scary Skeletons have walked through the yard and house leaving bones behind them. It is up to the Mystery Team to solve the puzzle and collect them all. For this game hide small party favors and candy in grey paper made to look like bones, this can be two round balls at each end with a tube in the center. Hide the bones all over the house and yard. When each child finds a piece of the hidden treasure they are to bring it back to Museum Curator (you) and place in a basket. When all the bones are found have the children report back to Museum Curator to see what they have found. Distribute evenly so no child misses out. You may want to have a list to ensure every item is found. Younger children may seek guidance on where to look.
Scooby’s Mystery Training Course – Be a little creative, have the children crawl under a rope, run around a tree three times, walk along a narrow board, limbo under a stick placed between two chairs, hop in a sack for a bit, collect two mystery bombs (water balloons) from a bucket run back the way they came, children will get wet as balloons will pop on the return trip. After which they take aim at a poster (printed picture on hard board) an appropriate ghoulish character and throw their mystery bombs at the board. This is better if you can use chalk on a chalk board as water will remove the chalk. Children will love this obstacle course. Party Tip – Children will get wet; consider asking parents to make sure their children pack an extra change of cloths in back packs just in case.
Wrap a Mummy – Have three or four Mystery Mummy hunting teams. Hand each team a roll of toilet paper and explain to them the toilet paper is to wrap the Mummy up. Instruct the children to not wrap the head and explain no kicking, punching or biting as they can get very excited. Give the kids a minute to decide who, in each of their groups, will be the Mummy. To start the game yell out “Catch Mummy”, and watch the teams race to wrap up their Mummy using every bit of toilet paper. Party Tip – Have a spot prize for all the children catching the Mummy and all the children playing the Mystery Mummy Hunters is a great way to keep the excitement levels up.
Scaredy cat Freeze Tag – Scooby can be a bit of a Scary Cat. Define a play area. Elect one child to be the Cat Catcher to stand in the center. Have all the other guests line up at one end of the play area, they are the Scaredy Cats. The players try to run across to the other side of the play area as Cat Catcher tries to tag them. If tagged, the guests become Cat Catcher servants, and they must reach out and tag the other Scaredy Cats running by while keeping one foot planted. The game continues until all Scaredy Cats have been caught. The last Scaredy Cat can be the new Cat Catcher.
Spot Prizes – To add a little extra fun offer spot prizes to the children for Best Team Player, Most Infectious Giggle, or Biggest Smile, Most Ghoulish expression, Best artificial scare etc. Make sure that each child gets one spot prize. It’s best to reward younger children first and older children latter in the day.
Pin the Skeleton in the Coffin – A variation of Pin the tail on the Donkey. No one said this theme wouldn’t be a little scary. Print or draw a picture a picture of a Coffin with a Skeleton in the center, this does not have to be a big picture, color for effect. Print several more pictures of Skeletons cut out and color for effect. Glue onto Cardboard for strength if needed, write each Childs name on one side and use double sided tape on the other. Use a cloth to blindfold the players, one at a time. Spin them gently three times and “steer” them in the correct direction to the game board. Other players can shout out the board direction for extra party fun. The object of the game is to stick the skeleton near the skeleton shown on the poster. The players whose skeleton is nearest the wins. Party Tip – Younger children may not want to be blindfolded so you may want to let them know they can just close their eyes. If a Skelton is too scary play pin the tail on Scooby instead.
Ghost Plasma Relay – fill up two large bowls at one end of the yard and place a cup at the other end. Make two teams. Give each team a spoon. To play the game each child scoops up some green jelly and runs an obstacle course with their scoop of jelly to fill the cup. Explain to the children that they must hold the spoon and jelly in one hand. Create an obstacle course but be careful to make sure children can actually complete the course, be a little creative, have the children run around a tree three times, walk along a narrow board, limbo under a stick placed between two chairs, hop in a sack for a bit. When they drop their jelly return to the start to give the next child a go. The first to fill their cup wins.
Ghost Hop - Using large white pillow cases have a ghost sack race. Divide the group of kids into two, and have each team stand in a line. Give the first one in line a white pillowcase or a big white sheet. They need to get into the pillowcase start jumping to a predetermined point and back. Then they give the pillowcase to the next person in their team. They continue this until the whole team has done it at least once. The first team to finish is the winner. Party Tip – No pillow cases, try white sheets, have the children stand in the centre and hold the sides. This is a tough exercise, place a chair or object about 6 to 8m away from a start line so it is not to tasking.
Hot Monster – A variation of Hot Potato but using a suitably scary soft toy, or other appropriate Scooby Doo themed soft toy. The children sit in a circle and pass the soft toy around while some music plays. Stop the music randomly and whoever is holding the soft toy is out of the game. Keep playing until only one child remains, they are the winner. Keep playing until everyone has a prize.
Monster Egg Toss – Each pair stands face to face with one holding a water balloon (monster egg). They toss it to each other and then take one step back. Each time it is tossed they take one step back. The pair that has their water balloon intact the longest wins.
Monster Tangle – Have the kids stand in a circle facing one another. Everyone extends his or her right hand into the ring and takes a hold of someone else’s hand. Next, they do the same with their left hands. The object of the game is to see if they can untangle by stepping over, ducking under, and turning around – without letting go of anyone’s hand!
Monster Blast – Print and hang pictures of Monsters around your yard, on bushes, and hanging from trees, glue to cardboard for strength if needed. Give each child a can of silly string and send them out to hunt for the Monsters and blast them with their silly string. This is messy but fun outdoor game. Variation – have the children throw water balloons at the pictures. They may even throw one or two at each other. Have an adult dress as a monster and have the children chase them.
Scooby, Scooby, Shaggy – A variation of Duck, Duck, Goose. Simply substitute words from the duck and goose theme with “Scooby, Scooby, Shaggy”. Have all of the children except one sit in a circle facing each other. The one child standing goes around the circle, tapping each of his or her friend gently on the head while saying, “Scooby” with each tap. When the tapper touches a child’s head and says, “Shagy”, the child whose head was just tapped jumps up and chases the tapper around the circle. The tapper tries to get all the way back to the Scooby’s spot without getting tagged by the Shagy child. If the tapper gets back to Scooby’s original spot, then Shagy becomes the new tapper and the game continues. If the Alien catches up with the tapper, the tapper has to continue his or her turn around the circle again. The kids will have a lot of laughs with this game.
Ghost Float – Draw with a black pen a Ghoast face on a white balloon. The objective of the game is to keep the balloons afloat by hitting them with your hands. Variation – Pass a rule that if the balloon touches any part of the body other than a hand that player must sit out and if the ghost hits the ground the mediator (you) chooses someone to leave the game.
Scooby Snack Drop – You will need a large jar, dog biscuits and a stool. The object of the game is to drop the biscuits into the jar while standing straight up on a stool. Provide each child 3-5 biscuits and divide into two teams. The team that gets the most Scooby Snacks into the jar wins.
Scooby Balloon Relay – Before the Scooby Doo birthday party, draw Scooby’s face on several balloons. Have children stand in 2 single lines, facing the same direction. Place a balloon between the knees of the first child in each line. When the race starts, the child turns to face the next person in line, the second child must grasp the balloon with his or her knees and turn to pass it on to the third person and so on. If the balloon falls to the ground, the team must start over. The first team to pass the balloon down the line wins!
Mystery Machine Treasure Hunt – Generate 3 or 4 groups from the party guests. Give each group a simple hand drawn map of your yard with an “x”, when they get to the “x”, they will find another message or map- send each group to different parts of the yard. After about 3 maps or secret messages – have the final map for all groups lead to the same place, where a box will be with their prize. Be prepared to offer assistance as younger children may seek some guidance.
Scooby vs Monsters – First, pick one or more players to be Scooby. Everyone else is a Monster. When Scooby gets the command “Get the Monsters”, Scooby must try to catch as many Monsters as they can. If players get caught, they must go to a designated area where they must stand still with their legs spread apart. To be rescued, one of their Monster friends has to crawl through the captured player’s legs. Keep playing the game until everyone has been caught, or children are ready for another game.
Bone Relay – Cut four bone shapes about 35cm in size from cardboard. Divide birthday party guests into two equal teams and give the first person in each line two of the bones. Place a chair or object about 6 to 8m away from a start line. Line them up and explain that the bone objects become the only thing they can step on as they travel from the front of the line, around a chair and back to the line again.
The game starts, on your direction, “go”, as first two players on each team step on one foot or space object with one leg. Then they put a second foot in front of them and step with another leg on it. When the first player from each team crosses the finish line, he or she passes the “cardboard bones” to the next player in line.
The team that finishes the course first – wins. Party Tip – It is best to keep your course short, but adjust the length of the course based on the kids’ age and ability. You may want to handicap the first team that wins so all teams have a chance to win. Showing the kids what to do is the easiest way to explain this game.
Ghost Poop Relay – For the older kids and especially boys, provide bowls of small marshmallows and straws. The object of the game is to suck a marshmallow onto the straw and move it to another bowl. The first to complete the task wins.
Mystery Flashlight Tag – A classic but a goodie perfect for older kids. You will need a strong flashlight. Play this game in a dark house at night or in a safe place outdoors when it’s dark. A park is an ideal game location. Find a place to be base. Choose one player to be, the Ghost Spotter. The person who is the Ghost Spotter waits at the base and counts while the other players hide. Hiders may move around during the game, and this adds to the fun. The Ghost Spotter searches for the hidden players with the flashlight. Meanwhile, players try to run to the base without getting caught. Players are tagged if the Ghost Spotter spots them with the flashlight and calls out a player’s name. Each tagged player is sent to the base to wait until the very last player is caught. The last person tagged is the Ghost Spotter for the next game. Party Tip – To make the game go faster have three flash lights the first two people caught also get flash lights and become ghost spotters.
Watch a film – At the end of the Scooby Doo Birthday Party, let the kids watch a Scooby Doo DVD. Some children will be waiting for their rides – so it’s a perfect activity to occupy them.
Scooby Doo Themed Party Cakes
Mystery Cake – Use cake time as the beginning of a mystery for the kids to solve. Gather all the kids together to sing Happy Birthday and then bring out the cake with a lid over the cake. Arrange the mystery so when you open the lid of the cake, the kids won’t find a cake but a note burned at the edges that will start the mystery. Start the kids start on scavenger hunt to look for the hidden birthday cake.
Example Missing Birthday Cake clues:
Mystery Clue 1 – Where water flows and teeth are clean another clue will soon be seen. ( next clue is in the bathroom)
Mystery Clue 2 – Where autumn leaves fall upon the ground another clue will surely be found (next clue is under the trees in the garden)
Mystery Clue 3 – Where meals are made and people cook perhaps you ought to take a look (next clue is in the kitchen)
Mystery Clue 4 – Where people rest and close their eyes to find another clue would be no surprise (next clue is in the bedroom)
Mystery Clue 5 – If the next clue you want to know then its to an old person you should go (next clue is somewhere on or near Grandma)
Mystery Clue 6 – The next clue isn’t very far perhaps near where we park the car (next clue is in the garage)
Mystery Clue 7 – Your doing well, now here’s a sign. You’re getting closer all the time (next clue is behind a clock)
Mystery Clue 8 – You’re getting nearer nearly all the clues are gone but where do you turn a screen on? (next clue is in the TV room)
Mystery Clue 9 – Pressures on, things are getting tense the next clues by the garden fence (next clue back in the garden)
Mystery Clue 10 – The mystery is nearly solved, hope you’ve had fun now please return to where this puzzle first begun
Buy one in – The Scooby Doo Theme is popular enough that many cake shops will carry an option to buy a Scooby Doo cake. If you want to bake a cake yourself using a cake tin for the general design will help.
Paw shaped cakes – One large round cake, with three or four cupcakes as toes.
Paw cake – Cook or buy in your favorite cake. Make ice paws, large round and small round shapes, add to the cakes surface for effect, or cook cupcakes with one paw on each.
Haunted House – a large square or rectangle cake cooked to your liking. Ice and cover with images of a haunted house or add gummy snakes.
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Scooby Doo Themed Party Food Ideas
Scooby’s Mystery Pizzas – Pizza! Scooby Doo loves Pizza. You can never go wrong with having pizza at your child’s birthday party. Just make sure to have various flavors – Hawaiian, Pepperoni, Extra-Cheese, etc. or Make your own. Have available a selection of toppings, give the children one or two half burger buns, let them top with their favourite toppings and cheese. Grill for them. Children will love making their own.
Shaggy’s Submarine Sandwiches – Shaggy and Scooby also love to eat long sized sandwiches! You can make this a buffet that everyone makes their own sandwiches using hot dog buns, or make a few pre-prepared. Curried egg and Peanut butter and Jelly are a few favourites.
Shaped Biscuits – Cook your favourite biscuits and use a dog bone, flower, and star cookie cutter for shape or cut out your own peace cookies pre cutting and colour in bright icing.
Shaped sandwiches – Cut bread using dog bone, flower and star cookie cutter for shape, then butter and spread your favourite toppings.
Puff Dogs – Dogs in a Blanket: Purchase hotdogs, cheese, and refrigerator croissants. Slice hotdogs lengthwise about half way through and cut cheese into strips. Unroll croissants into individual triangles and stuff them with hotdogs and cheese. Roll croissants back up and bake on cookie sheet at 191ºC for 10-12 minutes, or until golden brown.
Dogs in a Blanket – Hot dogs wrapped in bacon. Yummy.
Munchies – Have various snacks available (e.g. peanuts, granola, pretzels, chips, etc).
Monster Fries - with green (alien) Ketchup (Made by Heinz) if you can find it.
Monster Popcorn – You will need 2 cups sugar, 1 cup light corn syrup, 2/3 cup margarine, 2 packs flavored powder drink mix (green), and 1 tsp soda. Boil sugar, corn syrup, and margarine together for 3 minutes. Stir in soda and powder drink mix. Pour over 6 Litres of popcorn. Bake at 107°C for 45 minutes, stirring every 10 minutes. Remove from oven and break up immediately. Alternatively to make green pop corn add green food coloring before popping.
Spooky Nachos – Natcho’s with green food colouring added to the cheese.
Cosmic fruit salad – tropical fruit salad with pineapple in star and moon shapes
Monster Dogs – Cut both ends of the hot dog about a third of the way down to make 8 tentacles. When you boil them, the ends will curl like Alien tentacles.
Ghost Poop – Marshmallows.
Ghost Biscuits – Using your favorite recipe, use a cookie cutter or cut the biscuits before baking into shapes like ghosts. Ice ghosts with white icing and draw eyes, nose and mouth with dark icing or white icing to suit.
Party Tip – Try labeling your food selection so the kids know what they are. The hint will help children’s imaginations. Children will love themed food.
Scooby Doo Themed Party Drink Ideas
Scooby Mocha Coolers – You will need crushed ice, 2 tbsp cocoa powder, 6 tbsp honey, 6 cups milk, 2 tbsp instant decaffeinated coffee. Combine cocoa, honey and 2 cups milk in saucepan. Stir until blended. Gradually add remaining milk. Slowly warm over low heat, stirring frequently. Add instant coffee and mix until completely dissolved. Party Tip - instant cocoa can be substituted for coffee. Remove from heat and let it stand. Fill each glass halfway with crushed ice and fill up with the mocha mixture. Garnish with a dollop of whipped cream and sprinkle with chocolate powder.
Monster Punch - Make this drink easily with some Lemon Lime soda, pineapple juice and green sherbet.
Monster Soda – Green soda, or add Green food coloring to Lemonade.
Changing Soda – Make blue and red ice cubes with blue and red food coloring and add to lemonade, when the ice melts the drink will change color to purple.
Ghost Float – Mix vanilla ice cream and Orange soda in a cup for each child.
Popping Goblin Brew – Pour Green Lemonade into Scooby Doo Party Supplies Cup, drop a few Pop Rocks (Popping Candy) candy into each glass. They will crackle, pop and spit, turning the drinks into Goblin Brew!
Party Tip – Try labeling your food selection so the kids know what they are. The hint will help their imaginations. They will love themed food.
Scooby Doo Theme Tableware and Party Supplies
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