-Coloring pages [to the rescue!]
Steelers coloring page 1
Steelers coloring page 2
Packers coloring page 1
Packers coloring page 2
Eagles coloring page (I know, I know)
Bipartisan football coloring page 1
Bipartisan football coloring page 2
Bipartisan football coloring page 3
-Hit up your local dollar store to purchase some party streamers in your team's colors. Let the children decorate the house with colorful team spirit!
-Plan a ritual for each touchdown. Perhaps an overzealous piggy-back ride will do the trick or a cookie, you decide! This will keep the rascals involved throughout the game. A similar activity can be planned for commercial breaks (although some of us agree that this is the best part of the night).
-Purchase a few small footballs as party favors. If the kids get bored enough, let them decorate the balls with markers and stickers.
-Plan a special half-time activity. Not only will this give the rascals something to look forward to, it will also aid in diverting their attention away from the half-time show, which, chances are, won't be appropriate for little eyes anyway (think wardrobe malfunction). This may or may not include a football toss through a hula hoop, warm up exercises or making up a cute-sy cheer for
The game starts at 6:30pm ET, this Sunday, February 6 on FOX.