We love baby showers around here. I recently made this candy bar matching game for a baby shower and it was a hit! It is a pretty basic matching game. Each person who makes a match gets to keep the corresponding candy bar, so there are lots of winners! It doesn’t take too long, and it’s great for groups of any size!
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How to Play the Baby Shower Candy Bar Game
- Display all the cards face-down on table or, even better, mount them on a poster board.
- Each guest will take turns turning over two cards. If the two cards they turn over aren’t a match, turn them back over but leave them in the same spot.
- If a guest finds a match, they get the corresponding candy bar as a prize!
- Keep playing until all matches have been found.
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How to prepare the Baby Shower Candy Bar Game
Download the to your computer and print the cards onto white card stock.
- Cut them out leaving a little bit of space around the border. (I swear by this paper cutter for projects like this.)
- For each candy bar name or baby shower phrase, glue a patterned card onto the back.
*Optional: cut a piece of colored card stock into a slightly bigger rectangle and glue both sides to that. That’s what I’ve done to give these cards a cute, pink border!
- Collect all the candy bars you need and keep them in a cute basket. I made a shopping list of candy bars you’ll need that you can print – click here.
- Arrange the cards on a large poster board, easel, or on the wall! I like to use poster putty for this.
Ready to print the game?
Here are links some of the things I use to make it easier:
Candy Bars and Corresponding Phrases for the Baby Shower Game
- Ring Pop – Binky
- Big Hunk – Dad
- SweeTart – Mom
- Spree – Shopping for Baby
- Rocky Road – Pregnancy
- Twix – Twins
- Snickers – Giggles
- Mounds – Laundry
- Oh Henry – Baby Boy
- Baby Ruth – Baby Girl
- Baby Bottle Pop – Bottle
- Whoppers – Contractions
- Goobers – Boogers
- Whatchamacallit – Baby Names
- Runts – Preemie
- 100 Grand – Hospital Bills
- Lifesavers – Grandparents
- Take 5 – Diaper Run
- Good and Plenty – Snuggles
- Symphony – Lullaby
Shopping for the candy for this game was fun! I did have to go to multiple stores to find everything. Quick tip: sometimes gas stations have candy bars that regular stores may not – like my favorite, Take 5. I can never find that one at grocery stores. It’s probably for the best, though! Haha. Once again, here is a candy bar shopping list you can print. Have fun!
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