I scream, you scream, we all scream for an Ice Cream Cone Piñata! Designed with bright colorful flavors that sit on top a sugar cone, this party activity is sure to be one "sweet" treat.
Shipped empty, the piñata can be filled with up to 2 lbs. of treats or small toys like our Finger Rings, Extreme Base Jumpers, Fairy Dust necklaces, and more (comes with a labeled lift up tab). Hang from a rope and let the piñata fun begin.
For ages 5 and up.
19-1/2"L x 13"W x 3-1/2"H
How To Play:
Before the party, locate the fill hole in the piñata. Fill the piñata with up to 2 lbs of candy and small prizes.
Hang the piñata low enough so that everyone can reach a string.
Have the children sit or stand in a circle around the piñata.
A piñata is a brightly colored papier-mâché covering either a clay container or cardboard shape. It supposedly started with Chinese farmers that used similar objects to the piñata in ceremonies to ensure a fruitful harvest. Around the 16th century, Spanish missionaries introduced the piñata to the Aztec Indians in Mexico. In the ceremonies, the missionaries filled the piñatas with fruit, candy and coins to represent temptations as they tried to convert the Aztecs to Christianity.
Piñatas have become popular at birthday parties in Latin American and the United States. They come in all shapes, sizes and colors and are filled with candy, toys, confetti and more. At the party the piñata is suspended from a rope and children, usually blind folded, take turns hitting it with a stick until it breaks and treats falls out.
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