found at http://www.birthdaypartyideas.com/html/racing_parties_35.html:
Set up stations in the backyard with different activities. The tire shop: I borrowed an old tire from a local tire store and they tossed a beanbag (made of monster truck fabric) through the tire. The detail shop: I made plain monster truck cutouts from posterboard and provided stripes, dots and ABC/123 stickers where they "detailed" their own personal monster truck. Tread Testing Area: I used a small table for this. I got out a bunch of my son's smaller monster trucks and provided washable paint in several colors. They dip the truck tires into the paint and roll over paper to test the tread. This makes wonderful pictures to take home. I hung a line across the fence with clothespins so the pictures could dry before going home. Driver's Area: Pin the hat on the driver that I made from posterboard. Race Area: I set up a long piece of cardboard for the track. I divided it into two lanes by taping a dotted line down the middle using masking tape. I had two larger trucks ready there to race with a FINISH line sign at the end. Mud Pit: I used an inflatable swimming pool filled with sand ("mud") and placed monster trucks in it for them to play with. We were able to find a monster truck pinata online. I placed a new monster truck (another gift) on a cake decorated to look like mud. For decorations, we used the racing flag streamers along our backyard fence and balloons/streamers on the patio. Also, at each station, I had signs which were two dowels stuck into the ground with a posterboard attached in between labeling each station. I attached a racing flag to each sign.
Crank Case Oil Sundaes
You will need:
Vanilla ice cream
Red construction paper.
Place one scoop of vanilla ice cream in each guests' bowl and add chocolate syrup. Be sure to ask each guest if they would like chopped peanuts added to their sundae. Then add a toothpick with a homemade "stop sign" glued to the top. Your guests will love that extra special touch, but nothing will stop them from devouring these scrumptious sundaes.
Monster Truck Wheels
You will need:
1/2 English muffin for each child
16 oz. can of baked beans
2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
Split English muffins in half and arrange on a cookie sheet. Spread beans on top of the muffin halves and sprinkle cheese on top of the beans. Cut hot dogs into thirds, then cut each lengthwise into four strips. Arrange 6 hot dog strips (for wheel spokes) on top of each muffin. Bake at 375 degrees for 10-12 minutes, or until cheese melts.
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