Print out a stack of football word-find games and give the kids a prize when they turn in their completed puzzles.
Set up a popcorn bar and ask guests to vote for their favorite flavor. Find popcorn bar tips plus recipes for caramel, strawberry and peanut butter popcorn right here!
Get the kids psyched for the game with a little team face paint.
Send the dads to supervise the kids in a game of "pin the football in the goalposts" so you and the girls can enjoy the commercials in peace.
Set out materials for the kids to cut out and lace up their own football snack bowls. The payoff? A generous helping of fresh popcorn!
Create a craft station where the kids can draw and mark off their own miniature football field. They'll be practicing their math skills, counting by tens. Plus, they'll learn how to fold their own miniature origami football!
Make your own tabletop cornhole game or buy a similar one (Hayneedle.com, $25).
Kids and grown-ups will have to pay close attention to the game and the commercials to spot the numbers and symbols on these free, downloadable bingo cards.
Are you as excited as we are to learn about the existence of these mini foam fingers? The diminutive digits can be ordered by the dozen (Amazon, $6) and customized with a little Mod Podge and glitter. Too cute!
Brown construction paper, white paper or a white crayon, scissors and tape are all you need for the kids to create a festive football paper chain.
Candy-filled footballs made from plastic Easter eggs? Genius! Hide the mini footballs around the house for your small guests to find, then let the kids use them as noisemakers before they gobble up the goodies inside.
Grab your tiny chefs and enlist their help in layering on pepperoni and cheese slices in a football design on your pizza. Then toss it in the oven to bake. Fun to make, fun to eat!
Make these chocolate-covered pretzels ahead of time or leave the final icing piping for the kids to "tackle" while the game is on.
These adorable little football cake pops are pretty easy to make and so simple to eat while watching the game. Just make sure you have enough to go around!
Go the whole 9 yards (or is it 50?) and wrap the kids' juice boxes in little pigskin designs. We'll drink to that!
Check out these football crafts for kids!
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