Secret Agent 007, are you? See the spy party games and activities you can use to transform your child’s secret agent party into a fun top secret birthday bash.
Spy Party Games are the ultimate test for many secret agent fans. It is an exciting way to celebrate a birthday or spy themed party with secret missions, code names, and lots of fun that we can’t divulge to just anyone. You’ll need special clearance for that information…
These spy birthday party games are filled with activities that use reasoning skills and investigation skills to track down the suspect.
How to Set Up for a Secret Spy Party
Set up is easy with the right secret agent equipment. You’ll need a few things to make your spy games realistic and fun.
- Tables and chairs for all of your guests
- Various crime scene props such as fake blood, weapons, money, etc.
- An outline of a body on the floor with tape
- A bulletin board for pictures or photos of the suspects (guests)
- Weapons, disguises, sticker mustaches, and gadgets that are appropriate for children
- Name badges for each of your guests
- Nerf guns and bullseyes for party décor target practice.
- Obstacle Course for agent training.
On the spy party invitations, ask each child to come dressed in all black or dark clothing. Every good spy needs dark sunglasses, which makes a fun take-home prize or party gift.
Of course, take a look at all our Spy Party Ideas. Find party favors, birthday cake ideas, and costumes for planning and executing the best secret agent party details.
Secret Agent Training
Before starting the spy party games, you’ll want to have a little secret agent training for your guests. This will help them get into character and understand the rules of the games.
Explain that they are all undercover agents working for a secret organization. You can supply each child at the secret agent party with a manila envelope or folder. Use the Find Your Code Names PDF to get each agent’s spy name. Provide sharpies and name tags so that each agent can refer to the other players by their spy name.
They will have to have their photo taken so you can post it on the “Wanted” bulletin board. A small black briefcase is also a cool decoration if you have access to one.
- Explain that they are all undercover agents working for a secret organization.
- Give them their mission briefing and explain the rules of the game.
- Distribute any props they will need for their mission, such as fake weapons, disguises, or ID cards.
The first game is always best to start with some training so that everyone is on the same page.
Fun Spy Party Games Ideas
The following are some of the included unique ideas that are fun for kids of all ages.
Spy Game #1 – Pin the target on the enemy spy! Use a picture of an enemy spy, downloaded from the Internet or drawn yourself, and give every guest a target to pin onto it. Be sure to cover the agent’s eyes before they each pin their target onto the picture.
Spy Game #2 – Shoe Print Expert. In this game, the agents will examine the shoe that was found near the crime scene and search for matches.
Spy Game #3 – Find the Suspect. Use the clues to rule out suspects and find the true culprit. Just print out the pages and provide a pencil or pen for this fun spy game for kids.
Spy Game #4 – Identify the Fingerprints. For this cool game, you’ll need a few washable ink pads so your guests can see what type of fingerprints they have.
Spy Game #5 – Create Secret Agent Names. Using letters of the alphabet and your birthday month, create your own James Bond codename. Will it be Golden Slayer, Lone Wolf, or Invisible Viper?
Spy Game #6 – Secret Code Clues. Can you decipher the hidden message using the code key?
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Ready to make this party the bomb? Secret agent games are a great way to have fun with friends. I hope you’ve enjoyed these creative secret agent games and activities. Light the dynamite and make your next spy themed party explosive and a memorable one.
Enjoy that spy mission!
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In addition to this spy kit, also take a look at these Backyard Games and Camo Party Games. Both can be blended into party activities for kids that are training to become agents.
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