Here are the games that we played since it is SO hard to find fun games for parties:
First, we made "morphers" or "throwing stars" with cut up cardboard cereal boxes, duck tape, stickers, and sharpies.
A punch board with different colored Power Ranger sashes in them. I bought satin ribbon on sale at Hobby Lobby and used freezer paper stencils and paint to put the symbol from the newest movie on them.
Then, we had a Nerf "shooting the bad guys" contest. I used this fun beanbag toss game my sister-in-law made my kids for Christmas last year and taped printed Power Ranger villains to the inside of the holes. It was WAY harder than it looked but the boys loved it.
After that, we had water balloon training outside. My husband was in charge of this so I could clean up from feeding the masses. He had them toss a balloon back and forth, try to hit one tossed at you with a bat, and see how far you could throw it.
Next, the birthday boy had made up an obstacle course in our back yard that he wanted everyone to follow him and do so they all ran around and did that for a while.
The final game that we used was a "collect the energems" game. I made up 100 energems using bead tubes, glue, water, and glitter. I hot glued the tops on so they wouldn't come off. I also made bags for each child using iron on printed Power Rangers to match their color sash. (I got the bags at Hobby Lobby too) They each got to find 10 energems and then we split them so they had one of each color. It was a bit like an Easter Egg hunt, but the boys loved it and because my husband hid all the energems for me, it took them a while to find them all. It was pretty cool to see them helping each other after they found all their items and working together so nicely. Totally worth all the time I put into making the little things!
For party favors the boys took home their sashes, bags, energems, and a small bag of candy (pulled from my kids' 4th of July stash, lol) It ended up being a super loud, but super smooth, easy party!
All the sashes drying. I used craft acrylic paint on satin ribbon and it worked beautifully!
The bags. Birthday boy got the super big picture. They turned out pretty cool.
The nerf game. You could also use a cardboard box with cutout holes but I happened to have this.
The top view of the punch board. I used clear cups because A. I had them and B. I could see what color sash each kid would get that way. Some had strong preferences.
Front view of the punch board.