Pull String Pinata for birthday Parties

A pull string pinata is used in birthday parties where you do not want your little guests swinging a bat with gusto. While there is something to be said about how most kids enjoy smashing a pinata, pull string ones can be loads of fun too, especially when your guests are too young to safely handle a bat or a stick.

Just choose a place to hang the pinata from, indoor or outdoor, and fill it with goodies that the children will enjoy. The pinata can be the centerpiece before it is time to have fun withPull String Pinatas it. Usually, the little ones are lined up in order of height or age, whichever is lesser, in ascending order with the tallest / eldest one at the end of the line. Each of them gets to pull a string, but only one string will release the secret lock that empties the contents of the pinata. Once that happens, of course, there’s going to be a mad rush to collect the goodies. You might want to keep some extra candies (or whatever you filled the pinata with) to throw into the melee to ensure everyone gets something. It is also best to remain close enough to see to it that no one gets hurt while having fun – little fingers are notoriously easy to get stamped on in a pinata pulling scenario by equally cute little feet. Also, if there are toddlers in the party, you might want to shop for a pinata with soft release ribbons.

Pull string pinatas are also great for occasions when your kid wouldn’t feel comfortable smashing up the pinata because it resembles a favorite character or looks too cute to destroy. And there are so many to choose from. You could choose a Pink Ballerina Shoe pinata for your baby girl, a baseball, football, basket ball or beach ball pinata for your boy or from any of the Disney characters that your child is especially fond of. There’s Dr. Seuss Cat in a Hat pinata, and Mermaids or Seahorse if you are hosting an ocean themed party. For a child that loves heavy duty stuff, there’s an array of tractors, bulldozers and tanks to choose from. Some of these require a separate kit for turning them into pull string pinatas. Others come ready with ribbons attached.

There are blank pull string pinatas too, to which you can tack on a balloon of your choice, or simply get down and dirty with your child to create the most unique pull string pinata ever. And the best part is that no matter what you may end up choosing, you just can’t go wrong with a pull string pinata – for all the little guests and the birthday baby, it is going to be the high point of the birthday party.