Fee, Fi, Fo, Fum… trolls are so much fun! If you’re looking for activities that are entertaining for the entire family, we have got a list for you! These troll-themed crafts, games, and snacks are perfect for birthday parties, movie nights, or just a rainy afternoon inside. Whether you want trolls of bright colors or ones that hide in your garden, you’re sure to find some favorites on this list!
1. Troll Painted Rocks
Are rock trolls the new pet rocks? You’ll have to ask your little ones as they design and create their very own rock trolls. Grab some googly eyes, markers, and terrarium moss, and spend some quality time together making new friends!
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2. Troll Hair Cutting
Practice fine motor and scissor skills with these cute prints. Your budding hairstylists can practice cutting in straight, curved, and zig-zagged lines. First, they need to cut the characters apart. Then, they can go shorter and shorter with the trolls’ hair!
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3. Troll Handprints
Make a troll-themed keepsake with your kids! Have them paint their hands in whatever color or colors they want. Then, stamp them down and cut them out. Leave some extra paper to draw ears and crazy hair!
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4. Troll Bingo
Turn movie night into game night with these cool bingo cards! When one of the trolls appears on screen, mark it off on your sheet. Or, you can have your kids find hidden trolls around the house for a fun party game. The winner gets to keep their favorite troll doll!
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5. Troll Hair Headbands
This fun troll craft is perfect for Halloween or a dress-up party! You’ll need plastic headbands and lots of tulle in bright and bold colors. Add silk flowers and bows to dress it up!
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6. Envelope Puppets
Grab some leftover envelopes and colored paper to create these awesome puppet pals! You can make them look like your kid’s favorite movie characters or create fantastic characters of your own!
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7. Troll Mason Jars
These cute little jars make great gifts or party favors! Help your kids paint the inside and outside of the jars for a pop of color. Glue on some googly eyes and draw a face. Your kids can plant some “hair” to trim or use it as a candy dish.
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8. Troll Bowling
Help your kids cope with stressful times by taking them bowling in the backyard! You’ll need empty tin cans, paint, and markers. Spend some quality time together decorating the cans with the faces of their favorite trolls before stacking them high and trying to knock them over.
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9. Toilet Paper Trolls
These cute toilet paper roll trolls are an awesome birthday party activity! Paint, color, or cover the rolls in colored construction paper. Then, cut out ears, noses, and eyes for your kids to glue on. Use party streamers or table pom-poms for hair!
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10. Troll Fairy Gardens
Design your own magical land with these adorable fairy houses for trolls! Use recycled materials to teach your kids about their responsibility to the environment. Have each kid make one house and then connect them with a button path.
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11. Troll Bridge
Sneak a science lesson into your troll-themed parties. This fun activity tests your kiddo’s knowledge of balance and physics. The goal is to collect as many pennies as possible in the cup in the middle of the bridge without it collapsing.
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12. Coloring Pages
Print out some awesome images for your kids to color as they watch their favorite movie! You can bind them together to create a beloved coloring book. Display the pages around the room or on your fridge to celebrate trolls every day!
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13. Pod Houses
You can choose to make these cute little homes out of homemade clay or paper mâche! Once the molded houses have dried, your kids can pop the balloons and decorate them. They can then choose between bright, fantasy-driven designs or woodland-themed neutrals.
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14. Troll Paper Hats
Work on those motor skills by having your little ones cut their very own Troll hairstyle! Use heavy paper to create a crown and then let your kids cut their fringe hair to their preferred length. Decorate with paper flowers, colorful beads, and lots of glitter.
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15. Glitter Slime
This gooey STEM activity is the perfect activity for kids of all ages. All you need is glue, contact solution, and baking soda. Use glitter glue or add a few drops of food coloring to get the perfect color. Mix well for hours of fun.
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16. Blotto Troll Paintings
This fun painting activity is a great way to study symmetry and let your little ones’ artistic imaginations run wild! Grab some paints and let them drop blobs on one side of the paper. Then, they can fold it over and smoosh the paint to see the fantastic characters they can create!
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17. Troll Magnets
These cute magnets will brighten up any kitchen! You’ll need some colored constriction paper, googly eyes, and yarn to craft your trolls. Help your kids cut out the troll faces. Once decorated, attach them to a magnet and place them on the fridge!
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18. DIY Glitter Microphone
Karaoke is one of many super fun Trolls-themed activities! Craft your very own glitter microphones from cardboard tubes and tin foil. Choose your favorite bubbly and bright music, and then sing along. Make it a design challenge by seeing who can make the most glittery microphone!
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19. Edible Microphones
Are your kids fans of pop music? Or maybe they prefer jazz? Either way, these tasty microphones are perfect for blending karaoke and snack time! Make a tasty Summertime treat by using ice cream instead of doughnuts.
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20. Trolls Cupcakes
These tasty snacks are perfect for any party! Make your favorite cupcake base and then decorate it with an array of brightly colored frosting and sprinkles. Grab different piping tips and have a cupcake decorating contest. Add plastic trolls to top them off!
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