Pokemon Party free printables

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It turned out to be easy and fun to host a great Pokemon party. To make it even easier for you, here are Pokemon party free printables of everything we used at Max’s Pokemon party. It was a a super-fun-tastic party and the kids adored the activities.
Many of these Pokemon party free printables are linked to games we played at our recent Pokemon party. The games are great fun and pull the party together so well. It’s like one long episode of a Pokemon cartoon for the kids to play.

Click here to see our fantastic Pokemon Party.

Amazing Pokemon party free printables

Pokemon Party free printables

Important note

You will need to install these fonts to use these free Pokemon Party printables:

•  Calibri – this is an in-built MS font. If you don’t have it, a good substitute is Geo Sans Light

•  Eraser – click here to download this font from dafont

Pokemon Party free printables - plus how to host the best-ever Pokemon party on a budget

How to download

Click on the image or the link below to download the Pokemon Party free printables file to your computer. Feel free to edit however you would like to make it work for your party. Please don’t reproduce these files for anything other than your own Pokemon party.

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Next stop: Pokemon party games!

Many of the Pokemon party free printables here are linked to games we played at our Pokemon party. Click on the image below to learn how to put the Pokemon party together. The games are super fun and kids of all ages loved them – they are especially good for tweens and early-teens. You can ramp up each game to be great for older kids, or simplify for younger kids.

cool Pokemon party games copy

What are you planning for your Pokemon party?

Written by Bron Maxabella

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8 Comments

  1. Lakin

    Thank you so much for sharing all of your hard work!!!! I was really stressed about pulling this party off and now, thanks to you, I’m so excited to throw this for my 8 year old 🙂

    Reply
  2. Caila

    Hi, thanks for this. For the standing pokemon characters, is there a guide on how did you make it stand? thank you and all the best! 🙂

    Reply
  3. Amanda B

    What size paper did you use for the standing characters?

    Reply
  4. Pj

    Thank you for sharing this. I love the standing froakie and pikachu. I would like to ask if you also have fletchling and hawlucha.

    Reply
    • Maxabella

      No, just the Pokemon mentioned in the article, PJ.

      Reply
  5. Danielle Fleming

    your standing pikachu link is a copy of your house rules fyi. thought you might want to fix it.

    Reply
    • Maxabella

      Thank you! I have absolutely no idea whose house rules they are or even who Jon is (but he sounds like he means business). I’ve fixed the link.

      Reply
      • Danielle Fleming

        lol- he did sound quite serious! Thank you very much for the link, these will be perfect for my son’s 9th birthday!

        Reply

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