Celebrating Super Bowl LV at Home

The Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers face off in Super Bowl LV. Celebrate the big game at home with these activity ideas and kid-friendly recipes.

Your family’s annual Super Bowl party is probably a little sparse this year. But when the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers face off in Super Bowl LV on Feb. 7, there can still be plenty of football-themed fun with your kids in celebration of the big game.

Need some inspiration? We have you covered with some delicious recipes, crafts and activities for Super Bowl Sunday.

Football crafts

The game officially kicks off at 6:30 p.m., and while there are a ton of pregame shows that adults will love, kids might not find the talking heads so exciting. Keep them occupied in the hours leading up to the game with a fun craft!

They can make this banner by Tom Kat Studio to support the team they loved most or a DIY pom pom from Happiness is Homemade to cheer whenever their favorite team scores.

Too advanced? You can download some football-themed coloring sheets from Twisty Noodle or you can paint your child’s face in support of the team they love most.

Game activities

Beyond the game, one of the best parts about the Super Bowl is the commercials, and your family can take commercial-watching to the next level.

Create your own 2021 Commercial Bingo card via Fan Duel, or if your child doesn’t like the game breaks, have an indoor scavenger hunt for football-related objects or items related to the game instead (if there was a penalty before this commercial break, have your kids find something yellow before the game comes back on).

Super Bowl eats

Super Bowl food is a must while watching the game at home. Nachos, dips and sweets help make the most out of game day, and we have some delicious recipes kids can help you make.

You can try Baked BLT Dip with French baguettes, Chicken, Guacamole and Bean Nachos or touchdown cookies to make the most of your game at home — just be sure to cut the recipes down a bit so your family can finish. 

Hope you have a great game day!


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