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Frozen Inspired Party Game - Free Printable from Get Away Today
March 6, 2014
Author: Adelle Belnap

Have you seen the cute Olaf printable on Disney's Frozen website? It is adorable! The instructions suggest cutting out all of Olaf's pieces and building the friendly snowman. It is fun, but we decided to make it even better and turned it into a Frozen Party game!

To start, print off the Olaf pieces worksheet (download here). You will need one sheet for each player. Then, print the Olaf Dice pattern (download here).

Cut around the edges of the dice pattern. Then, fold along all of the black lines and make a seam.

Next, attach the tabs, one at a time, so that all of the sides are connected together to form a cube. You can use double sided tape, a glue stick, Elmer's glue or any other adhesive you have on hand. Press and hold each connection firmly as it dries.

This is what your dice will look like when they're finished.

Each player will need to cut out all of their own Olaf pieces to play the game.

Olaf Dice Game Instructions:

Have all players sit in a circle on the floor or around a table. Players take turns rolling the dice. Each side of the dice correlates with a piece of Olaf's body.

If the player rolls the dice and the "body" shows up on top, then they get to build a body piece on their snowman. Play continues around the circle as players roll and add the corresponding body part. If a player rolls a body part that they have already built, they don't place anything on their snowman for that turn.

If the sun is rolled, then their snowman "melts." The player has to remove one piece off of their snowman. The sun and the snow are not a good combination!

The first player to successfully build a completed Olaf, wins!

What fun is a game without a prize? Olaf has always wanted a nose. Your little party guests will enjoy getting their own Olaf nose too - filled with treats of course! You can find carrot party bags at many stores during Easter season. Fill the bags with a treat of your choice (we did jelly beans) and then attach the Frozen quote card on top. You can download the cards here. It says, "It's like a little tiny unicorn."

For more Frozen fun, visit Olaf, Anna and Elsa in Fantasyland in Disneyland! We guarantee the best price on all of our Disneyland packages. Book your next Disneyland vacation online or call our Disney Experts at 855-GET-AWAY.

Check out these other great articles:

Eat Like a Princess - 3 Meals Inspired by Frozen
Frozen Inspired Elsa Dress Tutorial
Frozen Fun - 3 Activities for Magic at Home

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Found it... I think: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/105905028713735217/

Anonymous- We're so sorry; we tried to restore the printable but we have been unable to get it working again.

The link is not working

Carrioe- Thanks for checking in! We've tried to restore the printable but it looks like we aren't currently able to do so. Our apologies!

Could you help with the printable? Wanted to use it for my daughter's party, but it isn't working! Thanks for any help!

Anonymous- Thanks for visiting our site for this Olaf printable! We'll look into the PDFs and see if we can get the links working again.

Unable to access is this still a free printable?

Thank you for the printouts.

Hi Maryellen, if you can't get the dice to pull up, try switching to a different browser. Best of luck with your party game!

Am I the only one who can't find the Olaf Dice pattern page to come up? Any help would be GREATLY APPRECIATED!

I love olaf! Reminds me of these crafts <a href="http://www.momendeavors.com/2014/03/30-disney-frozen-crafts-fun-food-ideas.html">http://www.momendeavors.com/2014/03/30-disney-frozen-crafts-fun-food-ideas.html</a>

thank you sooooo much.

Hi Kristin, you should be able to adjust your printer settings to scale it down so that it will fit 8 1/2" x 11". Good luck and have fun!

Is there any way you can make the dice fit on a standard 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of paper?

Anonymous, we just tested and it worked for us. It should print using the keyboard command by pressing the ctrl and p buttons at the same time. If you haven't already, you may want to try a different browser. Sorry and we hope it works for you soon!

I cannot print the Olaf dice printable :(

Great Game and free printables! We're adding these to Kawartha Lakes Mums Frozen Fun board!

Thanks for the printouts!

Thank you for the free printables! So cute and unique! They will be perfect for my daughters birthday!

Hi, we shared your craft on our featured post : http://mommybloggersphilippines.com/2014/05/30/disney-frozen-printables/

Thank you for making this free! Brilliant idea! I'll be using this idea to create a game for kids who stutter (I'm a speech therapist). Thanks again!

ADORABLE. I love it! Thanks for sharing such a great idea!

Thanks Deebi27 - we fixed the link and it should be working now. :)

Missing the Olaf parts link?

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