Kermit meets King Kong
- Karate Kid
- Karls – Karl Marx
- Kylies – Kylie Minogue
- Kath & Kim (Australian comedians)
- Kens – Kenny Everett, Ken the doll (Barbie's mate)
- Kentucky Fried Chicken
- Kimono party – traditionally Japanese but adopted by others including ABBA
- King – Medieval and Renaissance or Egyptian Party
- King Kong
- Captain Kirk
- KISS the band – get out your makeup
- Kitten – four legged or two?
- Knots – borrow a boy scout, get some rope, and keep your guests busy learning how to tie knots.
- Knight – Medieval and Renaissance
Dress-ups – Jobs starting with ‘K'
Dressing up as an occupation gives you plenty of scope for creativity and indulging in a little humour. Think about how characters with these occupations have been characterised in films and television. Use accessories and catchphrases to exaggerate their qualities and give plenty of clues.
- Karate teacher
- Kindergarten teacher
- Kitchen hand
- Knee doctor. Remind everyone to appreciate their knees by challenging them to see how can go longest without bending their knees.
- Knowledge worker
- Koala handler (khaki and lots of scratches)
- Dress up as a giant box of Special K or bucket of KFC
Food starting with ‘K'
- Kalamata olives
- Kangaroo meat
- Keema curry (mince and peas)
- Kidney beans (chili con carne or salads)
- King prawns
- Korma curry
- Ketchup – and everything to go with it
Make your own decorations with A4 sized templates from 0to5.com.au- letter K