I did a Little House on the Prairie party once for Sweet Tween when she was younger. Sweet Tween is super literary and she was so into Laura Ingall's books, so we threw her a Little House Birthday Party.
I originally searched for ideas on the internet and didn't find many. So I'm passing my ideas onto you. I hope it helps!
The Decorologist. Click on the image above and it will take you there.
Pirouette cookies for the cabin, and rock candy for the path.
HOMEMADE BUTTER AND BREAD
1 Small Baby Food Jar
1/4 cup of COLD Heavy Whipping Cream
Put lid on jar and shake and shake until it thickens
Add Salt to taste
Dress Up: We mentioned on the invite that the girls could dress up in pioneer-style clothes. We saw many aprons, bonnets, skirts, and braids. It was darling!
Dinner: Our main activity was having a pioneer meal of carrots, potatoes, and roast (all done in the slow cooker) and the bread and butter they made.
Hand-made Toys: Using Crayola Model Magic the girls made hand-made toys to take home. We talked about how pioneers had to be creative and make their own playthings. Model Magic is easy to mold and it dries nicely.
Pass the Pail: This was our only outside game. It's a relay. I filled our kiddie pool up with water and had the girls stand in lines in 2 teams. The first person fills a bucket with some water and they quickly pass it down the line of their teammates and try to fill up a large container at the other end of the line. The first time to fill it wins.