Top Ten Tips to Hosting a Kids Birthday Party at Home

Published by August 22, 2018
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Start things off… 
Establish a job to introduce guest and keep them occupied as others arrive. Make a birthday banner, decorate paper crowns, or colour paper placemats.

Keep ’em busy… 
Children whip through activities rapidly, so have plenty lined up.

Skip birthday-kid meltdowns… 
There’s nothing’s harder for the young ones than to sharing their most favoured toys. Set them out of sight before the party.

Calm the chaos… 
Kids start a party already amped up, so have activities in a number of chambers when possible so guests don’t swarm together in one spot. Follow a high-energy game with a lower-key one.

Get extra Assistance 
Teenagers, friends can be a big help on the day with the little things. They may help with crafts and games, pass out cake slices, and spare you from leading the Hokey Pokey.

Give kids a festive look… 
Skip pointy party hats — the rubber band below the tot’s chin will only make for squirms. Attempt a colorful headband or make paper-bag hats.

Avoid tears… 
Say no to life-size Scooby-Doo or even Sponge Bob. They’re a hit with larger kids, but small ones may freak out when they see a six-foot personality with a giant head.

Ensure the piñata works 
Prime it with a number of whacks before kids take their turn, or purchase one with strings, which you pull to release the bounty.

Prompt politeness… 
In case your child opens presents in the party, have her practice saying “thank you” beforehand. Prompt all kids to say Please and Thank You, are the two most important words at a Kids Birthday Party.

Have Fun…

The last but the most important thing is for YOU to have fun as well !!!

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This post was written by Grant Carlyon

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