Kid's parties can be great fun. For most kids parties are a highlight and something that they look forward to for weeks and maybe even months in advance. Because of this it is important that you plan your kid's party correctly to ensure that there are no sad little faces at the party and that everyone leaves with a happy memory of the party and a smiley face.
One important rule for kid's parties is to let them enjoy themselves with as little interference from adults as possible. The adults should be there to supervise and to make sure that everyone is safe but other than that and to organise the party games there should be no more involvement from adults.
Kids always love playing games so trying to come up with new and interesting games for the kids to enjoy themselves can sometimes be a little difficult. Old favourites such as pass the parcel always go down well but perhaps you would like to add a little twist to the game, perhaps instead of winning a prize each time the music stops and you un-wrap a layer the kid has to perform a small act to win the prize.
If you are having a theme party perhaps a pirate theme then why not make a pirate ship piñata that all of the children have to take turns to hit with a pirates sword? You could fill the ship with gold coin chocolate money so that when it splits the gold treasure spills out onto the floor. Games such as this are easy to organise and will keep the kids entertained for a while.
Dressing up at a party is always fun for kids. You could perhaps organise a dressing up competition by putting lots of old clothes and dressing up clothes in a big box and getting the children to try to dress up in a particular theme. This provides fun for all the children and a fair bit of amusement for the parents.
Above all else you should try to keep the games simple and easy for the kids to understand and this way you should be able to keep their concentration and help them to enjoy the party that little bit more.
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Harwood E Woodpecker.