Organising a Party
Organising A Party?
Organising your children’s party can be more fun than organising an adult party. Below we have everything you need to arrange the best party in town.
Many parties have themes like Pirate Parties, Football Parties or Princess Parties, there are just so many to choose from. Pick a theme with your child. It is not essential but having a theme will help you know what to buy, what food to prepare, and what games to plan.
Some themes will obviously be more difficult than others. See what’s available or search online at www.PartyBits2008.co.uk
Once you have decided on a day and time you need to decide on a location. Will you arrange the party at home and allow lots of children into your house, Could be risky but could also be great fun. Why not hold your birthday party at the local village hall or nearby pub or café. This allows you more time to spend enjoying the party.
Take your child’s age into account. Generally, the younger the child, the earlier the party. You do not have to entertain all day, a few hours is more than sufficient. If you’re not having it at home, consult the desired venue to see what times are available.
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Don’t be afraid to go super theme-oriented. If you’re having a Pirate Themed Party, have them take part in a garden treasure hunt and search for gold coins by following a map.
Don’t be afraid to go super simple. Nowadays, kids aren’t playing the old school games they could be. Instead of having them all plop down in front of the Wii or X-Box, have them play Musical Chairs, Pass the Parcel or Blind Man’s Bluff, or have relay races.
For older children, have more free time. The older the child, the less structured the party should be. Kids will likely want to do their own thing at one point or another. If they express this, don’t stress. More free time for you and the other parents!