Having a Successful Birthday Party for Your Child
By Robin Nobles
In your child's life, there's almost nothing more exciting than his or her birthday party. Planning the "perfect" party, complete with games, party favors, decorations, etc., ranks up there with Santa Claus and the elves on the excitement scale. Let's visit the Internet for some wonderful resources for planning birthday parties for children.
The Partyworks.com for all your party supplies!
Kids at Home site offers some excellent tips for planning birthday parties
At the site, you'll also find a link for birthday party theme ideas. How about having a "Be a Star" party, complete with a karaoke contest? Or, a "Little Artist" party, where guests have paints, rubber stamps, markers, or colors and spend time letting their creativity soar. Other ideas include a Bubble Party, Arts and Crafts Party, Scavenger Hunt, and a Build Your Own Maze Party. http://www.creativekidsathome.com/party_ideas.html
At BirthdayPartyIdeas.com, you'll find a huge assortment of party ideas of all sorts divided by age group. How about a Backwards Party, a Sports Party, or a Mystery Party? Some of the ideas are for specific holidays, and the site even lets you submit your own party ideas. http://www.birthdaypartyideas.com/
If you're going to be planning a child's birthday party soon, be sure to check out these great sources for some wonderful ideas for making your child's birthday extra special.
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