I am highly intrigued and enlightened by your idea for a fairy / knight dragon slayer party theme. It fits my twins to a 'tee' however I hope you will respond to me concerning approximately how much it was financially to throw a fun, busy and enjoyable activities and games to play. Especially any suggestions for the decor and favors used to help in transforming the scene into a masquerade ball and real like costumes. Please contact me at arischengottin1488 AT yahoo.com or call me at 480-926-1302 asap my kids b-day is 3-7-08. thanks Jennifer w
I would say a good idea is to have a "circus" party. That way, there COULD be ballerinas, but also clowns, a Ringmaster, Tightrope walkers, etc...
You could use a hula hoop and lay it down for the "ring"...and then give each child something to wear/do according to who they were in the circus. Maybe the ballerina gets to wear a tutu and a crown. Maybe the clown gets to wear those funny eyeglasses with the funny nose that are plastic... Maybe the tightrope walkers get to carry something on a paper plate across a ribbon placed on the floor to be the "rope"...
Just some thoughts... You could use balloons and streamers to decorate with, and serve cupcakes...
Sounds like fun to ME...LOL!!!
Check the party section of your local discount department store, or a party goods store, or even a Dollar Tree if you have one nearby.
Hope that helps!
we did a fairy tale party for my 3 (now 5) year old. Boys got to be knights/dragons/ogres etc- girls could be fairies, princesses/magicians -whatever
Lots of fun- my sister dressed up as a fairy godmother, and we pretended my brother was an evil dragon and the kids whacked him with foam bats-quite entertaining for us adults:)
Check out www.birthdaypartyideas.com for interesting games. I suggest a winter-themed party with snowflakes and snowmen. You could do pin-the-nose-on-the-snowman game, and another fun game is to gather them in a circle and have each party guest put on mittens, then have a race to open up candy. At that age, too many guests can ruin the fun when things get rowdy and out of hand. A good rule of thumb is to limit the number of guests to the age of the party host, so in this case I wouldn't have more than 4 or 5 at the most. My daughter is now 10 and I'm speaking from experience!
My daughter is having a party and her friends do not like what she likes. Please give us some ideas to liven up her day. Thank you.
By Jannet B. from Rugby, Warwickshire
You don't say how old. If she is older than preschool, find different friends. Just plain fun things, outdoor stuff, chalk, bubbles, sand box, etc. Doggie and bone was the party goers to my kids' favorite. Also when I was a kid at parties! And a quiet game at that! Item under the chair of blindfolded person. All others have to take turns sneaking up to take it without being caught. It must be guessed who took it. Having only boys, this was a quiet game to settle kids down.
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