My daughter is turning 13 in May and we are trying to plan something without relying on the weather cause we don't have an undercover area and our house s small. There are 20 girls and we were going to do a campout sleepover watching an outdoor movie, toasting marshmallows, pizza, movie food, etc. Any other suggestions for this amount of girls or does this sound good?
By Nikki from Sydney, Australia
It sounds like plenty to me. Actually it is more than I would ever do for any birthday party.
That sounds awesome! I wouldn't plan to much more because at that age, girls just like to gossip about boys and school, so you need to leave room for that!
I would suggest a classic movie, like "Now and Than". I think I watched that movie for the first time in Jr High and it is still a favorite!
It sounds like plenty but you can incorporate a few games.
My friend is having a 13th birthday party. She is interested in Acting and Drama. She lives in a big family, so money & supplies is rationed. She is sort of a tomboy, she will wear pink but not sit at the "girls table" at lunch. Ideas. Please?
You could get some campfire songs and sing them or get games you can play round the campfire. :)
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