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13th Birthday Party Ideas

I'm turning 13 in February and I'm starting to think about what I should do for my party. I was thinking about going ice skating with my friends, but once I saw the price tag, I knew I couldn't do that to my parents. I don't really want to have a party at home, I want to go out and do something. I would probably be inviting around 10 people. Please help!


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December 29, 20160 found this helpful

You could go out for pizza or dessert. Does your local high school or college have sports games or shows? You can get tickets cheaply.

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December 29, 20161 found this helpful

Thirteen is a *Tween* age party. You want them to feel like big girls but not too big. You could have a a nail stylist (or an older teen) come in and do *Mani-Pedi's* They would just love it! For the party, have pizza delivery and soda, pop some popcorn. And some of their favorite music. A goodie bag (from the dollar Store) filled with some nail polish, polish remover, emery boards, hand cream, any sample size girly stuff! The bags are cheap also there. Have a great time planning this party with your thirteen year old daughter!! Including her in the planning is so important!

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December 29, 20160 found this helpful

As a mom to 5 daughters...we have done the following: bowling party, roller skating, slumber and pizza party, trip to the cosmetology school for make overs (they gave us a group rate), movies (found a groupon for that one), zoo, worked a volunteer shift at a riding stable for disabled kids, and one of those painting parties, as well as had a 4H photography project girl (a high school senior) come in and take fancy photos of the girls and she put them on a cd for us to print and download what we wanted.

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December 30, 20160 found this helpful

Why not check out a local bead supply store to see if they teach classes? If the guests on your list are all girls, that might be a fun option. Boys, however, might also like to learn to make braided wrist bands?

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December 31, 20160 found this helpful

A pizza party-sleepover would be fun and low cost. Use flour tortillas and let each girl put on toppings of choice. Make your own ice cream cake by softening ice cream in your favorite flavors and layering them over a cookie crumb crust in a spring form pan. Refreeze till needed. Supply toppings of choice.

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January 3, 20170 found this helpful

Omg I have the same problem what day is yours???? I am thinking of taking them to the mall and everyone brings money to go there and we do a bunch of shopping then we go back to my house and watch a movie.

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January 25, 20170 found this helpful

When is your birthday?
Mine is in Feb. too

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February 2, 20170 found this helpful

Yes!! i am also turning 13 in February.(27) I have no clue what to do. I would suggest Boomers or Kabooms or bowling,Mall shopping,hotel party, sleepover, camp out or hawaii party.

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