Ideas for Daughter's 10th Birthday Party

My daughter is turning ten soon and still doesn't have a party idea. She is a bit of a tomboy so she doesn't want a makeup theme. We can't do a sleepover, pool party, or bowling. She wants a big party with lots of people, but doesn't have any ideas what to do at home.

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Please help. Any ideas would be great.

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January 31, 20180 found this helpful
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Is this party strictly going to be at home then? You could hold a party at the beach/lake (if you're near one), or even at the park that way you can have a lot of people come.

There are lots of ideas on pinterest.

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If she's a tomboy sort of child, then do a theme that she loves. If she loves sports do this type of theme. I saw a cute came not long ago and it was on a smartphone. You had a timer and the game gave you a name and others had to give you clues, But what was funny about this is the person had to hold the phone on their head. If the answer was correct, they tipped the phone upwards and if it was wrong they tipped it downwards.

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You can make games like this or use your own smartphone for this game. The person who wins will get some sort of a sports prize. I'd go to the dollar store to get the stuff.

Another fun one is at the dollar store get a bunch of YoYo's and have a YoYou game. You can get 5 and have 5 children play at a time. See who can keep it moving up and down the longest. In the end the one who wins each round moves up.

Another fun game is cup stacking. Have so many cups set up on each table, split the people into teams, now start stacking up cuts, the next has to align them again for the person behind to stack. The first team to finish wins.

A lot of games can be indoors and you can have fun with this if you think about it. Creating a few of your own games like cup stacking can be a lot of fun and the kids will love it.

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You could make an obstacle course in your backyard. Softball or basketball is also an inexpensive choice.

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