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Coming up with out of the box ideas for your kid’s birthday party may be hard year after year. Here is a list of 5 great ideas you can do for their next birthday bash.
A get messy party is exactly what it sounds like. You set up stations of fun and messy activities. This is one of our favorite ideas for a party because it allows your kids to be kids. It’s a good idea to let the other parents know what kind of party you’re having. That way they will know to send an extra set of clothes.
Ideas for Stations
- Edible Finger Paint
- Shaving Cream Slip and Slide
- Messy Hair Station
- Messy Tarp Art
- Pie Eating Contest
2. Let’s Go Camping
Whether you have a camping party at a camp ground or pretend that your back yard is a camp site, this party theme allows you to be very creative.
Pitch a tent, make a fire and tell some ghost stories. Your child will be sure to remember this party for years to come.
3) A Night at the Movies
Grab some sleeping bags, your child’s favorite movie and come in BRAVO! to rent the projector and screen. You will have all the makings for a fun filled birthday party.
Set up a concession stand in the back yard so everyone has all their favorite movie snacks! Check with BRAVO! on the popcorn machine for that added touch!
4) A Get Crafty Party
What child (or adult) doesn’t like craft time? This fun birthday idea allows children to explore their creative side. They will have tons of projects to take home with them. Imagine all the possibilities and who knows you might have a Picasso on your hands.
5) Mad Scientist Party
For a mad scientist party you can set up stations with kid friendly science experiments. Make sure you have age appropriate experiments. It is also a good idea to have some extra adults on hand at each station for extra support.
Make your own slime
Have a candy station with science type candy. Think Nerds, Atomic Warheads, Pop Rocks, Smarties, and gummy creatures.
- Your child’s birthday is the same day every year so make sure you plan ahead. We suggest you start the planning process three months ahead of time.
- Make sure the theme you choose reflects your child’s personality. Get their opinion on the type of party they would like to have.
- Always have a plan B in case of bad weather.
- Make sure you carry your theme throughout the whole party i.e. the invitations, birthday cake, activities, and favors.
- It is always helpful to prepare other parents with special instructions. For example, to send your child with an extra change of clothes.
No matter what theme you choose make sure you have tons of activities for the children to do. What is your favorite birthday party theme?