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An upcoming kids-focused event may inspire a mixture of emotions. You're more than happy to celebrate a birthday, graduation, or other event, yet you're a bit nervous about your ability to entertain a bunch of 'rambunctious' young people. Lucky for you, a quick search on the Internet elicits a number of options. Consider the following five party themes that are sure to entertain.Kids love to play dress up. It provides the opportunity to utilize their creativity, and in the case of a firefighter theme, presents the chance to pretend they're grownups (if only they knew the irony regarding a high number of adults wishing they could act as kids!). Find such favors as fire truck piñatas, paddle balls, themed coloring books, and (of course) firefighter hats on reputable party supply store sites.There's something about pirates that intrigues little kids. Maybe it is the easy-going lifestyle of the open seas. Find party supplies such as hats, telescopes, daggers and swords, and more. Not all kids want to be the "bad guy" in imaginary play scenarios, yet a light-up pirate is as good a reason as any to adopt the role!Girls love dress up and what a perfect way to host a party. Have all of the children dress up in their favorite costume and provide them all with tiaras and wands. Set a little tea party and of course bring out the jewels for the perfect accessory. The girls will have fun for hours.We hope your next party is full of fun and memories for all to share.
When one thinks of birthday party favors, teeth rotting delicacies might come to mind. Perhaps you want to try a different approach in sending out your guests in style after your kid’s birthday party. Of course, it all starts with the bag. If your birthday party has a theme, then it would be wise to tailor the paper or cellophane bags to the specific theme. Perhaps you will need a pirate, firefighter, construction worker, princess or smiley face bag to put your birthday party favors in. Maybe some fish, monkeys or dinosaurs. Even if you find yourself without a narrow theme, there are all kinds of colors and safe materials to give a fashionable impression.Kids love bubbles, and so do adults, considering parents don’t have to clean up after them! Any child would be pleased to receive some as a birthday party favor. Paper blowouts are also popular, and can accommodate to any theme you choose. Noisemakers are another hit, from maracas to kazoos to clappers. Kids light up finding whistles in their loot bags too.Activity packs are another fun way to entertain the guests post-party, and in a manner that gets their minds working! Unless you want to incorporate this at your party, try inexpensive games like the Party Bingo Game. There are a few themed games too that could potentially match your party. For example, a party full of little girls would be pleased with the Princess Birthday Party Game. Did you have a piñata at your party? The Stick The Tail On The Donkey Game goes hand-in-hand with a fabulous fiesta.