Party Ideas
A kids’ party should be fun and exciting.  Moms, and other kid party planners, agree with that, but also want a kids party that is easy to plan and budget friendly.  If you begin with a theme (simple or extravagant) for your child’s party, planning usually goes much easier.  Consider your child’s favorite things as fodder for a great kid party theme. These kid party ideas are updated daily with the latest party ideas, kid party trends, party etiquette, seasonal kid party ideas, and kid party tips, so check back often!
 
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Halloween Punch Tips for Kids Parties

Halloween Punch Tips for Kids PartiesLooking for some fun, spooky Halloween punch tips for your upcoming Halloween parties?  It’s always a wonderful element to any party to include a festive thematic punch to gross out the kids during the party.  It doesn’t take much to make your Halloween punch pack its own punch this season.  Keep these top tips in mind when making up your brew.

Halloween Punch Tips for Kids Parties

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Crafty Potion: Kids Will Love It!

Crafty Potions Tis the season for all things wicked and hocus pocus.  Here’s an easy concoction to make that kids will love!

Take a plastic goblet — either one that’s already decorated or one that the kids can decorate by gluing on gems.

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Halloween Drinks

Halloween DrinksIf you are thinking up some brews for your big Halloween Monster Mash this year, here are some halloween drink ideas to quench the thirst of your little goblins:

Ghostly Slime Juice

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Create a Favorite Party Drink!

Want a great tasting and easy-to-make punch for your next party? Mix a frozen juice concentrate, like lemonade, with club soda instead of water. Add lots of ice and fruit (lemon slices, raspberries, etc.) to make it look festive. Be sure that the fruit you add will taste good with the flavor of the punch.

Easy and delicious!

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Fizzy Cubes

shutterstock_3135915Looking to jazz up your drinks for your next kids’ party? Here’s an easy and quick idea to add some fizz:

  1. Take an ice cube tray and fill up the individual cubes halfway with your kid’s favorite fruit juice.
  2. Pour clear soda, such as 7 Up or Sprite, into the individual cubes, now filling them up to the top.
  3. Freeze overnight.

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Favorite, Easy Punch

For a great tasting and very easy punch for your next party, take a frozen drink, such as lemonade, and instead of using water to mix it with as the directions state, substitute with Club Soda. Stir it up, and add lots of ice and fruit to make it look festive, such as lemon slices or raspberries. Make sure the fruit added will taste good with the flavor of the punch.Easy and Delicious!

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Party Drinks

You have your menu all set and the cake and goodies are all made up as well. What’s going to quench the kids’ thirst…literally…at this party?

There are lots of ideas out there….

  • Serve Ice Cold Lemonade, either pink or yellow
  • Serve Kool Aid, so many varieties and colors, and it is sure to please.
  • For a punch, add Club Soda to frozen juice rather than plain water. Whatever the flavor, add some slices of real fruit to make it look festive.
  • Milk Shakes or Root Beer Floats.
  • Frozen Juice Smoothies
  • Serve Milk…chocolate, or add food coloring to make it any color you like!
  • Juice Boxes are always a good idea for a party in the park.

Fos some added festive fun, put a pack of Pop Rocks next to each kids’ place setting and have them add the candy to their drinks. Lots of fizzy fun for the kids!

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