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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Thanksgiving Treasure Hunt Clues

Thanksgiving Treasure Hunt Clues Looking to hold a thematic treasure hunt this Thanksgiving for your kids?  Here are clues to get the Turkey Hunt going:

Pumpkin Pie: Orange and spicy, with a dollop of whip, I sure am yummy!

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Five Tips To Keep Kids Happy During the Holiday Meal

Five Tips to Keep the Kids Busy During the Holiday MealLarge holidays meals can be a wonderful way to enjoy a feast with family and friends. However, it’s a long time for young children to sit at the table. Here are 5 ideas to make long meals enjoyable for even the squirmiest kids:

1. Fun Drinks. Set out special colored glasses or cups, perhaps plastic would work well, and outfit them with crazy straws, umbrellas, fruit, and ice cubes with holiday gummies frozen inside.  The kids will be delighted with the fun drinks.

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Kids Table Thanksgiving Etiquette

Kids Table Thanksgiving EtiquetteWill you be setting up a kids’ table for your Thanksgiving feast this year?  It’s often a tradition to have a small table set up for the children to sit around given the large numbers of people often invite to the Thanksgiving feast.  The kids gather round and have the company of one another and the adults are seated at the main table without the worry of serving the children there.  It’s almost considered its own Thanksgiving tradition these days.

Keep these tips in mind when setting up the kids’ table this year:

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Thanksgiving Games for Kids and Adults

Thanksgiving Games for Kids and AdultsSpending time with family is an essential part of the Thanksgiving holiday. When you’re not cooking up a delicious meal or sitting around the table, why not play games kids and adults can enjoy together? Like family game night with a Thanksgiving twist, these activities from Karen Perkins of Celebrations.com Karen Perkins encourage interaction and bonding. A few of them may even help work off some of the turkey, stuffing and pie you’ve just consumed!

Thanksgiving Games & Tips

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Halloween Decorations Treasure Hunt Clues

Halloween Decorations Treasure Hunt CluesIt’s coming on Halloween season again, and it’s the perfect season for a Halloween Treasure Hunt.  We love coming up with clues for your very own hunts, and this year is no exception. (See these other Halloween treasure hunt clues too.)

Check out the clues:

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Candy Corn Games

Candy Corn Games‘Tis the season for that super sweet kernel of candy corn that everyone can agree reminds them of Halloween past, present, and, most likely, future!  Besides eating all of that candy corn that may be laying around your home this week, you can also play some fun and simple games with these bright candy kernels.

  1. Send the kids on a Candy Corn Hunt.  You can do this a couple of different ways.  Create a path of Candy Corn that they must use to hunt around and cannot sway from the path.  Alternatively, hide small bags of candy corn around your yard and send the kids on a traditional hunt.
  2. Fill a large pumpkin pail with candy corn and see who guesses the number of candy corn. Whoever guesses closest, wins!  Share the Candy Corn with everyone.
  3. Create Candy Corn Artwork with heavy card stock, candy corn, and a glue stick.  This may get messy, but will be fun!
  4. Make Candy Corn Strings, just like popcorn.  Decorate the room and front doorway with the Candy Corn Strings.
  5. Make a homemade batch of Candy Corn.  A great idea for older children.
  6. Serve Candy Corn Rice Krispie Treats.
  7. Play Candy Corn Fooz Ball.  Using a large table surface, set up two kids at different ends of the table.  The children throw candy corn to the other child, who must block it from going through and making a goal.  The child can block it using a solid cookie cutter.  (Make sure it is one that will not scratch up your table.)
  8. Make Candy Corn Sculptures using frosting to hold the sculpture together.  Make sure to place paper down on your table to keep the mess minimal.
  9. Serve up Jones Soda Candy Corn flavor to match the fun!
  10. Finally, send them home with bags of the sweet stuff!

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Halloween Treasure Hunt Clues

Halloween Treasure Hunt CluesHere are some Halloween Treasure Hunt Clues for your upcoming Halloween Party you can use regardless of where you hide subsequent clues. You must fill in the details based on where you hide your clues!

Happy Halloween To You,
Get Your Glo-Sticks to Look For The Clues
Don’t Get Scared When the Ghosts Go Boo!
Look Under ______ for Clue #2!

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