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10 Ideas for Children's Birthday Parties at Home

Birthday Party

There is nothing harder than having to come up with birthday party ideas that you can do at home. If you are struggling here are some ideas to help you out. They are all affordable and easy to pull off. 

Have a Pool Party

If you have a pool, there is nothing simpler than throwing the kids a pool party. You can invite a wide range of kids. And the best thing about it is that it requires minimal preparation. All you need are inflatables, sunscreen as well as some towels and food. But even though it is super simple and fast to plan, you need to make sure that you have enough adults watching over the kids at all times. But if you live in a hot place such as Australia, you need to make sure that there is enough shade for all the kids. 

Throw a Backyard Movie Night

But if you have older kids that think that a pool party is just too lame, you can throw them a movie night party but with a twist. Instead of having it inside on the couch, fill your yard with pillows and beanbags and throw them a backyard movie night. With something like this you have to make sure that you are choosing age-appropriate movies that won't trigger any kids.

Have A Good Ol’ Pizza Party

If your kid loves to cook, throw them a pizza and muffin party. Just buy pizza bases, put pre-chopped toppings in bowls, and a station to create their pizzas then let them create their custom pizzas. After they ate them, take a break, then invite them back to decorate cupcakes or cakes as dessert. Once again because you are dealing with food, make sure that no kids have food allergies. Also always make sure that they are under supervision at any given moment to avoid any mishaps.

Have a Painting Party

For those kids who like art, there is nothing better than throwing them and painting parties. No matter how old they are you can get them and their friends some paints and canvases. You can even put on Bob Ross to lead them through it. But if that is not something that you want you can look into the best face painting in Melbourne and hire them for your party. 

An Obstacle Course

If you have a really athletic kid, the best thing that you can do is throw them an obstacle course party. Create different courses where kids can crawl under, climb over things as well as perform simple tasks. If it is super-hot on that day incorporate tasks such as dumping a bucket of water over their head to cool them down. Before you let the kids go tough to the course you have to take the course out to make sure that it is completely safe.

A Good Old Sleepover

If you have a kid that is not so interested in running around why not throw them a sleepover party. If you have a girl, you can get cute nightgowns and tiaras. All you need to do is pick some fun age-appropriate activities and spice it up with glow-in-the-dark things and you are good to go. But make sure that you tell the parents to pack their kids a pillow and blanket as well as their toothbrush.

At-Home Spa Day

There is no better party for girls than throwing them a spa day. All you need to do is go to the store and buy a bunch of face masks and nail polishes and you are good to go. Just make sure that you are picking up face masks that are natural and don't have any harsh chemicals in them.

Treasure Hunt

All you need to do to create a treasure hunt is make the treasure chest. Fill it with a bunch of candy and prices and put down a series of clues that will lead the kids to the chest. 

Balloon Bursting

If you'd like to have an active party, you can organise balloon bursting. All you will need are a bunch of balloons that the kids can pop. To spice it up you can add some candies in the balloons as a prize.

Lego Birthday Party

If your kid likes to build things, there is nothing better than throwing them a Lego-themed party. You can tell the guests to come with Lego-themed gifts and take that opportunity to teach your child about accepting gifts

No matter what you decide to go with, your kid will be thankful for it and they will have fun no matter what. All you need to make sure is that they have their friends and that they are all safe.

Author Bio

Maggie Holmes is a passionate blog writer who is extremely keen on writing about fashion, lifestyle, business and technology. Her exclusive hobby is to surf the net to find amazing articles that can inspire her with some fresh ideas for article writing. She loathes being a common person who wastes her time. Follow her on Twitter.

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