Published at Wednesday, December 27th 2017. by Ericka Daniel in Happy Bitrthday.
Kids also like to try out different activities from year to year when it comes to birthday party places. They not only want to find a place they have not celebrated at in the past, but also somewhere that might be unique, some place not all their friends have hosted parties. For a venue that fits the bill, consider an amusement park.
It is one of the most commonly used phrases in the English language, sung around the world on a daily basis, but what do birthdays really mean to us?
Being prepared before hand and doing your homework is utterly important. Before the party starts be sure to understand how the game is actually played.
Amusement parks offer plenty to do regardless of the time of year or weather conditions, which is a very nice perk. When planning kids birthday parties, you can not always be assured in advance what the weather conditions will be like that day. Nobody wants to get rained out if they are planning an outdoor party.
The Happy Birthday Song story starts in Kentucky with 2 sisters called Mildred J. Hill (born in 1859), and Patty Smith Hill (born in 1868). Another sister called Jessica also played a role, but more on that later. Patty was a nursery school teacher (and eventually principle) who helped found the Institute of Child Welfare Research and Columbia in 1924, and also created the Patty Hill Blocks used in schools nationwide. Mildred, like her sister, also started out as a kindergarten and Sunday school teacher but she eventually became a concert pianist and composer, she took a very scholarly approach to music and specialised in the field of Negro spirituals.
Happy Birthday, dear (insert name here),