Published at Tuesday, December 19th 2017. by Ora Lamb in Happy Bitrthday.
Happy Birthday to you,
Make it festive! Make it colourful! Make it bright! Three hundred and sixty-four days of the year we can teach our kids to be well-mannered , to get along with others, to share, and we teach them to accept being treated just like everyone else by the world at large, with no special privileges. On that three hundred and sixty-fifth day, however, break all the rules. Sure, children must still be polite and cooperative on that day, too, but let them know that they really are special, and that birthdays are special holidays just for them alone, celebrations of their births, and theirs alone!
Get a large piece of Styrofoam board for every four guests. Paint each board a different color, solid red or blue, for example. Now, use a bread knife to cut the boards into strange shaped pieces. For 4-5 year olds, three pieces is enough. 6-8 year olds can handle four or five, and from there on up, six or seven pieces should work.
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.
In this game while the music plays all the players move around. As soon as the music stops all the players need to stop and become a statue. Whoever moves is out of the game. Keep playing the music as long as you want and then give all the participants a nice gift.
Happy Birthday, dear (insert name here),