August 27, 2010, Newsletter Issue #219: Birthday Party Themes

Tip of the Week

If your preschooler isn't sure what kind of a party he or she wants to have, here are some ideas to get you started.

Animals: petting farms, reptiles, wildlife shows, pony rides, frisbee dogs, monkeys
Arts and crafts: ceramic creations, beads, mosaics, drawing, painting, sculpting, create teddy bears
Attractions and museums: children's art and science museums, castles, gardens, zoos, aquariums, planetariums
Bounce houses, inflatables, and rides: funhouses, obstacle courses, slides, rock-climbing walls, ball pit, zippy rides
Characters: princesses, pirates, super heroes, fairies, wizards, tv and movie favorites
Clowns: face painting, balloon art, magic shows, temporary tattoos, puppet shows
Food: chocolate design, ice cream creations, cooking parties, baking pizza and cookies
Entertainers and DJs: comedians, hawaiian hula dancers, acrobats, jugglers, stiltwalkers, unicycle, karaoke
Games and arcades: miniature golf, paintball, laser tag, kiddie cart racing, bowling, skating, treasure hunts
Gymnastics and dance: hip-hop, cheerleading, tumble, belly dancing, ballet
Martial arts: tae kwon do, kung fu, karate, boxing
Spa and makeover: manicures, pedicures, makeup, hair styling, dress up, pajama parties, tea parties, fashion shows
Water fun: water parks, swim lessons, snorkeling, boogie boarding


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