Here's more ideas for parties for kids age 6 to 8:
'Tis the season, so we'll be looking for ideas for fun outdoor, sometimes wet, birthday party games like this one
Whatever the movie, they'll enjoy their own little spaces while they watch and munch and chat at your drive in movie night slumber party
Recycling your tin cans into these pretty party favors is certainly easy and inexpensive and they'll actually get used when they take it home.
With this artful and lovely presentation, it almost doesn't matter what party favors you put in the little boxes that they'll choose to take home
This is one of the oldest and simplest birthday party games for preschool and kids age 6 to 8 that there is, but adding the points and the colorful targets makes it new and different
A little math foolery that will make you look like the magician genius at your magic birthday party.
Put Making Friends Is an Art on your bookshelf as a terrific resource when your child needs some guidance about making friends and building relationships.
A Pie in the Face Birthday Party is so beyond the normal that your party kids will absolutely love it.
Here's a balloons birthday party game that can also be a unique way to hand out those party favors for the kids
With the help of a little carbon dioxide and sleight of hand, the genie in the bottle will blow up the balloon and delight your young magic party guests.
This free ebook full of an experienced mom's ideas for kids activities belongs on your electronic bookshelf.
Kids birthday party favors don't have to be a big deal; some suggestions for changing this custom.
Use MadLibs as one of your birthday party games and share in the laughter.
Studies are showing a strong link between physical exercise and academic performance, so here's some kids tips to help get those brains firing on all cylinders.
Bring their fantasy to life without too much work with these adorable fairy cupcakes at your little girls next birthday party
Surprise your party guests with this plain, ordinary looking birthday cake that's a BIG surprise when you cut it open.
Make a themed poster copying a simple internet graphic related to your party theme, cut a hole, and you've got a ball toss birthday party game
Keep your party prizes silly and fun (and at no or minimal cost) just like your birthday party games and nobody will get upset about not getting a prize.
Let there be cake, but here are easy suggestions for keeping the rest of your birthday party food treats at least semi-healthy while still pleasing to the kids.
Instead of sending cupcakes to school for the classroom birthday celebration, try this allergy and gluten free Marshmallow On A Stick birthday treat.
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