Finding fun activities for kids to do at kids birthday parties can be a time constraining process with budget limitations. Whilst you want your child to have the best birthday party ever, the level of difficulty to achieve the desired outcome and the costs involved can be constricting. The most important thing to remember is that planning a kids birthday party does not have to be stressful. Kids have fun doing pretty much anything and there are easy ideas you can employ to make it the best birthday ever for your child.
The first step you take when planning a kid’s birthday party is deciding where the birthday venue will be. No matter your budget, you can find a venue to accommodate your needs. If you wish to spend no money on venue, you can easily host the party at a park or within the comfort of your own home. The advantages of hosting a party at the park is that there are usually swing sets or a playground which kids adore. Hosting a party at home will ensure child safety and you can decorate however you want. If you do not mind spending money on a birthday venue, parties that kids will love are those hosted at:
- Bowling rinks
- Ice rinks
- The cinemas
- In a hall
- Pool party
The most wonderful part of childhood, is the ability to love eating everything that is not vegetables. Birthday food that you offer does not have to chef prepared. Kids typically love to eat cheap food.
- Sausage rolls, pies, dim sims
- Fairy Bread
Cakes for Kids
The cake you purchase will depend on the child who is having the birthday. The best way to settle on a cake is by simply asking. If that is not a possibility the safest options are usually iced cupcakes, chocolate cake or ice-cream cake. You can purchase a plain cake and then add decorations to tailor to the child’s in interests. Researching kids birthday cake images and then emulating the design is the fastest way to create a cake your child will love.
There are a number of games and kids activities you could introduce during the party. The kid’s preference for craft activities or physical activities is an aspect you should consider.
- If they enjoy craft you can buy paint and paper, building block sets or make jewellery with them.
- Purchase sports equipment such as tennis balls or soccer balls and set up a game.
- Hide and Seek
- Pin the tail on the donkey
- Donut eating game
- Board Games