Press Release (ePRNews.com) - Nationwide - Feb 18, 2020 - Most of us probably don’t recall our first birthday party as a child. When they reach a certain age, usually around 5 or so, they do become well aware of when their birthday is due. They may not have a good sense of the time, but they know “it’s almost my birthday”. It doesn’t take long before they associate a birthday with a party, cake, and the rest of what comes with a party, especially if their friends also have parties. Although children’s birthday parties can and usually are fun for the kids and their guests, the fun and games for all can often leave the host weary and drained. To minimize the stress associated with planning a children’s birthday party, there are some suggestions to follow. First, find your favorite birthday invitation Creative Wonders of Ink can offer you.
Although a child may want to invite his entire school class or neighborhood, it a good idea to limit the number of children invited. One idea is to invite the number of guests equal to the age of the birthday child. For example, invite five children for a five-year-old’s birthday party. However, keep in mind that that may not be reasonable where there is a large family involved although, in general, it is better to invite fewer children to a children’s birthday party. With a larger group it becomes easier for a party to spin out of control when the children, fueled on the on sugary cake and ice cream, start to run amok. Games can become hard to control and the birthday child is often overwhelmed. If you do need to invite a large number of children, consider recruiting additional help. Having extra bodies can be a lifesaver.
Keep party short with clearly defined start and stop times. Two hours may seem like a short period of time to celebrate a three-year-old’s birthday, but can seem like 10 when grouchy children, in need of an afternoon nap, begin their meltdowns.
If the guests are still of napping age, plan the party in between the morning and afternoon naps. Starting sometime before noon and ending by 1:30 p.m. usually works well. The party guests will arrive rested and ready for a kid-friendly lunch. For school-aged children plan your birthday celebration to end by 5:00. After a few hours of play, they are tired and hungry for dinner, the perfect time to send them home again.
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