When planning a birthday party for your child, there are many aspects to consider, from the logistics to the menu. Don't forget to include plenty of entertainment options to keep the young guests interested from beginning to end.
No matter what size birthday soiree you're throwing, entertainment should be at the top of your party-planning list. Activities can include everything from board games for small parties to bounce house rentals for large ones. No matter what your budget is, you'll be able to find a few options to keep the youngsters engaged throughout the day.
The type of activities and games you plan will have to be determined by the size of your venue. For instance, smaller spaces, including children's museum event rooms, will require more table activities, such as crafts. Try to decide on entertainment options before booking an event space to make sure you'll have enough room for it.
Another thing you'll have to consider when choosing activities is the children's ages. If there will be a mix of age groups in attendance, make sure there is something that will hold everyone's attention. For safety purposes, you may have to dedicate an area just for the babies and toddlers.
Here are some additional entertainment ideas for kids' parties to consider:
1. Inflatable Moonbounce Rentals
If you want to pull out all of the stops for your son's or daughter's birthday party, rent a moonbounce, or bounce house. These large inflatables need to be erected in a location with plenty of space, such as a spacious backyard, a farm, or a park. If you're renting a public outdoor venue, such as a local park, book it as far in advance as possible, especially during the summer months.
The rental service will come to the site and erect the bounce house for you, as well as deflating it and taking it down after the party ends. Kids can bounce and slide on the inflatables, keeping them entertained and active. Contact a company that offers party moonbounce rental services to learn more.
2. Swimming Pool
Even if you don't own a swimming pool, you can rent several above-ground ones just for the special day. Have plenty of water activities on hand, such as rafts, rings to toss, goggles, and a variety of inflatables.
Other water options include water guns, water slides, and water balloons, which kids can have fun filling with an on-site hose. Make sure you have safety flotation devices, such as arm bands, on hand for the young kids.Share
19 April 2019
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