Any suggestions for a birthday party for a 4 yr old boy?
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Annie - posted on 09/23/2009
Hey homeskillet! It's amazing how many things you can do! It's soo fun when they get older and you can do those fun things. Chance LOVED the bowling party he had.
There is also Pump it Up in Burnsville. http://www.pumpitupparty.com/
Chance had his at Edinborough this year, you guys been there yet? (He had his school friends to this one. He's getting to that age.) http://www.edinboroughpark.com/
Nature centers have themed parties too. What is Adan into right now? Depends on how much you want to spend too. I checked into the MOA and Underwater World for Chance and they are spendy as heck. The Children's Museum also does b-day parties. Have fun deciding! Kid's birthday parties are soo fun. I love picking out stuff for the goody bags. :-)
LaToya - posted on 09/22/2009
For my cousin we did a nature party the hired a guy bring different animals and bugs...They had mud pies with gummy worms in stead of birthday cake,dirt shakes which is nothing but oreo icecream milk shake,hot dogs and hamburgers it was great and they also had a bounce house
Michele - posted on 09/22/2009
When my kids were that age, we had the party at home and did a "color" themed party - my daughter loved red, so we asked all of the children to dress wearing red to the party...then all the food was red (think bbq chips, hot dogs, red grapes, red peppers, etc) and the stuff in the games and the loot bags were also red - totally easy party to pull off with stuff from the loonie store as well, so it can be quite reasonable!
Kristin - posted on 09/22/2009
We did a Pirate theme this year and the kids had a great time. The craft and party stores now have so many pirate things to make the party fun! Instead of a pinata, try a treasure chest the kids can go through and pick items out of. That way they can fill their goodie bags. You can make a treasure map up for them as well, for a craft you can make easy eye patches using yarn and cut out construction paper. Whatever you do, have fun!
Jami - posted on 09/22/2009
I don't know about where you are from, but in the town where I live we have inflatables/jumpers. They can cost anywhere from about $50 (for smaller inflatables) to over $100 (for larger ones) a day. Sometimes you can be charged hourly if you don't want it ALL day. They are normally a huge hit with kids! AL you need is cake & pizza & the party will be a success! And depending upon where you live October 1s tshould still be fairly warm during the day! Hope this helps!
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