Fun Childrens Party Games A children's party would be nothing without enough entertainment, especially since kids pay more attention to how the party is planned and carried out than types of food are being served. Thus, if you want your child's party to be a total blast, you need to think up fun children's party games that would have him or her and the guests talking about the event for days. Food For Childrens Parties So your child's birthday party is coming up and you still haven't thought of what kinds of food to serve? Don't fret. While you may be a gourmet cook and, thus, pressured to come up with something spectacular for his or her big day, you don't really need to push yourself too hard. You can simply pop in a cartoon and transfer it to a wide screen projector to keep kids occupied all throughout the party, or you can hire either a magician, balloon trickster, clown, dancing character mascot or face painter for a small fee. If you're working on tight budget, one of the child's family members or the parents' adult friends can volunteer to be the entertainer for a day and tell the children stories and sing songs. Thus, you don't have to worry too much about what types of food you're serving and, instead, focus most of your attention and energies to making sure that you have exciting games and prizes lined up for the young guests. The most common children's party games include Pin the Tail on the Donkey, Hit the Pinata, and relay races. You'd be surprised that some of your close friends will be willing to act goofy to help you out. Try to ask who wants to volunteer first before you scan the yellow pages. You never know. In sum, the right entertainer for your child's birthday party is one who has many tricks up his or her sleeve and is not limited by a single activity. A good computer printer and several cute designs from the Internet and you've already made yourself fun party invitations to hand out. Now for what to put inside the invitations. Naturally, you'll mention what the party is all about. Some excited parents like to write poetry about their child's event inside.