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Free Party Games For Children Everyone knows that games are the highlight of the party. Most of the children go to parties because of the fun-filled games and prizes. Without games the children's party probably wont have life. Games in parties are usually free. You don't have to spend some money for this kind of entertainment. Make sure that this game has enough adult supervision, though, because it involves the use of a stick (to hit the Pinata). Ballon Burst. Gather the children in a circle and have them hold each other's hands. Everyone begins to blow his own balloon at the signal of the birthday child. The circle widens and grows until they can no longer hold each other's hands, until eventually the balloons pop and everyone is startled and laughing. There are some well-meaning parents who choose to set up and organize their kids' parties themselves, because not only is it cheaper than having to hire a professional birthday party planner, it also allows them to feel more bonded with their child. Do it yourself planning, however, requires a significant amount of time, effort and energy. Planning Your Child's Party Your little one's first birthday party is coming up and you want everything to be perfect. That's why as early as a few months, you're already at your wits end looking for the perfect entertainers and wracking your brain for the best theme to make his or her first celebration the most memorable ever. No children's birthday party would be complete without the entertainment. This is what the child and his young visitors look forward to in a party. Never mind spending too much effort and energy on what food you're going to serve. Place much of your attention to the games and activities that will make your child's party the most memorable. You can even ask your kid to draw on it prior to the party. Pinata Perhaps one of the most common elements of traditional children's birthday parties is the pinata. To make one, use a grocery bag garbed with nice and colorful ornaments and paper, and fill with various kinds of goodies and sweets. This game requires space and adult assistance, because it involves the use of a stick. 

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