They have clowns in almost every state in the United States of America and also in numerous countries worldwide. All you have to do is to indicate there in which place you are from and it will narrow your view of choice in that area only. You would think that there is only one type of clown, and that is the one that makes the kids laugh with the red nose, over-sized shoes, and magic tricks that purposedly fail. The first person in the line gets some sand from a container using his hands. They must pass this and to the next player on the line, then this person passes it to the next, and so on. As soon as the first player passes this to the next, he or she can already get more sandand pass it again. When this sand is given to the last player, he or she puts what was given on a bowl or any conatiner. The last person to be able to sit down will again say," I'm gratefull for " And this will be repeated until you wish to end the game. Tug Of Water This game can only be done if you have a sprinkler. Set on the srinkler in your yard or lawn. Divide the children into two groups. Each group should hold on an end of a garden hose. In addition, having an idea how many people are coming will help you determine the size of the venue, how much food or how many goodie bags you will be preparing. The Party Itself There is no such thing as over-preparation to any parent who is bent on making his or her child's birthday party as grand and memorable as ever. While most of these no fuss meals are easily available in supermarkets and bake shops, you have to be careful that none of the foods your serve contain potential allergens, like nuts. You won't be able to find out about each of your guests medical history (and it's a little rude to do so), so you just have to be on the safe side at the onset. Choosing The Right Outdoor Place For Your Childs Party Party tastes are evolving, not just for adults, but also for kids. With the increase in the number of places that can accommodate all kinds of events, more and more people are opting to hold children's parties at outdoor settings, instead of just at home or within closed quarters.