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. Most of the people who offer magic and puppet shows often also offer clowning, mascots, balloon art, face painting, story telling sessions, and other kiddie entertainment. If you want to tickle your little partygoers' visual faculties, you might want to set up a projector inside a closed room to simulate a theater experience and show cartoons and other children's shows. Naturally, since you intend to have games at your child's party, you should be prepared to give out a prize. Children get inspired to join games because of the motivation and inspiration presented by the prizes. The prizes don't have to be so expensive. Kids are easy to please, so even a coloring book or a small box of crayons will do. Decorate the grocery bag with colorful paper and drawings or mold it in such a way that it resembles a particular animal or object (even a person or cartoon character). Make sure that this game has enough adult supervision, though, because it involves the use of a stick (to hit the Pinata). Ballon Burst. If it's your child's enjoyment that's on your mind, you can have a themed party every day for the rest of month, if your budget and energies permit it. Themes are not exactly gender exclusive. However, there are certain children's birthday party themes that fit girls only or boys only. For example, fairy themes, luaus, Disney princess themes and sweet sixteens are exclusively for girls. Your child will be wearing a Hawaiian costume and would be dancing to the tune of Pearly Shells and Tiny Bubbles. You just can't deny the fact that millions of children, specifically girls, out there would love to have a Princess Party. This party would give your child an opportunity to dress like a princess with a shiny tiara on her head.