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As soon as everyone figures out the right buddy, let them sit again beside their "Farm Buddies". Fruit Basket Form a circle with chairs. The chairs should be one less than the number of players. The person standing says,"I'm grateful for (a characteristic, outfit or state of a person)" and every child with that characteristic stands up and scurries for another chair to sit on. Girls can have fairy-themed or Bratz-themed parties, while boys may find some comfort with sports-themed or car-themed parties. Have your child and the guests dress up as their favorite object or character. This needs some amount of preparation but it well worth the effort, especially after you've seen how cute everyone looks on the pictures. 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. Fun Filled Childrens Party Ideas Your little one's birthday is coming up and you're at your wits end looking for great ideas to make his special day extra special. Most parents would take the short route and hire a party organizer for this purpsoe. However, while this is convenient, nothing can definitely compare to seeing the smile on your child's face if you plan his party yourself. The children are to be blindfolded except if they are young and don't wish to be. They take a bat or stick, swing at a suspended container and try to open or break it. Remember to put goodies in the container or else the game will lose its objective and will be a lot less fun. To make this is very much simple. You can make up your kids costume or you can purchase a ready made one directly from a costume shop or a party supplies store. Invitations Ask your child who he or she wants to be present at his or her party. Remember, it's his or her big day so his or her opinion counts the most. Of course, invite some close adult friends and kids of adult friends whose ages are nearer to your child's so he or she will be exposed to other faces and learn to make new friends. 

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