Ideas for Kids
consider a number of party ideas perfect for the winter.
months, it limits the choice of locales.
Seek local listings for suite-style hotels in your area that host indoor
pools. Search for accommodations that
won’t blow other parents’ wallets out of the water. It’s likely, with a bit of fine combing, you
can find a number of destinations that will supply a pool, rooms, and party
needs (and those for cleanup) for a reasonable price.
have to transform your indoor quarters into a ‘winter wonderland,’ replete with
cotton-lined floors, ceiling-dangled ‘snowflakes,’
and of course, ice cream! The cold
weather places the heat on moms and dads to ensure enough activities are
planned to keep the little ones occupied while inside. Consider classic games like bobbing for
apples, pin-the-tail on the donkey, and hunting for grab bags.
a gathering at a local skating rink.
Depending on the age of the children, it may be appropriate to urge
parents to come along with them to ensure safety and to protect yourself from
liability. Call a few locations to find
which can supply the best accommodations for the age group and target specific
likes of the birthday boy or girl.
would be difficult to hold a bobsled party, combining a winter sport with the
birthday, but finding a way for the kids to play hockey is a bit more
realistic. Consider having a party at a
local hockey rink, especially if boys who are interested in the sport or play
for school are attending. To take the
idea a step further, consider contacting local amateur teams to see if a number of players could ‘show up’ to the party to lend a few helpful
hockey insights. Are you still fretting
over a ‘cool’ gift idea? Boxt.com.au is a fantastic resource for finding unique
entertaining kids more than the parents.
However, an indoor rock-climbing gym, with obstacles for people of any
ages, will entertain big and little attendees alike. Again, be sure as to discuss the level of
intensity with other parents as not to jeopardize the health of any kids and to
ensure the level of difficulty is appropriate for the ages of the children.
the newer movies out on the big screen.
If the theater movie runs a bit short, take the kids back to your place,
emulating the experience with rental videos, streaming
options, and (of course) a lot of popcorn!
exercise to ensure their kids’ birthdays are memorable for all.
Mentink is Director of Boxt.com.au, a leading online provider of Hampers and Birthday
Gift delivery in Australia. Connect with Corina on LinkedIn.