Tuesday, 27 March 2012

Children s Birthday Tea Party

While most children's birthday parties are held at home, you may want to consider an offsite location. For starters, you won't have to be concerned about the current state of order and tidiness of your house. Plus using the cultural and recreational resources of the community will broaden your child's horizons and introduce him or her to some wonderful experiences.
Ask your child what she would like. Usually the party theme will reflect her interests, hobbies or sports.
Here are some ideas to jumpstart your creativity.

If your child loves sharks, what better place to be than the local aquarium where he can see sharks up close and personal. Then, there's the zoo, if he or she loves elephants and wants a jungle theme. Or maybe the local museum of natural history.
Local history museums can make history real.
The local art museum is a great place for the budding artist, a concert for the budding musician, the planetarium for the budding astronomer... you get the idea. The best part is that many such institutions have activities designed especially for children. Ask.
There are entire institutions, like the Please Touch Museum in Philadelphia, designed for children.

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