Children's Birthday Party Ideas
Rather than the usual sort of kids' parties ideas such as:
•Pass the Parcel
Why not try one of our BeMyBear Teddy Bear Making Parties? Children love to create, experiment and use their imagination. Organise a bear making party that the kids will remember. Making creative crafts together with their friends will give them hours of fun and something to treasure forever. A brilliant kids party idea that children will really enjoy and have something to take home too!
Bear making parties are a fantastic birthday party idea. Our customers have also used them for Easter party ideas and Christmas party ideas.
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Childrens Party Ideas
Teddy bear parties are great fun and a brilliant creative party. Be My Bear offers the magic of bringing a very special furry friend to life. Enjoy having fun in your very own bear factory where you can build a bear or animal or even a rag-doll. Childrens bear-making parties can be organised in your home, or at a hired venue; you don't need a lot of space and a make a bear party doesn't create any mess! And the children each make a bear to take home so you don't have to worry about goody bags - every child goes home with a new best friend!
If you have had one of our range of teddy bear parties and you enjoy creative parties why not try one of our craft party ideas. Craft parties are also great fun and will appeal to all ages from four right the way through to teeangers. You can choiose from a range of craft ideas from flying bugs and windmills to photograph frames and trinket boxes.
Organising childrens birthday parties can be hard work but it’s well worth it when your kids party is a huge success and you find that all the guests don’t want to go home.
Here is a selection of kids birthday party ideas - this is by no means a definitive list. If an idea or theme has been a success for your kids party please send details so we can share and pass on information.
CHINESE WHISPERS: Sit everyone in a circle. Whisper a long phrase to one person. They, in turn, whisper what they heard to the next person, and so on. The last person announces what they heard.
PASS THE PARCEL: Sit everyone in a circle and play a short snippet of music. Pass round a teddy. When the music stops, the person holding ted is given the parcel and removes ONE layer! Add a forfeit or a sweet in every layer if you wish.
NB. Children tend to get bored if there are too many in the circle, so allow for either two circles or two parcels going around the circle in different directions.
THE CHOCOLATE OR JELLY GAME: Sit everyone in a circle and place a tray in the middle with a hat, scarf, gloves, knife and fork, die and a wrapped bar of chocolate. In turn, players throw the dice. If they throw a 6, they must put on the hat, scarf and gloves before they start to unwrap the chocolate with the knife and fork, and then start to eat it. To speed up the game add a second dice and require a double 6. The jelly variation is to turn out a set jelly onto a plate and eat it with the knife and fork.
MEMORY GAME: On a tray, place about 10 to 15 small items (e.g. pencil, watch, comb, shoe lace, spoon, toy car, etc.) and cover with a cloth. Sit everyone in a circle. Place the tray in the middle of the circle and remove the cloth for 60 seconds. Everyone has to remember the objects. When the time is up, replace the cloth. In turn, each person has to name an object on the tray. The first person to fail to name an object, repeat an object or name something not on the tray is out. The tray is then removed and some or all of the objects replaced, and the game re-started with the person following the one who is out. If the game is too easy for the group, add more objects or reduce the time.
IF YOU GO DOWN TO THE WOODS TODAY: Place shapes of teddy bears cut out of paper on the floor in a circle. Children walk around circle while listening to music. If the music is loud the children move fast. If the music is quiet the children move slowly. If the music stops, the children stop on the closest shape. Young children like to play it this way. To make it more challenging for older children have one less shape than the number of children. Continue remove shapes as the children are 'out'.