Children in this age group are comfortable with rules, taking turns, and playing games, so Physical Activity parties such as a Bowling Party, Martial Arts Party, Gymnastics Party are perfect for this age. They are also developing coordination skills and will be excited to put them to use in games geared towards these skills.
Invite schoolmates and friends. Just remember that some children at this age prefer to only have children of their own sex at their parties so don’t be alarmed if this is the case.
Length of party
1 1/2 - 2 hours
Entertainment for age
At this age, entertainment that involves hands-on activities such as baking/decorating cakes, sand art, or painting are great. Kids feel a sense of accomplishment, especially when they are at a phase in life where they begin to develop and perfect specific individual skills.
Safety for age
Make sure to have all the phone numbers of the guests’ parents.
Conjure up a guest list of little ghosts and goblins. Invite your child’s friends to come dressed in their favorite Halloween costumes.
Create a spooky spectacular from the moment the party begins! Play a sound track of creepy tunes to greet guests as they arrive. A sign that reads “Enter at your own risk” beckons the party guests into the party room.
Mix and match paper goods create a kitschy table scape. Use black licorice tied around rolled napkins for an extra treat, place a baby pumpkin at each child’s place and scatter candy corn across the table for edible confetti! Also be sure to have a big bowl of assorted candy ready for trick-or-treaters!
The best part of planning any Halloween bash is choosing the perfect costume. Choose from this years most popular movie characters or go with a spooky classic! There’s something for everyone in the family.
Send your guests home with personalized favors for something more unique than the generic candy bag. We love these personalized candy wrappers and tote bags. Young party guests can use the totes for years of trick-or-treating to come!