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Got a zombie fan? Zombie tag or Humans vs. Zombies is an incredibly popular game on college campuses, where the race can last for days. Depending on how you structure it, you can run an outrageous game of zombie tag in just a few hours and still have time for cake and maybe a screening of Zombieland. Host a Settlers of Catan-themed party, and the activities take care of themselves, game play, cool decor and lots of fantastic food can be inspired by those iconic hexagonal tiles. Not a Catan fan? An Apples-to-Apples tournament, Quelf extravaganza or retro game fest are guaranteed to delight. Throw a gigantic games party with a Twister board for 50 or Monopoly game where the players are the pieces.
Firefighter Training Set up an obstacle course in the back yard with tires, obstacles, tunnels, planks etc. Place a kitten or Dalmatian at the end of the relay race and tell them they must brave the course, rescue the animal and then make it back to the start. Split up into two teams and run the course relay style or let them run through it individually and keep track of their time with a stopwatch. Once they’ve mastered the course make them run through it again holding a length of garden hose or backwards.
The question is what kind of party do you want to throw? How do you incorporate your child's friends into the celebration? And what on earth do you put in an 18-year-old’s goody bag? No worries. Teenagers don’t need goody bags, although if your heart is set on treat bags, a $5 iTunes or Starbucks card, and some Hershey’s kisses will do nicely. However, a 18th birthday offers all sorts of more grown-up party possibilities. Unless you are going the surprise party route, be sure to clear your plans with your child and involve them in the planning. Here are five 18th birthday party possibilities to help get your creativity going.
Have you got another kid birthday party coming up? It’s probably one of the most special days for your child. And, as parents, we want to give it our best. But how?! Where do we even begin? How do we throw a birthday party that’s so special without having to throw away so much money?! And if we don’t pay for entertainer or a special venue, how will we entertain the kids without losing our minds? How will we decorate? What will they eat? All these questions and so many more immediately spring up.
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