My daughters 10th Birthday! (double digits!) what should i do?
Okay to get you started, shes having a sleepover party in 3 days and inviting 3 of her best buddies.
The 2 things we aggred on is to make tye dye t-shirts and make a tent out of blankets in the living room for the girls to sleep in. we also might watch a movie.
You see, my daughter ADORES doing crafts, so we decided to make this atlest a bit craft related. also for starters, we live in an area thats quite cold now, so our pool our outdoors is a no no.
I would like to hear of some games we could play. she doesnt want any baby games like pin the tail on the donkey or anything like that. also maybe some crafts.
what should the loot bags have in them too? im thinking of maybe cool glow in the dark stuff... hmmm.
also other things like movies to watch. i really need help! just any idea would be very help ful. now remember, it is in about 3 more days, so it cant be too complicated.
Thanks a ton :)
- Elmo Love YouLv 58 years agoFavorite Answer
1. Loot bags: candy, packs of gum, little hair thingies, nail polish, little play jewelry and stickers. party city, Target dollar section, the dollar store, and walmart are good places to go for these things!
2. Movies to watch: go to blockbuster or red box. I suggest anything Pixar, Dinsey, or Dreamworks. Heres some examples:
*The Princess & The Frog
*Beauty & The Beast
*Musical chairs (always fun!)
*Food guessing. Take cans of baby food and have each girl blindfolded and they have to guess what the baby food is LOL
*Dark hide and seek or sardines
*video games if you have a console
*baking and cooking. Make rice krispies, chocolate dipped pretzels, cupcakes or let them decorate cookies!
4. Craft Ideas (links to websites that have TONS of ideas! Just copy and paste the links into your task bar if the hyper link isn't workin')
GREAT SITE!: http://www.enchantedlearning.com/crafts/
INSTRUCTIVE & EASY TO FOLLOW: http://www.craftsforkids.com/Source(s): Have fun!
- 8 years ago
Give Her atleast $150 to spend on what ever, do not limit her on what she wants to buy