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A great theme for this age group is marine life, a theme that works well in the backyard.The theme pleased my son as it gave him the chance to have his friends play in the pool and sandbox.Great free ideas on the Internet to guide you through the whole party from start to finish.Invitation: We chose a beach themed one.Will we send you there?We signed the invitation letter and filled a smaller Ziploc bag with silver glitter (sand), some fish themed foam stickers and various mini shells we bought at the craft storeFor the water, we crumpled the blue tissue and strategically placed it in the bag, creating a wide variety of stereo models.It's great to be able to share this project with my kids, kids love to play invite!Depending on your needs/age for your child, feel free to play with this idea.We chose the ocean theme to serve the children with fishing rods, shells and cheese.We purchased the blue juice in the box and also provided the mini water bottle.We know this menu is going to be popular as it is a favorite for the pre-school crowd.I highly recommend "sticky cupcakes" for dessert "."Glue" is the icing that puts the cupcakes together.Whether it's a shop to buy or a homemade shop, this clever idea eliminates the confusion of the cake, is able to control the part, very cute.Baking is not my strong point, so I ordered a beach themed dress (save time and money) from Costco ).When the children took the "cake" apart themselves, the cupcakes were very popular.This is completely optional.I happen to feel better when I feed people.Still, I kept it simple because I didn't want to lose the focus of the party.French fries, dipping sauce, biscuits, fruit and vegetable platter, cheese and bread meet the needs of adults with little preparation required.A bottle of water, a bottle of iceThe menu is full of tea and lemonade.As delicate or simple as possible.You can even make it a potty and bring a cold pasta to an adult family member.Search the internet for websites that sell a lot of party supplies.I'm glad I can spend less than $50 on all the paper/Decorations/balloons etc.With a little creativity, I was able to reduce the cost by buying items that were discontinued.I chose a color scheme that is the opposite of the random colors and kept them all the time.I followed the ocean theme and made a bunch of balloons in different shades of blue and green.I applaud the balloon group for having color-like ribbons that let them hang in the yard like seaweed.Happy Birthday sign for several marine themes is like this!I rented a helium tank for $20.00.Check out the best rental deals in your local area.It's not worth buying a tank.My parents praised the activities I provided.I happen to be a party planner/entertainer, but anyone can provide the right event and have a great time with the kids!The key to planning activities is the time and age of the child.For toddlers/preschool children, providing the opportunity to adapt on arrival is key to the success of the party and setting the tone for the next thing.This can be achieved by creating a "center" for children.By setting up theme-related areas in your party space and offering different activities, each child can walk freely from one event to the next.For our party, we built an area with sand and sand toys, another area with water balloons, and blew up our toddler pool full of balls, this is a simple place to go "fishing" with the children.A baby pool purchased at 99 cents store, some pins and fried fish with yarn and magnets make the center a favorite.Depending on the mood of the young person, this can be very exciting and will most likely last the entire time you have allocated to the activity section.I measured the energy levels of these groups and decided to include some direct activities, including the distribution of marine theme songs and some toy instruments.I'm trying to follow my passive teaching philosophyActive, activeActively read age-appropriate interactive books related to topics in the diet section.Then the children returned to the activity center.It's so happy to watch every child explore in their own way.Going home-Party gifts.I searched the internet for something related to the theme and the price was cheap.I came to a teaching and supply place that provided mini buckets/shovels.I really hate party bags.Of course the kids don't need to add sugar, which usually falls on the floor of the car on the way home!The package was well received by the parents as they also agreed with my feelings.The gift ended on the same day and was something children could use.A day worth mentioning!It takes about an hour and a half for a successful party.The entertainment time is 45 minutes and the rest of the time is applied to food cakes and home gifts.* Adjust your menu according to the time you host the party.* Drink for young people with boxes/bottles.This eliminates the need to buy a cup and is easy to clean.Extra rewards children can help themselves.The balloons are very strong.Protect your group with stone or paperweight.When tying the balloon, be sure to use strong tape.Try to buy in bulk-It's cheaper.Children under 3 years of age should be under adult custody.Invitations for adult attendance are included.There are extra adults on hand, which means you can spend more time enjoying your own children.Parents know how to work with their child's personality;Very helpful in dealing with party tantrums, shyness, sharing issues, etc.Your focus should be on the hostess.