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You've been invited to the birthday party that's being held for your little cousin Julia, your best friend's younger brother Alec, or little Ava that lives down the street. The only problem is, you're much older than most of the guests that will be there. That doesn't have to stop you from enjoying it though! Here you will learn how to bring out your inner child and have fun at a younger child's birthday party!
Hunt for a gift to take to the party.Some great ideas are toys, of course, but you can also be a bit more creative. Put together a "gift pack" filled with coloring books, crayons, and small games. Some of the simplest things can bring entertainment to a child. Also, if you're at a complete loss for what to give the child, you can get a card and put ten bucks in it so they can buy something that they know they will enjoy. If the birthday party has a theme, buy something that goes with the theme. That way you know they will like it! It also helps to check with their parent(s) to make sure you're not giving the child something they already have.
Suit up for the party.Parties for children usually aren't fancy at all, so make sure you dress down. A lot of play will go on, and messes will probably be made, so make sure you wear something decent but also make sure it isn't something you mind getting a drink, food, or some dirt on. A nice pair of jeans and a nice t-shirt will usually do the trick. Just make sure it's something that's not too dressy and easy to get clean.
Join in on the fun and games.If they're having a game of tag out in the yard, go ahead and play! Don't let your "adulthood" get in the way of having fun. Make the best of it!
Think of games you played as a kid, simple games that you know the kids will be able to understand and have fun playing.When/if the party starts to get a little dull, start up one of those games.
Do you have a special talent that the kids might be interested in?Are you an artist? If so, bring some finger-paint and some paper and let the kids make their own art. If you play guitar, learn a few children's songs and take your guitar along with you. Have a sing-along! You don't just have to be a guest, you can be part of the entertainment too.
Join in when it's time to sing "Happy Birthday".Don't sit there and act bored. Smile and sing!
Most importantly, remember to help the kids have fun while you're having fun yourself.At the end of the day when you go home, you will probably look back and think about how much you enjoyed yourself!
- If you plan on bringing along your art supplies, your guitar, or anything else that may be of interest to the kids, make sure it's OK with the parents first, just to make sure that doing so won't interfere with any plans they have for the party.
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