Coming up with fresh birthday party ideas gets harder every year since you always want this year’s celebration to be better than the last. Kids also get tired of the same old birthday party venues, and keeping them entertained at your house gets to be quite a challenge. When you really want your kid to feel special, try these off-the-wall ideas that no one else will be doing for their party this year.
Birthday Party Ideas
Go Rock Climbing
Rock climbing walls are the perfect solution when you have “hit a wall” trying to come up with birthday party ideas. Not only will the kids burn off a lot of energy as they attempt to climb higher than their friends, but they will also be talking for weeks about how much fun it was to conquer this challenge. When planning a rock climbing party, just make sure to choose a venue such as a summer camp that emphasizes safety and supervision by staff members who are trained in teaching kids how to climb so that you can enjoy being a stress-free host.
Take Them Boating
Forget roller-skating and bowling. By this time, most kids have already grown bored with these typical birthday activities. While taking kids out on the water might make you nervous, activities such as bumper boats are awesome birthday party ideas when you host your celebration in a day camp environment. Simply make sure to let the parents know when they call to RSVP to send their kids in clothing and footwear that are okay to get wet. Then, watch as the kids have a blast trying to see who can get the most bumps as they splash away.
Stir Up Some Drama
While active games are always a hit for birthday parties, it can be a little more challenging if your kid and their friends are more reserved. For quieter types, putting on a play is a great way to kick off your kid’s next year. Just find a stage and gather some costumes. Then, let your kid pick a favorite play to reenact with their friends or encourage them to improv. With this idea, a video camera is mandatory because you will never want to forget how amazing it is when a group of creative kids get to put on their own play.
This year, get out of the birthday rut by planning some new activities that go beyond the same old skating rink party the kids have all done before. Whether your birthday boy or girl leaves land or hits the stage, they will be excited to invite their friends to share in celebrating their special day.