3 more reasons your child should help plan their b-day party.

February 12, 2013 at 11:05 AM Leave a comment

4. Knowledge is strength, when a child is included in the blueprint/outline for the party they feel the power and comfort knowledge provides. There are no, “I thought we were going to have a jumping house” or “When do we do the games?”, they will already know.
5. Allow your child to practice the games and activities in advance so they can help others at the party.
6. Praise your child for the work they do preparing for the event. It is good for their self-confidence and it will encourage them to do more.

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Entry filed under: Planning Children's Birthday Parties: Hints, Social skills developed at Birthday parties.

3 reasons your child should help plan their birthday party. Three reasons a child should help plan their birthday party.

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