Three reasons a child should help plan their birthday party.

February 19, 2013 at 7:44 AM Leave a comment

7. Living in our instant society can make it difficult for a child to understand delayed gratification. Your child will look forward to the party and experience the process of waiting for something special.
8. Offer your child the opportunity to give the directions for an activity. This will help them become more comfortable speaking in front of a group. Let them practice in advance to ensure confidence.
9. Working on the planning process allows your child to participate with family in a positive activity. This process developed when children are young leads to better understanding every year.

kids going to a party

What are some additional reasons a child should help in the planning of their party?

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

3 more reasons your child should help plan their b-day party. Is your child ready to attend a birthday party?

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