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Tuesday, October 1st, 2013
If you are planning a slumber party, you might want to consider having a theme for the event. Having a theme makes the sleepover feel more like a party, and you can send out invitations, plan activities and snacks, and set up the sleeping area so that each aspect of the party ties in with the theme. While that may seem like a lot of planning, with the help of these 30 blogs you’ll be throwing a fabulous slumber party for your tween in no time.
Create some clever sleeping bag invitations out of fabric or paper to mail out to the guest list. If you don’t have time to make elaborate invitations you can also purchase them. For sleepovers it’s important not to invite too many guests, because things can easily get out of control if there are too many kids. When picking the date for the sleepover, try to plan it on a Friday night so that the kids are tired from a full day of school – you might actually get them to sleep this way!
Girls love to do makeovers on each other and get manicures and pedicures, so pick up an assortment of make-up and nail polish for the party. Crafts and games, like tie dying shoes or making dream catchers, will also keep the kids busy. Check out these six blogs to find recipes for facial masks, craft ideas and more.
What’s a slumber party without tons of snacks? Fill some bowls with different snacks for the kids to eat while watching a movie. Popcorn and granola bars are fun finger foods that are easy to make. Try some of the dressed up popcorn and snack recipes listed in these six blogs.
Clever Sleeping Arrangements
While some people worry that the kids will stay up all night, tweens tend to wind down and go to sleep between midnight and 2 a.m., so make sure that the kids bring their sleeping bags. To add to the fun of sleeping over you can create tents or forts in your family room. Check out the unique ideas in these six blog posts.
Breakfast for a Crowd
Wrap up the party on a tasty note by creating a special breakfast for the kids before they head home. How about a waffle bar where the kids can choose their own toppings? You can also make a casserole ahead of time, baked French toast sticks for them to dip in syrup, and much more. You’ll find tons of breakfast ideas in these six blogs.
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