3 Activity Birthday Party Ideas for Your Child

It’s your child’s special day! What better way to celebrate than with a fun birthday activity with friends and family? When you are looking for the best way to celebrate, look no further than the following three themes. Your child is sure to love whichever one you pick.

Trampoline Park 

Birthday parties usually mean a lot of energetic kids running around. Hosting a party at a trampoline park is a great way for kids to burn off that energy while having a great time. Plus, there is the added convenience of not having to set up the party yourself or clean up after it is over. Most trampoline parks offer party rooms for rent and some will even provide the pizza, soda, and cake. All you need to do is have parents sign waivers (which can often be done online before the party) and then drop the kids off for a few hours of fun and excitement. Kids of all ages will love the chance to jump, play, bounce, and have a great time when you hold a birthday party at your local trampoline park.

Photo Booth Party 

If the birthday girl (or boy) is in love with selfies, why not make it official with a photo booth party? It’s easy to set up a party either with props of your own or by hiring an outside source to provide it for you. To do it yourself, gather up the necessary supplies first. You’ll want a background to take the pictures at with good lighting, as well as a good camera and a photographer. Then, buy a bunch of props, such as hats, scarves, headbands, stuffed toys, over-sized sunglasses, quote signs, and more. If you would rather hire a professional, check here for one near you.

Camp-Out Party 

If you live in a warm climate, why not have an outdoor party overnight in your own back yard? Depending on how big of a tent you own, invite friends over for a night of fun in the dark. If you can, build a small fireplace or set up a portable fire pit. Roast marshmallows and make s’mores in the moonlight. Tell ghost stories and set up board games inside of the tent. Run extension cords from the house and set up some music to listen to, or set up outdoor games such as badminton. Run strings of outdoor lights and lanterns for a festive look while the kids run and play in the yard. When everyone is tired and worn-out, settle inside the tent with sleeping bags and pillows for a fun night in the dark.

These fun-filled birthday activities are sure to be a big hit with any kid! A birthday party is a time to celebrate, so have fun with these three ideas.

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