Who Has The Remote? Makes Party Suggestions for Valentine's

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WhoHasTheRemote.com is getting into the spirit of Valentine's with entertainment ideas for the day of hearts. When it comes to inspiring the little ones, the day can become all the more exciting with simple yet creative party themes.

WhoHasTheRemote.com wishes everyone a joyous time on Valentine's. While grownups do their thing, the little ones should also be engaged with holiday activities in the shape of hearts. Suggestions are currently in the rounds about Valentine's Day party themes for children– all full of fun-filled surprises in the colors red, white and pink.

The basic concept involves gatherings of kindergarten and elementary school-aged friends. The children gather at the house of a hosting parent while other parents bring treats, paper, pens and other equipment, all of which facilitate the activities of the party. Game snacks function as the centerpiece of such parties, with kids creating their own from the confectioneries on hand.

Perhaps the yummiest activity involves the creation of frosting roses. With paper plates, plastic utensils and frostings in both the container and tube varieties, kids can make edible carnations. Other activities involve necklace and bracelet making with heart-shaped beads in Valentines colors.

Many other Valentines party ideas are currently being aired on the networks found on satellite t.v.. As the holiday of hearts, it is important for people of all ages to feel loved during Valentine's Day. When kids are inspired to be creative with the theme of Valentines, it gives them an outlet to express that love to their friends and family members.

WhoHasTheRemote.com hopes that everyone shares in the love of the Valentine's Day spirit. From the romantic love that grownups share to the family love between kids, pets and parents, it is important for everyone to be reminded that the world is full of others who care.

About Who Has The Remote?:
WhoHasTheRemote.com is always in the holiday spirit, from the ghoulishness of Halloween to the festivities of New Years – and now onwards to the heart-filled joys of Valentines. In keeping with the themes of each passing month, the site recommends games, DVDs and various other family activities.

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