Your Kids Summer Outdoor Birthday Party: An Important Reminder to Parents

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How to turn what could be a rained out disaster or at best the same old outdoor birthday party everyone else has into a unique, exciting and memorable rite of childhood.

Parents all want their children's birthday party to be a memorable and fun event, but those poor kids who were born in the summer. They lose out on the celebration with their friends in school. And sadly, their birthday party is often the 'same-old' tired party that's like all the other kids' summer parties: the much overdone 'pool-pizza-pinata' party or the backyard bash. In the end, it's not very memorable. Birthday Party Games Lady is here to remind you that it doesn't have to be this way, doesn't have to cost a lot, and doesn't have to take all your time to do it better.

Grade school kids and pre-teens don't need to be impressed to have fun. They just need to be engaged in the party activities you provide. How long can they bounce on a castle and still be having fun? And how long before their game dissolves into something different and potentially dangerous? Spending a lot of money doesn't guarantee fun and lasting memories.

An outdoor birthday party always needs a back-up plan. If you don't live in Camelot (where it never rains 'till after sundown) or a similarly blessed climate, you'll be facing extreme disappointment if you have to postpone the party, and that can get ugly with a grade school child. So you might as well plan party activities that can go off as planned rain or shine. Choose activities that minimize mess and it won't be any big deal to host the party in the house if necessary.

The kids don't leave their brains at school when it ends. Of course, they have a wonderful time in summer both at camp or at home swimming at the pool or beach or playing outside in the beautiful weather. But they do it all day long, every day. More of the same for their birthday party isn't exactly a big treat. But ask those atrophied summer brains to kick into gear with some challenging and fun thinking games, and your child's birthday party will be a summer success.

Spend a lot of money on a bouncy castle or at the amusement park, or spend a little time on-line finding a huge numbers of good game ideas? Combine a number of those good games together around an exciting theme, and it will no doubt cost you less than those pizzas, the piñata and all the candy that goes inside.

You'll also find complete yet inexpensive birthday party games packages that work outside or inside at the Birthday Party Games Lady website. The Survivor Party for kids 6 to 8, The Harry Potter Party for ages 8-11 and the Medieval Party for tweens and teens (age 11 and up) all work beautifully outside, go inside with minimal clean-up if it rains, and get rave reviews from both kids and their parents.

About the Survivor Party : "It was the best birthday party we ever had. All the kids had a great time. Your kit was perfect. Everything was easy to follow and easy to put together. "

About the Medieval Party : "We had the party last night and it was a great success! My daughter says it is the best birthday party she has ever had or been to. I asked the children (12 girls ages 11/12) at the end of the evening what they thought of the party and there was an overwhelming response of 'AWESOME'."

Invest a little bit of time and a small amount of money to take your summer, outdoor birthday party plans from ordinary to awesome. Use the resources on the web to make it memorable instead of marginal, without spending days figuring it out. Your summer baby will be glad you did.

About Birthday Party Games Lady, LLC:
Birthday Party Games Lady, LLC was born from founder Leslie B. Lyon's own experience doing birthday parties for her two children. She wanted their parties to be a lasting childhood memory, and to celebrate their childhood. With that in mind, she began creating these parties, never dreaming at the time that they would be given thousands of times for more than 100,000 kids over the last 7 years.


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