How to Plan a Successful Kid’s Birthday Party

I need help to plan my child's birthday party

Whether you are planning the very first birthday party for your child or whether you have to plan yet another theme party for your child, there will always be certain basic steps that you have to follow to ensure that the party will be a success.

The Important First Steps

  • Include your child in every step of the party planning and preparations.
  • Plan according to your budget and keep to it.
  • Start at least 4-6 weeks before the actual party.
  • Make lists from the moment you sit down to decide about the party.
  • Enlist the help of family, friends and siblings – you don’t have to do it all on your own.

 

10 Steps to a Successful Kid's Birthday Party

1.      The Day, Date and Time of the party

2.      The Guest List

3.      The Location of The Party

4.      The Party Theme

5.      The Party Invitations

6.      The Party Food

7.      The Party Decorations

8.      Party Games and Activities

9.      Party Entertainment (if any)

10.    Party Favours and Party Bags/Boxes

 

Finished?   –    Good!

Now let’s really start planning your child’s birthday party!

Wait! Did you click on the link above?

The last piece of advice! Have fun… that’s what parties are all about :lol:


Printable Kitchen Cheat Sheet – Infographic

We all need a little bit of help sometimes when it comes to recipe conversions or wondering how long certain food can be kept in the fridge. Here is a handy “kitchen cheat sheet” that you can print out and tape to the inside of a kitchen cupboard for quick and easy reference.

Of course the whole infographic can not be printed out all at once. The designer of this infographic  offers  separate pdf’s to download and print. The link to the site is at the bottom of this post.


Kitchen Cheat Sheet

by shellshockuk.
Explore more infographics like this one on the web’s largest information design community – Visually.

 

Download the separate  printable pdf’s here . Scroll way down to the end of the post.

Please note that even though this is a very accurate  infographic, metric conversions can still differ depending where you live.

I’m off to the kitchen to tape my printouts inside the cupboard above my workstation and to take a closer look to the meat charts to see exactly where the pork chops that I bought earlier today, were once “situated” on the poor pig.

Oh yeah, don’t forget all the fun you are supposed to have when you plan your child’s birthday party. It is fun, isn’t it?