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Holiday Party Ideas

If you're willing you can have a different holiday party for kids every month.

January: New Year's Party

February: Valentine's Day, Presidents Day

March: St. Patrick's Day

April: Easter party.

May Mother's Day. Of course you could always take your little ones to the mall to buy a present but wouldn't it be more fun if they made their mother a present? Or what about a Mother's Day tea, picnic in the park or breakfast in bed.

Here's are a few easy ideas for breakfast children can make. Here are more food and menu ideas. Ideas for gifts your child can make and gift basket ideas.More ideas below.

June: Father's Day. We've got some fun activities, gift ideas and recipes the kids can help with at Father's Day.

July: Independence Day

August:

September: Labor Day

October: Halloween

back to school Halloween Pumpkins There are a lot of options to do with pumpkins. You can carve them in a traditional manner. You can carve them without cutting entirely through the rind so you are carving a layer out not all of the layers. Kids can glue glitter on them, hot glue jewels on them, paint them with a design, paint them to resemble a baseball, paint them all black and glue or use toothpicks to adhere paper or craft foam. Bat wings or spider legs then glue googly eyes. You can paint your pumpkins to be what you want. You can hollow them out and use them as vases you can hot glue or use toothpicks to adhere things to them to make faces or designs. Pumpkins make a great decoration and can be a fun party activity.

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Halloween Party Food

Halloween games and activities

November: Veterans Day, Thanksgiving

December: Christmas

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