How to Throw a 'Grown up' Party for Your Tween

The ages between child and teenager can be an awkward time, especially when it comes to planning birthday parties. Your child probably thinks they’re much too old for pass the parcel and pineapple on sticks, but you might be desperate to preserve their innocence. Coming to a compromise is always important in parenting, and shows your child that you respect them, but still have firm boundaries. Planning a ‘grown up’ party for your tween is a great way to let them have fun with their friends and feel mature.


How to invite the whole class to your backyard party and stay sane

For certain ages and schools it is considered almost compulsory to invite the whole class to your child’s birthday party. It can be a lot of work, but is fun for the kids so we utterly recommend you embrace the trend. If you are wondering how to have the whole class over and maintain some sanity, read on. Hire a bouncy castle No matter how old children are they love bouncy castles, and the physical activity uses up some of their energy.