kids. Wednesday , April 05th , 2017 - 02:36:02 AM
Some parents plan elaborate birthday parties, paramount to a royal function. Not only is this expensive, difficult to coordinate and often chaotic, it's usually a waste of time. Kids don't care as much about lavish events as parents do. Successful birthday parties include entertainment, games and of-course, cake. Some special activities are fun, like a bouncy castle, but keep the party under control by keeping it simple. Kids are just as impressed throwing water balloons about, having a sack race or playing that old fashioned game of musical chairs. Simple activities are easier to control and supervise and are much less likely to cause upset or injury. So keep it simple, safe and fun.
What you do not want is for these easy science experiments for kids to become a hassle for parents. There are a couple of things that can be done to avoid this. One thing is to be sure enough advance notice is given. When the parents know it is coming, it can go on the calendar, and if things need juggled around to make clear some time, they have the chance to do it. Parents dread the nights when their child comes home and announces, Guess what? I have an experiment to do and it is due tomorrow, on the very night a family birthday dinner is already on the docket.
Maracas. For home made maracas, all you need are paper plates, dried beans and tape. Give each child two paper plates. Have them color and decorate the bottom of the plates any way they wish. Fill one plate with about cup of dried beans, place the other plate on top, face down and tape together - making sure you seal all the way around. The hollow area creates the space for the beans to shake around and make noise!
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