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5 Fun Ways to Celebrate Easter with Your Kids This Spring

By |March 20th, 2018|

This spring, celebrate Easter with your family and friends by hosting a fun and kid-friendly backyard party. If you don’t celebrate Easter, you can adapt your festivities to commemorate the season of rebirth, growth, and the promise of warmer days ahead. Here are five fun ways to celebrate your long Easter weekend.
#1: Egg Shell Painting
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How to Throw the Perfect Outdoor Winter Wonderland Party

By |January 8th, 2018|

This winter, we’re experiencing some of the coldest weather in recent memory. Arctic winds and icy temperatures make us want to sink into the couch under a pile of blankets and consume copious amounts of hot chocolate. But since Canadian winters represent almost half the year, it’s more important to embrace the cold weather than […]

5 Dead Giveaways That Spoil a Surprise Birthday Party

By |December 22nd, 2017|

It’s a real disappointment when the birthday boy or girl has to pretend to be surprised when you put so much effort into organizing a surprise party for them. If they’re too embarrassed to admit that they knew about it, you spend the rest of the party trying to figure out how you slipped up. […]

How to Throw a New Year’s Eve Party for the Whole Family

By |December 8th, 2017|

The difficulty with hosting a New Year’s Eve party for the whole family is that it’s hard to find activities that are appropriate for children and fun for grown-ups. Parents and their friends want to sit back and enjoy a relaxing evening, while kids want to run around and show off their new Christmas toys. […]

Avoid These Common December Birthday Party-Planning Mistakes

By |November 23rd, 2017|

For those of us who are unfortunate enough to be born in December, the holidays have a way of stealing our thunder. It doesn’t matter if we don’t celebrate Christmas or Hanukah ourselves. If all our friends are busy spending the holidays with their families, throwing a birthday party can be a lonely experience, especially […]

How to Throw the Best Holiday Party For Elementary Students

By |November 10th, 2017|

The holidays are fast approaching and if you and the other teachers at your school haven’t already started planning the end-of-year party for your students, it’s time to start! November may have just started, but the Christmas break will be here faster than you know it. If you want to show your students a great […]

5 Tips for Throwing Your Child’s Very First Birthday Party

By |October 30th, 2017|

If your little one’s first birthday is fast approaching, you may be wondering where the time has gone. It probably felt just like yesterday that you were bringing your little boy or girl home from the hospital. Throwing a one-year-old’s birthday party is not like throwing a sweet sixteen. If you’re wondering how to show […]

How to Throw a Gender-Neutral Birthday Party for Your Kids

By |September 29th, 2017|

Not every child has a definitive favourite colour. And not every child’s favourite colour is the gender-assigned shades of pink and blue that we’ve grown accustomed to. In this day and age, it’s almost presumptuous to throw a pink party for girls and a blue party for boys. Political correctness aside, anyone can have a […]

How to Throw the Ultimate Princess-Themed Birthday Party

By |September 14th, 2017|

If your young daughter is like the majority of little girls, she’s going to be obsessed with princesses at some point in her life. If her birthday is coming soon, throw the ultimate princess-themed birthday party with these simple tips.

Build a Princess Persona

Not all Disney or storytime princesses are the same…at least to a certain […]

Celebrate Back to School with These Fun Outdoor Activities

By |September 6th, 2017|

Parents may dub it the most wonderful time of the year, but for any child in elementary and high school, the return of the school year means the end of late nights, sleepovers, hot summer days, camping, playing with friends, and feeling free. This back-to-school season, make your students excited to be returning to class […]