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Success Hint

Play music while playing games at the party. Instruct the children that when the music stops they must freeze in place. This gives you control if you need to stop the game or communicate with the players if someone is hurt. You just stop the music to get their attention, no need to yell.

It’s a good idea practicing this so the children are more likely to know what to do when the music stops. If you wait until you need to get their attention they won’t all stop the first time you turn down the music and it may be VERY important that they do so.

Having the ability to ‘control’ the crowd without raising your voice will help you and the children enjoy a fun party.

Testimonials

Laura

The party went really well. They seemed to enjoy themselves very much. Thank you for the opportunity to give a print-it party. I enjoyed giving one and may do this again sometime.

Laura

Diane

Thanks Lou Anne. The party was a success! We had 6 - 11 and 12 year olds, and they loved every minute of it. They didn't want to stop for cake, or opening gifts! Since we had 6 girls, we used Flossie as an extra. Noone had guessed the culprit, until it was revealed. Thanks again. Great Party!

Diane

Jill

Just thought I'd drop a line and say that the Missing Ring party was a success!! The girls loved it and it was quite appropriate for the occasion! Fantastic idea! I have passed your name around to the other mothers in case they are ever in need of party ideas. I love giving feedback to services that I feel are outstanding in their field. This, however, really took the cake (pardon the pun!) I look forward to having other parties in the near future from SimpliFun. Thanks again!

Jill