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Preschool Parties Easy Ideas for Princesses, Pirates and Other Little People

Preschool PartiesPreschool Parties:  Easy Ideas for Princesses, Pirates & Other Little People
By Colleen Mullaney
Gifted by Sixth and Spring Books
Reviewed by Melissa Conner

Every kid loves a good birthday party! Games, cake, presents, and goodie bags never fail to get kids excited. Throw in a little dress up fun and you’ll set the party bar in the neighborhood in no time!

But planning a party for young kids can be exhausting. All the decorating and organizing is enough to convince some to just scratch the whole idea and call up a kid’s restaurant. Thankfully Colleen Mullaney has done the dirty work for us with Preschool Parties: Easy Ideas for Princesses, Pirates, & Other Little People.

Fifteen awesome party themes await you in this colorful and organized collection of ideas. Each party theme comes with schedules, to do lists, party setup guides, supply lists, invitations, menus, and show-stopping cakes and treats. Also included with each theme is an age guide, showing which age group would benefit most from the theme (groups range from 3 to 8 years old). It really doesn’t get much easier than this!

One thing I loved about Preschool Parties was that there were themes I never would have thought of when planning a kid’s party. There are traditional themes, like pirates and fairies, but also themes that are more unique, like the Olympic Games, a Teddy Bear Picnic, and even a Sing-a-Long Party! What kid wouldn’t love that?

With complete full-color photographs of the party goers in action, recipes, crafts, and decoration ideas, Preschool Parties is a must-have for families with little ones!

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OMG! This was a great idea by the authors. Us moms are always needing new and inspiring ideas for our babies birthday parties. This would help tremendously!


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