With Thanksgiving being tomorrow you may be totally consumed with the menu, decor and space. Have you stopped to think about the kiddos? Will they have enough to do? What will they do? How will we keep them entertained? Here are some ideas to make their Thanksgiving memorable.
Enjoy the season as your Pumpkins discover the hidden fun of pie! For more exciting reading activities, go to Education.com.
We just had the best sleepover! I often have these parties for my daughter and nieces! This one was gonna be epic though. I decided on a camping theme. I don't do camping so glamping sounded better. Indoors with all the luxuries of indoor living! The girls always know when they come over we do some type of activity, eat some yummy food and the next morning have a great breakfast and another activity.
Here's what went down!
We went to the St. Peter's Rec Plex for some exercise! We played basketball and went swimming! We closed the place down!!!
They were super hungry as you can imagine! Pizza and chips in the tents it is!!!
The girls finished the night with food and TV. They drifted off to sleep pretty early!
Saturday after breakfast was our Selfie Scavenger Hunt! I have done lots of scavenger hunts with the girls in the past and they love them. Now that they are older and ALL have phones I thought this was a great idea.
I took the idea from a post I saw on Pinterest. I did modify ours to fit the girls and the fact that it was raining and cold when we got up. It was pretty hysterical to see them running around the house with their phones taking pictures.
The girls had a great time at the sleepover. It's all about making memories!
With Halloween over it seems the thing to do is to jump right into Christmas planning. When you go out you hear Christmas music, see decorations being sold everywhere and even lights making their way onto people's houses. It's easy to get sucked in and start making lists, shopping for decorations and planning your parties. My sister-in-law hates that Thanksgiving seems to get skipped right over. Well, Kim this one is for you!!!
Your Thanksgiving gathering doesn't have to be the same get together it's been always been. Here are some ways to make it extra special and have a little fun!!!
Don't forget to capture all of the Thanksgiving fun with this simple and festive photo booth!
All About ME
I am Tanya, a 38 year old wife and mother of two. I currently reside in St. Louis, MO. I started Creative Celebrations as way to share with others my love for party planning. I hope that each time you visit you will come away with a tip, trick or new idea to make your event a CREATIVE CELEBRATION!