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Birthday Party

Neha Netragaonkar
1 to 3 years

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Updated on Oct 12, 2013

Hi All.        I want to plan a birthday party for my son 3 yrs. There will be vry few kids n their parents so m planin to organise a house party. Kids will be 1yr to 3yrs old. Cud u help me plan d menu n some small activities or games for them. Should i outsource d catering n only kids menu will be made at hom?? Also wat wud be d rgt return gift for d kids? Kindly share ur kids birthday party experiences too.

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Neha Netragaonkar

| Oct 15, 2013

Thanks ppl i loved all ur ideas and games.

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Bhavna

| Oct 14, 2013

there are a whole lot of recipes for toddler fun foods , maybe you can check the link mentioned here.. https://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/healthy-and-fun-food-options-for-your-toddler/195

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Bhavna

| Oct 14, 2013

Hey neha, since children between 1-3 are fussy and choosy on what they eat , keeping the menu for kids simple is very ok. My daughter's birthday second birthday had simple things that were made at home and i had asked a couple of friends to help out in the kitchen before and even during the party. so simple things like cheese and ketchup sandwiches cut into mini triangles, vegetable cutlets that can be fried and warmed when serving ( you can keep the flavors simple and non spicy) , i even got baby muffins and made and icing at home then stuck some gems on to make them look fun. Fried chicken nuggets also are a great hit with children, you could also do penne pasta in white sauce , the cheesy and creamy pasta always is a sure bet with children.

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Bhavna

| Oct 14, 2013

wow, rosh has given such amazing ideas..... way to go , gir!!!

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Ruchi Bhargava

| Oct 12, 2013

Pav bhaji is one of the favourite food of all children, you can also prepare papdi chat, bhelpuri, aloo tikki, Pasta.

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Shikha Batra

| Oct 12, 2013

Hi dear Neha! I can understand u want to do ur best for ur kid. As far as menu is concerned u need to plan ur budget. If u can put Rs. 70 to 90 per person, u cud try ordering Mc. Donald's burger, frenchfries, chips ,cake plus chowmein. Or another idea is to put cholas kulcha, cake, chips, chowmein , biryani. These two plates are a hit amongst older people as well as kids. Making food at home would hardly leave with u energies to be able to enjoy birthday party. As far as return gifts are concerned u cud give inflated cartoon characters balls, crayons, pencil colours, cartoon character books, picture books, attractive piggy banks, clay set, gardening set, masks, etc. Coming on to games Rosh, has already given wonderful exciting areas. To add to those u cud play music on which children could dance and their parents can shake their legs too. U cud take a bucket filled with water. Put a ring inside touching the bottom. Each child has to throw a coin n whosoever is able to put the coin in the ring wins. Or u cud play musical chair with parents n kids too separately. Or u cud draw a lady on a chart paper n blindfold each child and ask them to put bindi on her forehead. The one closer to forehead wins. There are n no. Of exciting ideas. Hope u like these!

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