5 party games for toddler and pre-schoolers

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Children love parties and you will know when you talk to some entertainment party organisers. The kids party entertainers proudly agree that they are busy throughout the year arranging different themed parties for children and the demand is growing with each passing day.

Children love everything about parties: playing, spending time with other children and jumping around. Can you blame them? Children sure know how to have a good time.

Whether it’s for birthday parties, holidays, or just any random parties. As a parent, you may feel like it’s such a heavy responsibility to plan for your kids’ parties. It is why you can never go wrong when you decide to hire the best kid’s party entertainers.

These classics include having classic kids party food, classic themes for the parties, classic entertainment and most importantly, classic party games. These games have been tried out and enjoyed by kids all over the world.

Such games have different names in different parts of the world, but they are still the same great games. Here are five games that will do the trick in your child’s party.

1. Musical Chairs

You probably know how this game goes. If you don’t, here is how: first you set up chairs and arrange them in a circle. You should set up the chairs less by one chair.

After setting them up, you play the music that they’ll be playing to. All the kids walk around the chairs until the music stops, then everyone runs and grabs themselves a chair.

The last child who will be left standing after the music stops and everyone is seated, is out of the game. You remove another chair then the game restarts again.

This game will continue until there is only one child left with a chair. This game will be so fun at your children’s party; they will want to keep playing it at every party.

You can even simplify this game, by replacing the chairs with musical bobs or even musical statues for the toddlers.

2. The eggs and spoon race

This is one of the most epic games that you can have at your kid’s party. It is both exciting and challenging. And a good challenge is great every once in a while.

Line up the kids in a line, and give each of them an egg that has been balanced on a tablespoon. When you say “go”, the players race to the finish line. It is best to use hard-boiled eggs for the kids.

When any of them drops the eggs as they are running to…
 
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