Simon Says is an old favourite in party games. Nice and simple, anywhere game.
About Acting the PartyOwner and producer of Acting the Party - Kids birthday party entertainment including party games to use at home.
How much is too much? The cost of buying presents for all the children's parties your child attends.
Ever considered having a children's party at home? Good. This is why you should.
Planned all perfectly... and then. When things go wrong and get out of hand. Nightmare parties and how to avoid them.
How your child's birthday party can help a charity.
Having to plan and organise a birthday party around Christmas can be difficult. Here's how to make it feel extra special without being stressful.
Where do you look to find a quality cheap birthday party that children will love?
Who likes Christmas Family Party Games? Ok, so not many people, but if you are forced to play, here's a couple of good ones.
Very few parties can entertain all age groups - apart from a couple of exceptions.
These are the easiest cupcakes you could ever make. Quick, easy-to-remember recipe.
Why should your child have a party? Some reasons are here.
A light-hearted look at why so many kids parties suck. The true reason why I started Acting the Party.
Ever wondered why children role play? Why it's important for every child, and the reasons behind it.
It's coming up fast and you still don't know what to do for your child's party. Here's some hints and tips along with 24 cool ideas.
Here's a comprehensive list of theme ideas for home parties. There are possibly a few you had never thought of, any that you expect to be on the list that aren't, please add to the comments.
Tips on how to get your child to write an invitation. Invitation writing can be a great way to encourage your child to do a little writing, after all there's a lot in it for them.
Musical Parcels - this game mixes up two games into one. You'll need lots of treats for this little trick.
Here's an unusual party game to play - something a little different from the norm - great way to add a little drama!
A party just for girls or a party just for boys? Why our parties so far are for either boys or girls.
Have you ever held a children's party that you wanted, rather than your child, so that you can show off a little? Have children's parties really become competitive?