Throughout the year, kids can go to a lot of parties full of unhealthy food and drink. Here are some tips to plan fun parties that are also healthy.
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Spend some time with the kids, planning and preparing food for the party. Kids are more likely to want food they have prepared, so get them involved.
A party is a great excuse to get the kids active and running around. Try some of these games to get the kids active:
At the park or playground, use the equipment, or encourage guests to bring their scooters or bikes. Play a game like cricket or grip ball. Host the party at your local pool. Get the kids (or their friends) together and decorate the backyard.
If your party is outside, remember to be sun smart! Remind people to bring a hat on the invitation, look for a shady spot and provide sunscreen.
Tap water is best and cheapest! But mix it up and add some fun with the following ideas:
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