Sleepover parties are becoming so popular with children from 5 to 12 years old. Who doesn’t love to have their friends at home to play? It can be even better as you can have tents for each guest and amaze them with incredible themed decorations.
Hey parents, if you are new to sleepover parties , we can give you some ideas how to entertain the kids.
The sleepover parties can be combined with an Spa Party for the girls that will last approximately two hours. The girls will pamper themselves with some glittery nail polishing, foot massage, makeovers, as well as enjoying some refreshments and having some props to take glamorous pictures. This is one of the favourites activities for girls.
You can hire our clothing rail with many different costumes, the girls can dress like a princess, mermaid, unicorn and much more. Dressing up is always fun!
What about a fashion show? Let’s add some creativity as they can each design a fashion accessory that could be a personalised bracelet, a t-shirt or decorate a sleeping mask. That will be something remarkable to take from the party.
Are you on a budget? Don’t worry!
We will teach you how to make an organic chocolate face mask for children; just by buying some face towels and spatulas, the girls can have so much fun applying their own face mask or applying to each other. Choose some of their favourite tunes and put the music on!
Facial Chocolate Mask
We love this recipe by Fancy Nancy World. You will need:
- ½ cup of unsweetened cocoa
- ½ cup of plain yogurt
- ¼ cup of honey
- 1 sliced cucumber
- Face towels
Mix the ½ cup of unsweetened cocoa, ½ cup of plain yogurt and ¼ cup of honey.
Apply the mask to face while avoiding eye area and place two cucumber slices to closed eyes.
Relax and let the mask sit for 10 to 15 minutes before rinsing off with warm water and drying with a towel.
Other brilliant ideas to make their sleepover party unforgettable!
Movie Time: A fantastic idea is just choosing a movie that you think they will enjoy (we advise shorter ones as some of the kids might not be able to concentrate for very long) and make a quiz about the movie with five or six questions. The group with more points can get a prize. Make sure you also have a consolation prize for the team who lost. 😉 This will work for boys and girls.
Lego Club: Divide the children in group and ask them to build a lego model; they can spend some time and learn how to play in group.
Boost their creativity: Get some colouring books and pens. If you booked our teepees we normally leave the colouring book and a set of pens on the breakfast table so it’s easily accessible if the child wants to use it.
Make a Book Station: Get many different age appropriate books and leave on a coffee table or just by the rug, the children can get one and even use it to settle down to sleep.