19 Nov My 3rd Game Book
My 3rd Game Book
A book of many small activities that will delight everyone!
At 3 years old, you’re still very little. So, there’s no need to have lots and lots of guests or more than two hours of fun and games. We’ve chosen very simple games with rules to match. We’re singing, dancing and laughing. By clicking here, you can download all the games for a 3-year old’s birthday party (tried and approved numerous times), games that you can also find here!
Whether the party is for a little girl or boy, the games are all the same: all you need to do is just change the references slightly (princess or knight). Change the games as soon as you sense the slightest loss of interest. And remember, never leave the children to their own devices.
For the sake of peace, tidy away all the little toys that could be borrowed by the little guests much to the despair of the birthday boy or girl. It’s almost time, your little angel has transformed himself/herself into a pirate or a fairy and you’re wearing a tiara or a top hat, just for the occasion.
The doorbell’s ringing, it’s them! Welcome the little guests with a little bit of eyeliner: a moustache for the boys and fake eyelashes for the girls. Whilst waiting for all the friends to arrive, make a circle, sit down and start introducing yourselves. You begin: “I’m Paul’s mum, I’m not a teacher…”
Each child gives his name, his age, the name of his teacher, his favourite game, his favourite colour, his favourite cartoon, etc. And with a confident tone of voice, the wonderful parent which you clearly are will then reveal what the games and rules of the afternoon will be: we’re going to play all together.
To make sure that your gamble pays off, act as the master of ceremonies, decide when you’re going to change up the activity and explain the games thoroughly. Clearly if there’s two of you, it’s going to work out better. That being said, everyone’s here so let’s party!
You will need :
• A soundtrack (with about ten songs) that your child likes and that you also like, as it’s you who will have to encourage the little ones to get up and dance ! (Here’s a playlist on Deezer and a playlist on Spotify)
• Some cellotape (coloured)
• A few cushions
• A broomstick
• And lots of enthusiasm!
We’ve been hosts many times and we’ve whipped out these games more than a few times before, so we have absolute confidence in them: all you need to do is have a bit of faith when the time comes to do them!
Last piece of advice : print out this booklet so that you have it at the ready during the party and feel free to have a read through the Games Instruction Manual which will give you a little bit more information.
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