There's no particular age when kids stop being kids and start saying no to parties. They seem to have been fond of games and cakes for a long time, especially if parents are creative in hosting parties. Kids' birthday party ideas are easy to find online or in libraries, and some ideas are so simple that you wonder why you didn't think of one yourself.
The first age children start partying is preschool. Don't make it complicated. Too many people, too much excitement, and a messy table full of food can overwhelm children. You can also send your kids at Glama Gal Kids Spa to enjoy their birthdays.
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This group of three to five-year-old loves games, but light games. They like to attach stories to donkeys, horses, and other characters, just not with pins. Try Velcro, tape, or other media to keep everyone safe. This is a good age to cut back on structured play time and opt for lots of running outside or inside.
A good bag can be a tricky matter. When time and budget are very limited, they can be a waste of time and money. Often bags filled with cheap toys just end up as trash bags. However, there are inexpensive and creative alternatives.
If you're hosting a spa party, make a goodie bag out of items your guests have made. For party bakes, add a bag or jar of cookie mix.