Birthdays are not just about balloons and cakes and caps, it’s more than that, if noticed dernly. Decoration is the step “A” of any party, that’s where the feeling of celebrating something begins, right? So, it’s more than appropriate to indulge your kids with decorations to give them a head-start to some decorative life-lessons.
Let them breathe Imagination
Ask them to put their ideas on table and they will peg away in collecting some good decorative tips. Encouragement is the first step evolvement. Give them space to showcase their imaginations. Challenging them to a contest would influence more heed to the situation and there would be a healthy competition to be the best. This would help with their competitive skills and polish them to work under pressure.
Teach them to be Organized
Tell them “what to set where” and they will learn by doing it by their own. This will enhance the power of organizing things in order. These little steps, if they follow them as decoration rituals will stay with them forever. We see kids creating mess and keeping their belongings unorganized. These types of activities will teach them to keep things tidy and organized.
Manners and Etiquettes come along the Bucket
Amidst their journey of decorating for the party, they will stumble upon many do’s and don’ts. This is how they know the difference in what to do and what to avoid. They will learn about so many things differently, like the entire process of decorating home will look different to them if they participate in the process. Who knows, some get inspired about becoming interior designer or sort of. It’s all about letting them do things on their own, to get the moral of the story at the end.
Painters and Artists under Construction
Let them decide the theme, let the colors flow, let the art sink in them, let them take the lead, let them be confident, let them astir their movements. Once you leave them in-charge of the party, you will feel the surge of them being creative and innovative with all that comes handy. They will shake hands with their creative side that early and it would help them at every step they further take in life.
Believe in them, for they believe in You
Give them the responsibility of making invitation cards or inventing some new games for the party. Trust me, kids have more creative minds than we have and they will surely come up with something really interesting. Kids are the cute little curious minds and the helm they are handed over will be taken seriously and appreciatively. They will feel content and they will grow with the most poise minds.
Parties are not just about having fun but to learn something or the other from the tiniest of the activities in the house. Give your kids opportunity to show what they can do best and all of it would help them grow much wiser. “Don’t spoon-feed them but teach them how to be at the helm.”