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Piggly Wiggly is great fun for a large group. One person steps out of the room for two minutes while everyone else gets under blankets and into sleeping bags (preferably not their own). After two minutes are up, the person comes back in and gently ...

First you need to have a load of friends. Sit in a circle on the floor. Then you take a bottle and spin it in a circle. Whoever the nozzle lands on, they have to go into a nearby room or closet with the person who spun the bottle. The spinner must then...

This is a great game in which you must know everyone's name. It is best played at sleepovers at night time, when it is dark. To play, someone is chosen as "it" and the others sit around them in a circle. The "it" closes their eyes and counts to ten...

We played this at my son's 13th birthday in the afternoon! You must explain the game before starting. All guests sit in a circle and closes their eyes (no peeking!). The host taps one person to be the "murderer". Everyone may open their eyes, but n...

This is a simpler version of Murder in the Dark. Just as much fun! Everyone has to draw lots from a bag. There is one murderer and the rest are victims. When the light goes out the murderer has to touch someone who "dies" (scream a lot it makes it m...

This game works well for all ages. Simple rules. Get a compilation CD, iPod, MP3, whatever and play each track. Players shout out the title and artist to get points: - under 5 seconds = 20 points - 5 to 10 seconds = 10 points First to 50 wins.

Play spin the bottle with nail polish. An epic game for sleepovers. Getting loads of interest. Get 10 bottles of nail polish and arrange them in a circle. Get a bottle. You choose someone to go first and they spin. Whatever color the bottle land...

This game is very simple, but always goes down well later in the party. Get a dish and put in some names of popstars on pieces of paper. Ask your guests to take it in turns to pick one out and then to sing a verse of one of their songs. The other g...

Hand delivered mail is quite uncommon, but if the invitees are neighbourhood friends, this is a fun way to invite them – a balloon filled with confetti  and a rolled-up invitation inside. They’ll have to pop the balloon to read the invite – but that’s the fun part!

The list could go on and on! That last part, though — staying up as late as possible — is always a fun part of any slumber party. Staying up past your bedtime is fun, but doing so with your friends is even better.

Sometimes slumber parties start off away from the house. You and your friends might decide to go out to a movie or to go skating first before heading home to stay up as late as possible. And slumber parties don't actually have to be inside the house either. You can have them in a tent in the backyard too!

You'll want to make sure your friends bring some stuff from home with them, so that they feel comfortable at your party. For example, they might want to bring their pajamas, a pillow and maybe even a sleeping bag. They might also have movies, music or games they would like to share.

Just beware that lack of sleep can make children grumpy the next morning. Here are a few tips you can use to make sure that everyone — including Mom and Dad — have a great experience at your next slumber party:

Be sure to include the date, the time you want them to show up, what time they'll go home the next day and what they need to bring. You should also probably ask them have their parents call your parents to make sure it's OK to sleep over.

When your guest list and invitations are completed, it's time to think about fun activities you can do at your party. Do you want to have a theme slumber party? For example, you could have a scary movie marathon, have a staycation with friends, or plan a scavenger hunt !

Your slumber party can be as fun as your imagination (and your parents!) will allow. Fun activities can include listening to music, watching movies, painting your fingernails and toenails, doing your hair and fixing delicious snacks in the kitchen.

WOW Timothy, we bet you are quite tired after staying up so late! We're glad you find time to sleep at a sleepover, it's no fun to be tired all day long! Do you have any favorite games you and your friends like to play at slumber parties? :)

A word that conjures hours of games, giggles and late-night movies to children, but mostly worrisome questions for parents. Is my child old enough? Is a sleepover safe? Will anyone sleep? If I host, what do I need to know first? Thankfully, Circle of Moms members who are old hands at sleepovers have shared plenty of tips for first-timers.

What's the right age to start sleepovers? “ It depends on their maturity ," says Barbara S. "My daughter has been sleeping over since she was 6 but my boys ages 5 and 6 are not ready to sleep over at their friend’s houses yet.” While many Circle of Moms members started letting their children attend sleepovers at around the ages of 6 to 8, several moms shared that their children started sleeping over at the houses of close family friends as young as age 4.

It seems like a given, but it's worth saying: Make sure you know and trust the parents hosting the sleepover. As Tish T. shares: “At 10, we still don't sleepover somewhere unless I know everyone and have all the info on what is going to go on....a little protective, maybe. I would rather err on the side of caution .” Allie M. expresses a similar view: "You have to step back for a moment and look at where your child wants to sleep, do you trust this family, do they do things that you mirror yourself...would you worry about what is being talked about? How do the parents treat their children?"

If you're the parent hosting, be prepared to tell other parents the full plan for the evening. Circle of Moms members also advise getting parents' mobile numbers in case of emergencies and checking whether any of the guests are sleepover newbies. As Meredith T. advises: “ Find out if the other ones have had sleepovers or not …my 10 year-old had a sleepover party and we had to deliver a 10 year-old child home because she wanted her own bed.”

While some parents believe coed sleepovers are fine for very young children, most argue that both boys and girls just shouldn't be sleeping over together. As Tracy H. shared: "Co-ed sleep overs are inappropriate...even at young ages." For a little girl's birthday, she suggests inviting "all friends for the party, then have the boys leave at night ."

When you're hosting your first sleepover, keep it small. “I would underestimate how many you can handle ,” cautions Jen G. “Six little girls doesn't sound so bad in broad daylight, but when they are wide awake at midnight that's a LOT.”

Carol C. agrees: “All I can say is, think small ! Three friends would be the max I would consider for sleeping over. One is easy, two is tough because they can easily exclude the third person. Three is probably good to feel like a party.”

Wondering how much you should be around to help lead games and crafts? Many Circle of Moms members suggest letting your child's wishes guide you. As Sharron S. explained: "Give them enough space to where they feel they are in control, with your daughter being the ‘leader’ so to speak. You should ask her if she wants you to be involved or if she wants to take charge herself.” Donna H. concurs: “Your daughter probably has some expectation of what she wants."

There’s still time- CANCEL THIS PARTY RIGHT NOW if your child is under the age of 10 years old. I’ll be quite honest—the first half of my eight-year-old’s sleepover party was delightful, harmonious, and memorable. Sure, have the kids bring their jammies, sleeping bags, pillows, and stuffed animals. Let them eat popcorn and watch movies on the floor. But get their asses out of there before bedtime. It’s not worth it. Do not under any circumstances allow the children to “slumber” at your home.

You might think I’m awfully un-fun and anti-sleepover. Not at all! I think a one-on-one sleepover is great fun for third graders. But a party? Hell no. Save that shit for middle school, when pretty much everything sucks anyway, and spare yourself the drama and hassle.

**So what do  you  think? Am I being too negative about sleepover parties for third graders? Am I a giant, whiney wuss? When do you think kids should have sleepovers with more than one friend ? And do you have a sleepover horror story?

All I can think of is how my mom let me have them all the time. She was a saint. Their is no way I ever want to do this! At least I only have one girl and I don’t think boys really do sleepovers – do they???
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For all that is holy: I have just read this Blog twice and have laughed so hard that tears are running down my face. Here are my favorite phrases from the Blog:
“Cancel right now. You don’t need to read further.”
*Send their ass home ASAP
*They’ll be dropping like flies”
*What the everlasting F*ck have we done?

Now what is interesting is that I actually witnessed the entire party – from euphoric beginning to abysmal end. I came upstairs from my “haven” at 11 PM to find my granddaughter sitting on my daughter’s lap sobbing because everyone was “dropping like flies.” I went back to my room, texted my son for comfort, and did not fall asleep for almost two hours after, as I was so upset about my granddaughter’s sadness. So, why do I laugh, you ask? Time heals bad memories…………………

Having three girls, I’ve done the sleepover thing many times. My advice: Don’t fool yourself into thinking anyone is going to actually sleep – including you! Have some wine, yes, but also stock up on your favorite coffee for the next day!

Another idea – My hubby travels a lot for work and, therefore, accrues a lot of hotel/airline points. My December baby wanted a pool party last year, but, of course couldn’t have one outdoors in December. (Her 2 sisters are summer babies and she find this exceptionally unfair.) So, using my hubs’ points, we booked a hotel party sleepover. 2 adjoining rooms – 1 for me & 1 for them. It was great! Still no sleep, but also no clean up for me!!!!! We jumped in the pool, had pizza delivered, watched movies, etc. She wants to do it again this year!
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Your sleepover hosts will organise challenges and team games and you also have the option of playing laser at no extra cost so why not get your friends together and organise the greatest fun filled activity night. Suitable for all age groups.

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Sleepover birthday parties are the perfect place to have fun with your friends, do a bunch of fun activities, and to eat your favorite treats. You just have to make a few plans in advance to make sure your party goes off without a hitch. Once you invite all of the guests, decide what food to get and what games to play or what movies to watch, all you'll need to do is to wait for the guests to arrive.

I would start the party Friday around 5 pm... or however soon the parent can drop off after work / school . I'd feed the kids dinner and do the cake that evening. Keep it light if you're doing campfire stuff later on (ie. S'mores)
The next morning, pancakes or waffles (with various options for toppings)... in jammies... have them get dressed and picked up by 10. Even if the families do have things to do the next day, it will give them plenty of time to do so.
Have fun!

Plan to be flexible. Once she opens her presents, you may discover she has a new game or craft kit they want to do together. Have one or 2 fall back activities that you don't care if you get a chance to do or not, like a board game that a big group can play. If your daughter is into make up and hair , you can let them do that for a while-- my daughter and her friends aren't, but she has come home from sleep overs covered in marker because the girls decorated eachother with markers! They actually have body art markers if you can find them-- I suppose they are just non-toxic and wash off easily?

Set up their sleeping bags/blankets/pillows all over the living room so they can claim their spots, then let them play a bit longer. When you are ready for the party to wind down, that's when you pop in a movie. Don't expect them all to be happy about the same movie, or want to sit quietly and watch it. You never know.

Make clear rules about not messing with kids who fall asleep first. I know that was a fun part of the sleepovers when we were growing up, but it just seems so cruel and I have heard of friendships that have been strained over feeling like they were singled out and picked on (drawing on girls who are asleep, sticking their hand in water to try and see if they'll pee, splashing water on them so it looks like they peed, etc.)

The next morning, have an easy breakfast like milk and juice and donuts (unless you LOVE to cook for a large group, in which case pancakes is always a hit). I'd end the party at 10 or 11. We usually let one or 2 very close friends spend the day, but it depends on the group dynamic if you can get away with doing that without hurt feelings.

My son and daughter are only one year apart in grades, so all of their friends know eachother. This past summer, my daughter was turning 10 and wanted a boys-against-the-girls mall scavenger hunt party, so I actually had a boy/girl sleep over with 5 girls and 4 boys. I made them all sleep in the living room and I slept on the couch! It was a blast.

PS I love all the other responses!!! I forgot about the cake...but they have great ideas! My kids have opted for a giant cookie for their cake for the last couple years..chocolate chip is the preferred cookie with a bit of icing around the edge and some writing . You will have a hard time choosing from all the great ideas!

When I was a kid I had alot of these parties, and I think 5 or 6 pm is a good "show time". We always did the party that night. We also did make your own pizza and ice cream sundaes as food /activities. Simply prepare pizza crusts in aluminum pie pans and let the girls top with sauce, cheese, pepperoni, sausage, veggies, etc. and bake. Then for dessert later set up a ice cream sundae bar and let them go wild with the toppings!! These activities, and gifts and cake and movie should get you through the night okay...Then I would set pickup time before noon (depending on you plans for that day) and plan on a fun breakfast, pancakes or doughnuts or something pretty easy. Also, as far as Oct. 30 I don't think it would be a problem! Hope all goes well!!

A 35-year-old Georgia mother has lost custody of her five children after being arrested for allegedly hosting a party for her teenage daughter and partaking of booze, pot, sex, a hot tub and naked Twister.

Rachel Lehnardt was charged with two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor for the party at her home in Evans, an Augusta suburb. She was arrested Monday after her new Alcoholics Anonymous sponsor alerted the Columbia County Sheriff's Office on Saturday following a meeting with Lehnardt, according to the investigation report .

The sponsor said Lehnardt, who is divorcing her husband, an Iraq war veteran, told her she had lost custody of the children — ages 4, 6, 8, 10 and 16 — at an emergency hearing April 6 after he learned about the recent party. The sheriff's report did not indicate when it occurred.

The teens drank alcohol and smoked marijuana, Lehnardt said she joined them playing naked Twister, her sponsor told investigators. She then had sex in the bathroom with an 18-year-old boy, the report said.

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To sleep over or not to sleep over — that is the question. Unfortunately there is no “right answer” and opinions on the subject are varied and subjective. This leaves many parents feeling conflicted and anxious about their decision.

When my third-grade daughter received her very first invitation to a sleepover birthday party, I had no idea what to do. My long-held rule was no sleepovers until age 12. Yet I found myself wavering, debating whether to say yes since so many of her good friends were spending the night. I have since learned that many mothers allow their children to attend sleepovers, sometimes as young as age five. However, there are equally as many mothers who stand firm with their “no sleepovers” rule. Searching the internet yields no clear answers on the “best” or “most appropriate” time to say yes to a sleepover — only a wide array of strong opinions.

Parents who have misgivings about sleepover parties cite many concerns. Some fears center around the possibility of poor supervision, molestation by an older male in the home, handguns in the house and potential bullying. Other concerns are less dramatic — but probably more realistic — such as sleep deprivation or concern that your child might get homesick and upset at 2:00 a.m.

Know your child: What might be an easy night for some children might not be for others. Children who have occasional anxiety, are dependent upon routine, get shy or homesick easily or have difficulty with bedtime at home may have more challenges with spending the night away.

Knowing the hosts: One of the most critical deciding factors for many parents is how well they know the hosting family. The level of friendship between the two families involved seems to increase confidence and comfort level with the type of discipline, supervision and attentiveness that will be given to your child.

Personal values: Another factor is our own personality and parenting lens. Our sense of fear and anxiety, how we were raised, our value system and our philosophies on child-rearing all shape our parenting decisions. When it comes to sleeping over, we should neither apologize for our own decisions nor judge another person for theirs.

Some may ask, why sleep over at all? Bonds of friendship can often be strengthened during sleepover parties. Allowing your child to experience a new situation and a change in routine helps to promote flexibility and confidence. In addition, sleepovers can offer your child opportunities to enhance their social skills and gain independence which enhances self-esteem.

 

 

 

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